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* HideYourPregnancy: Near the end of shooting, the director realized that Joyce was nowhere to be seen during the whole last section of part two. Aside from this being a big PlotHole, it also would have made her change [[spoiler:from only slightly unhinged and obsessed to outright LaughingMad and AxCrazy]] much more jarring. But when they wanted to film some new segments to be inserted during the arrival of Professor Miller and Mrs. Waterman, as well as [[spoiler:Vic]]'s death, Nancy Travis was pregnant. Cue body double, a big sweater, and mostly face shots.
* RomanceOnTheSet: Melanie Lynskey (Rachel) and Jimmi Simpson (Bollinger) began dating while working on the mini-series. They married five years later, but filed for divorce five years after that.

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* HideYourPregnancy: Near the end of shooting, the director realized that Joyce was nowhere to be seen during the whole last section of part two. Aside from this being a big PlotHole, it also would have made her change [[spoiler:from only slightly unhinged and obsessed to outright LaughingMad and AxCrazy]] much more jarring. But when they wanted to film some new segments to be inserted during the arrival of Professor Miller and Mrs. Waterman, as well as [[spoiler:Vic]]'s death, Nancy Travis Creator/NancyTravis was pregnant. Cue body double, a big sweater, and mostly face shots.
* RomanceOnTheSet: Melanie Lynskey Creator/MelanieLynskey (Rachel) and Jimmi Simpson Creator/JimmiSimpson (Bollinger) began dating while working on the mini-series. They married five years later, but filed for divorce five years after that.


** On a related note, David Dukes's [[AuthorExistenceFailure untimely death]] and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage, or even pull her into the mirror (instead of Emery and his mother) or keep her from leaving the house until it was too late.

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** On a related note, David Dukes's [[AuthorExistenceFailure [[ActorExistenceFailure untimely death]] and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage, or even pull her into the mirror (instead of Emery and his mother) or keep her from leaving the house until it was too late.


** On a related note, David Dukes's [[AuthorExistenceFailure untimely death]] and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.

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** On a related note, David Dukes's [[AuthorExistenceFailure untimely death]] and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.SanitySlippage, or even pull her into the mirror (instead of Emery and his mother) or keep her from leaving the house until it was too late.


** On a related note, David Dukes's untimely death and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.
** This was originally intended to be an adaptation of ''The Haunting of Hill House'' with Creator/StevenSpielberg set to direct. However, King left due to creative differences and wrote this script instead.

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** On a related note, David Dukes's [[AuthorExistenceFailure untimely death death]] and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.
** This was originally intended to be an adaptation of ''The Haunting of Hill House'' with Creator/StevenSpielberg set to direct. However, King left due to creative differences and wrote this script instead.
** Originally, King wanted the Barbra Streisand version of "Somewhere (There's a Place for Us)" from ''Theatre/WestSideStory'' to be the musical theme for the miniseries. But when Streisand wanted an exorbitant sum of money to even speak to the producers, let alone allow her song to be used, they decided to go with the ''Theme from "A Summer Place"''
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* RomanceOnTheSet: Melanie Lynskey (Rachel) and Jimmi Simpson (Bollinger) began dating while working on the mini-series. They married five years later, but filed for divorce five years after that.


** On a related note, David Dukes' untimely death and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.

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** On a related note, David Dukes' Dukes's untimely death and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.

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* HideYourPregnancy: Near the end of shooting, the director realized that Joyce was nowhere to be seen during the whole last section of part two. Aside from this being a big PlotHole, it also would have made her change [[spoiler:from only slightly unhinged and obsessed to outright LaughingMad and AxCrazy]] much more jarring. But when they wanted to film some new segments to be inserted during the arrival of Professor Miller and Mrs. Waterman, as well as [[spoiler:Vic]]'s death, Nancy Travis was pregnant. Cue body double, a big sweater, and mostly face shots.


** The "Making Of" featurette, when showing behind-the-scenes footage of the various undead "ghost" puppets, not only includes a scene of April attempting to stab someone with a knife, but reveals there had been a "zombie-face" version of Joyce created. This implies that, contrary to the filmed ending, Joyce had been intended to be absorbed by the house and then used to terrorize someone else. Steve? Annie? Professor Miller?

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** The "Making Of" featurette, when showing behind-the-scenes footage of the various undead "ghost" puppets, not only includes a scene of April attempting to stab someone with a knife, but reveals there had been a "zombie-face" version of Joyce created. This implies that, contrary to the filmed ending, Joyce had been originally intended to be absorbed by the house and then used to terrorize someone else. Steve? Annie? Professor Miller?


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally the scene with Sukeena leading Professor Miller off into the overgrown grounds was supposed to culminate with her exploding into a flock of CreepyCrows, which would then have either consumed Miller or carried him off. Considering some of the other [[SpecialEffectsFailure Special Effects Failures]] in the film, it may be just as well this didn't happen, but if it ''had'' been done right, it would have been quite creepy and disturbing, certainly more so than the random BigLippedAlligatorMoment of the windstorm blowing around the tree which was used instead. Unfortunately, perhaps, this wasn't possible to film properly (see RealLifeWritesThePlot).

