History Trivia / JerseyGirl

23rd Jun '16 12:27:49 PM NWolfman
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** One cut of the scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so LostInCharacter that [[EnforcedMethodActing the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [{{Narm}} test audiences started laughing]].

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** One cut of the scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so LostInCharacter that [[EnforcedMethodActing the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [{{Narm}} [[{{Narm}} test audiences started laughing]].
23rd Jun '16 12:27:36 PM NWolfman
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** The scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth originally ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so lost in character that [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [[RealityIsUnrealistic test audiences started laughing]].

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** The One cut of the scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth originally ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so lost in character LostInCharacter that [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody [[EnforcedMethodActing the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [[RealityIsUnrealistic [{{Narm}} test audiences started laughing]].
1st May '16 3:20:38 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* UnderminedByReality: A bit of an unusual case. Originally the plan was to advertise the movie as being all about the relationship between Affleck and Lopez's characters, making Lopez's [[spoiler:death]] early on a huge shock. But by the time it was released ''Film/{{Gigli}}'' and the general public being utterly sick of them as a couple had killed this plan's viability, so the twist was put right in the trailers, leaving the film with little real identity of its own.
8th Jul '15 7:05:00 PM NWolfman
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** While Bart had aways been written with Creator/GeorgeCarlin in mind, Carlin had originally asked Smith to write him his dream role: a clergyman who strangles six children. When Smith sent Carlin the script, Carlin called him the next day asking [[CrossesTheLineTwice why his character doesn't strangle the little girl]].

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** While Bart had aways been written with Creator/GeorgeCarlin in mind, Carlin had originally asked Smith to write him his dream role: a clergyman who strangles six children. When Smith sent Carlin the script, Carlin Carlin, true to form, called him the next day asking [[CrossesTheLineTwice why his character doesn't strangle the little girl]].
1st Apr '15 6:52:56 PM NWolfman
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** The scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth originally ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so lost in character that [[TheMindPlayingWithTheBody the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [[RealityIsUnrealistic test audiences started laughing]].

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** The scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth originally ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so lost in character that [[TheMindPlayingWithTheBody [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [[RealityIsUnrealistic test audiences started laughing]].
1st Apr '15 6:52:18 PM NWolfman
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** The scene where Ollie finds out that Gertrude died in childbirth originally ended with him vomiting on the floor because Ben Affleck was so lost in character that [[TheMindPlayingWithTheBody the heavy emotion of the scene began to make him physically ill]]. It was rejected when [[RealityIsUnrealistic test audiences started laughing]].
12th Feb '15 10:01:25 PM Willbyr
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* TitledAfterTheSong: the Music/BruceSpringsteen cover of Music/TomWaits' original from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'' plays over the end credits.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Jason Mewes was going to play Ollie's assistant, but was in rehab after he and Kevin Smith had a serious falling out.
** While Bart had aways been written with GeorgeCarlin in mind, Carlin had originally asked Smith to write him his dream role: a clergyman who strangles six children. When Smith sent Carlin the script, Carlin called him the next day asking [[CrossesTheLineTwice why his character doesn't strangle the little girl]].

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* TitledAfterTheSong: the The Music/BruceSpringsteen cover of Music/TomWaits' original from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'' plays over the end credits.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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Jason Mewes was going to play Ollie's assistant, but was in rehab after he and Kevin Smith had a serious falling out.
** While Bart had aways been written with GeorgeCarlin Creator/GeorgeCarlin in mind, Carlin had originally asked Smith to write him his dream role: a clergyman who strangles six children. When Smith sent Carlin the script, Carlin called him the next day asking [[CrossesTheLineTwice why his character doesn't strangle the little girl]].girl]].

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19th Jan '15 8:59:53 PM NWolfman
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Jason Mewes was going to play Ollie's assistant, but was in rehab after he and Kevin Smith had a serious falling out.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Jason Mewes was going to play Ollie's assistant, but was in rehab after he and Kevin Smith had a serious falling out.out.
** While Bart had aways been written with GeorgeCarlin in mind, Carlin had originally asked Smith to write him his dream role: a clergyman who strangles six children. When Smith sent Carlin the script, Carlin called him the next day asking [[CrossesTheLineTwice why his character doesn't strangle the little girl]].
19th Jan '15 8:57:59 PM NWolfman
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* TitledAfterTheSong: the Music/BruceSpringsteen cover of Music/TomWaits' original from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'' plays over the end credits.

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* TitledAfterTheSong: the Music/BruceSpringsteen cover of Music/TomWaits' original from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'' plays over the end credits.credits.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Jason Mewes was going to play Ollie's assistant, but was in rehab after he and Kevin Smith had a serious falling out.
11th Dec '14 6:48:07 AM Patachou
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* TitledAfterTheSong: the BruceSpringsteen cover of TomWaits' original plays over the end credits.

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* TitledAfterTheSong: the BruceSpringsteen Music/BruceSpringsteen cover of TomWaits' Music/TomWaits' original from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'' plays over the end credits.
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