15 Movie Bloopers That Were So Good That Directors Released in the Film

You will be surprised to know that the most scenes of your favorite movies were initially not part of the script, but shot so perfectly that they made the final cut.

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15 Movie Bloopers That Were So Good That Directors Released in the Film

You know how difficult it is to make a movie. The team has to arrange the setup, do the makeup of the actors, create the background, and more. While some movies are released in less than a month, others take years to complete. During the shoot, even the talented actors forget their dialogues, or an animal ran into the shot, but the team pretends as nothing happened. The next moment they do better and make the final cut.

Tell us, which part of the film entertains you the most? Well, I like the bloopers. They not only show how the scene is shot but also how much fun the team had while shooting. While most bloopers are not added to the final shot, sometimes it happens that they make the right cut.

If you are a movie lover, you will have fun reading how these movie scenes turned into a final cut while shooting bloopers. Take a look at several movie bloopers that were so good that they made it into the final cut.

1. The Godfather (1972)

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Have you watched this iconic movie? Do you remember the scene where Vito Corleone gives order while stroking a cat? You will be surprised to know that it was completely accidental.

During the shoot, the cat jumped on the set and sat into Marlon Brando’s lap. The director didn’t say cut, and this is how the scene turned into the final cut and iconic scene.

I think the cat wanted to be the part of the movie, but the director didn’t allow it to enter onto the sets, so it jumped on his lap.

2. The Dark Knight (2008)

Directed, co-produced and co-written by Christopher Nolan, the film The Dark Knight is based on the DC Comics character Batman. It is the second installment of Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy and a sequel to Batman Begins. It is speculated that the Joker’s explosions didn’t go off as the team planned and the Joker improvised the scene.

The actor Heath Ledger pressing the trigger button multiple times was not in the script but made into the final cut because it was looking perfect for the scene. Have you ever thought what a movie would be like if there would not be any supporting actor?

I sometimes wonder how the director plans, that this scene would look perfect at this location, and how the background would look like.

3. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is an epic fantasy adventure film directed by Peter Jackson and is based on the second volume of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. The film is the second installment in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and garnered a great response from the audience.

Do you remember the scene where Eowyn stares from a distance and a flag rips of the pole? Do you know the ripping off flag was not in the script? The flag flew away accidentally, but it looked so perfect with the scene that it was kept for the release.

The film was an enormous box-office success and collected over US$926 million worldwide. Also, it won several accolades and was also nominated for best picture and best sound editing. If you haven’t this film, you are missing one of the most loved installments. Download it right now!

4. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

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According to the directors’ script, the scene between the Indiana Jones and the warrior was to be an intense face-off. Unfortunately, during the shoot, the actor Harrison Ford was suffering from food poisoning and was not able to perform.

The director changed the script, and instead of dueling, Indiana pulls out the revolver to shoot the villain. Surprisingly, the scene became the most loved and iconic moments in the movie industry.

The film is a 1981 American action-adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg. It was produced by Frank Marshall and is one of the highest-grossing films adjusted for inflation.

5. Thor: The Dark World (2013)

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In the movie, the scene where Thor hangs his hammer on a coat rack was not in the script. But he hangs it so good that everyone thought it was in the shot.

The truth is the actor Chris Hemsworth was not intentionally putting the hammer, he was trying to be funny, but his shot was so good that the director put it into the final cut.

The film directed by Alan Taylor released on 22nd October 2013 and garnered an amazing response at the box office. Thor: The Dark World is the sequel to 2011’s Thor and the eighth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many critics praised the film for its stunning visual effects and performances but criticized its villain and story. Check out more amazing insanely powerful weapons used by superheroes.

6. Avengers

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Is there anyone who is not an Avengers fan? Do you know the actor Robert Downey Jr has a habit of eating snacks on the sets? The director didn’t want to stop this habit and made a snacking habit as a part of his character. This is so funny. So, all the scenes of iron man-eating are not part of the script.

Do you know Britney Spears also has a weird habit of biting nails? Here are more celebs that have weird habits just like us.

