Playing With: Throw It In

Basic Trope: An actor improvises/screws up a line or scene, which eventually goes into the final product.
  • Straight: In a scene of Legend of the Ancient Trope, Daniel is supposed to tell Lord Evulz he is a dangerous fighter, then draw his sword. However, Daniel's actor draws the sword too quickly, and ends up flinging it offscreen. The director decides to keep it in, pretending it's a comedy scene.
  • Exaggerated: The entire movie is improvised by the actors.
  • Downplayed: Daniel is told to shout at Lord Evulz, "You damn monster!" However, the actor gets so in-character that he replaces "damn" with a harsher curse word. The director ends up using that take, deciding that the line is stronger the way he said it than in the original script.
  • Justified:
  • Inverted:
    • In a movie that is entirely improvised, Daniel's actor speaks a pre-written line that gets into the final cut.
    • The director suddenly tells the actors not to use a particular line from the script.
    • Before handing Daniel's actor the sword, the prop department put a lubricant on the sword, following instructions from the director, ensuring that he'll lose the sword even though it's not in his version of the script.
  • Subverted: The director says he'll keep it in, but a while later decides against it and orders a proper take of the scene.
  • Double Subverted: But he goes and puts the flub in anyway.
  • Parodied: ???
  • Zig Zagged: (continued from "Double Subverted") ...and then removes it when test audiences react negatively... But only from the theatrical release, because he puts it back in the Director's Cut version.
  • Averted: Daniel's actor thought of an idea to make the scene better, but refrains.
  • Enforced: Daniel's actor is told to improvise whatever feels right.
  • Lampshaded: "Wow, didn't expect that..."
  • Invoked: The story shows an actor improvising dialogue/behavior not originally in the script.
  • Exploited: Enforced Method Acting and Improv.
  • Defied: The director orders the scene to be shot properly.
  • Discussed: ???
  • Conversed: ???

"Hey, that wasn't in the script! ...Ah well, Throw It In."