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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Originally the scene with Sukeena leading Professor Miller off into the overgrown grounds was supposed to culminate with her exploding into a flock of CreepyCrows, which would then have either consumed Miller or carried him off. Considering some of the other [[SpecialEffectsFailure Special Effects Failures]] in the film, it may be just as well this didn't happen, but if it ''had'' been done right, it would have been quite creepy and disturbing, certainly more so than the random BigLippedAlligatorMoment of the windstorm blowing around the tree which was used instead. Unfortunately, perhaps, this wasn't possible to film properly (see RealLifeWritesThePlot).RealLifeWritesThePlot).
** The "Making Of" featurette, when showing behind-the-scenes footage of the various undead "ghost" puppets, not only includes a scene of April attempting to stab someone with a knife, but reveals there had been a "zombie-face" version of Joyce created. This implies that, contrary to the filmed ending, Joyce had been intended to be absorbed by the house and then used to terrorize someone else. Steve? Annie? Professor Miller?
** On a related note, David Dukes' untimely death and the expansion of the role of Mrs. Waterman to replace him suggests that perhaps the original intention had been for it to be Miller that Sukeena's ghost would drag into the wine cellar (fitting, considering she was the one who lured him out onto the grounds). What would have occurred after this can only be speculated, but it's entirely possible he might have been intended to haunt Joyce and perhaps provide further justification for her SanitySlippage.


* HeyItsThatGuy:
** [[Film/HeavenlyCreatures Pauline Parker]] (or [[Film/EverAfter Jacqueline de Ghent]], or [[Series/TwoAndAHalfMen Rose]]) is Rachel.
** [[Series/BigLove Alby Grant]] (or [[Literature/AmericanPsycho Luis Carruthers]], or [[Series/AmericanHorrorStory Dr. Charles Montgomery]]) is Emery.
** [[Film/{{Warlock}} The Warlock]] is Nick.
** [[Series/{{Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]] is Pam.
** [[Series/DesigningWomen B.J. Poteet]] is Cathy.
** [[Franchise/{{Emergency}} Roy DeSoto]] is Victor "Vic" Kandinsky.
** And finally, [[Film/{{Halloweentown}} Marnie]] is Annie.


** [[DesigningWomen B.J. Poteet]] is Cathy.

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** [[DesigningWomen [[Series/DesigningWomen B.J. Poteet]] is Cathy.


** [[BigLove Alby Grant]] (or [[AmericanPsycho Luis Carruthers]], or [[AmericanHorrorStory Dr. Charles Montgomery]]) is Emery.

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** [[BigLove [[Series/BigLove Alby Grant]] (or [[AmericanPsycho [[Literature/AmericanPsycho Luis Carruthers]], or [[AmericanHorrorStory [[Series/AmericanHorrorStory Dr. Charles Montgomery]]) is Emery.


** [[Film/HeavenlyCreatures Pauline Parker]] (or [[Film/EverAfter Jacqueline de Ghent]], or [[TwoAndAHalfMen Rose]]) is Rachel.

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** [[Film/HeavenlyCreatures Pauline Parker]] (or [[Film/EverAfter Jacqueline de Ghent]], or [[TwoAndAHalfMen [[Series/TwoAndAHalfMen Rose]]) is Rachel.



** [[{{Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]] is Pam.

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** [[{{Bones}} [[Series/{{Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]] is Pam.

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* HeyItsThatGuy:
** [[Film/HeavenlyCreatures Pauline Parker]] (or [[Film/EverAfter Jacqueline de Ghent]], or [[TwoAndAHalfMen Rose]]) is Rachel.
** [[BigLove Alby Grant]] (or [[AmericanPsycho Luis Carruthers]], or [[AmericanHorrorStory Dr. Charles Montgomery]]) is Emery.
** [[Film/{{Warlock}} The Warlock]] is Nick.
** [[{{Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]] is Pam.
** [[DesigningWomen B.J. Poteet]] is Cathy.
** [[Franchise/{{Emergency}} Roy DeSoto]] is Victor "Vic" Kandinsky.
** And finally, [[Film/{{Halloweentown}} Marnie]] is Annie.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally the scene with Sukeena leading Professor Miller off into the overgrown grounds was supposed to culminate with her exploding into a flock of CreepyCrows, which would then have either consumed Miller or carried him off. Considering some of the other [[SpecialEffectsFailure Special Effects Failures]] in the film, it may be just as well this didn't happen, but if it ''had'' been done right, it would have been quite creepy and disturbing, certainly more so than the random BigLippedAlligatorMoment of the windstorm blowing around the tree which was used instead. Unfortunately, perhaps, this wasn't possible to film properly (see RealLifeWritesThePlot).
** This was originally intended to be an adaptation of ''The Haunting of Hill House'' with Creator/StevenSpielberg set to direct. However, King left due to creative differences and wrote this script instead.

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