7. Django Unchained (2012)

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Be it “Titanic” or “The Wolf of Wall Street” Leonardo DiCaprio in every movie proves that he is a talented actor.

Do you remember a scene from the movie Django Unchained where Leonardo hurt his arm with a shard of glass and bleeding started from his wound? You will be shocked after knowing that this scene wasn’t scripted and the blood was real. He was so involved in the character that even after having pain, he didn’t cut the shot. His acting was so real that the director released the scene in the final.

The film was directed by Quentin Tarantino and collected 42.54 crores USD at the box office.

8. Titanic (1997)

To love and be loved by someone close to your heart is an amazing feeling that can't be described in words. The love stories have been fascinating the people for the ages. The list of romantic movies couldn’t be complete without mentioning James Cameron directorial Titanic.

In this iconic movie, the famous line “I am the king of the world” was not scripted. After trying several lines for the scene, the director realized that nothing is working, and told the actor to say only one line- 

“I am the king of the world.”

Surprisingly, this scene became the most memorable and iconic part of the movie.

Here are the most romantic movies other than Titanic, which you must watch with your partner.

9. The Usual Suspects (1995)

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What would be your reaction when you hear a fart during a serious scene? I don’t know about you, but I can’t stop laughing.

The same happened when the actors were filming a scene for the movie The Usual Suspects. The line-up scene where you see characters laughing was not to be a funny scene but was a serious one. But during the shoot, one of the actors' farts and they couldn’t stop laughing. And this is how this scene was made it into the final cut. Here are some movies with interesting plots that you might haven’t watched.

10. Dirty Dancing (1987)

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A romantic drama dance film written by Eleanor Bergstein was released on 17th August 1987. The film garnered an amazing response from the audience and collected $24million worldwide.

The scene in the film where Baby and Johnny are crawling towards each other on the floor was not part of the movie. They were warming up for the real scene, but the director loved it and kept it for the final release.

11. Scent of a Woman

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Sometimes the actors take their characters for a movie so seriously that they start living it in real life. While playing as a blind for the movie Scent of a Woman, Al Pacino trained himself to not focus on anything for a long time.

The scene where he stumbles over a dustbin and falls on the road was not scripted. It was an accident but was kept in the final cut.

12. Fast and Furious 6 (2013)

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If you have watched the 6th installment of the Fast and Furious, you know which is the funniest scene in the movie. But do you know that funny scene was not part of the script and a random reply by the actor?

The scene was when Roman said- “Hey Mia, You better hide your baby oil," and Hobbs replied with "You better hide that big ass forehead"? The latter one was not in the script but became the most iconic scene of the movie.

13. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

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The scene where Mrs. Doubtfire covers her face with icing didn’t go as planned. Due to heat from set lights, the ice began to melt. 

At the moment the icing dropped into Mrs. Sellner’s tea, he (Robbie Williams) decided to say-

“There you go, you’ve got your cream and your sugar now.”

This line was not scripted.

14. Rocky (1976)

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Directed by John G. Avildsen, the film Rocky was released on 21 November 1976. It was a small budget film, so the people you see on the streets in the movie are not extras. They are the people living in the town who had no idea they would be coming in the movie.

So the scene where Rocky runs in the market and a man throws an orange on him was not part of the film.

15. Casino Royale

You know this amazing scene where the actor Daniel Craig walked out of the water in the shorts and how he looked at that beautiful girl. Do you know that was not scripted?

He said -

“It accidentally happened. Where we filmed, off the Bahamas, it's just one of those places where there is a sand shelf and the sand shelf happens to be three feet deep. Because the idea was, I was supposed to swim in and sort of float off, but I swim in and stand up. And it was just one of those things."

Here are some amazing scenes from Casino Royale and other movies that you won’t believe haven't gone through CGI.

Final Words

There are so many things to do to create a movie. It takes many cuts to capture a final shot. The actor rehearses for long to give a scene, but yet, things don’t always go as planned. Blunders happen, dialogues are forgotten, and this is how bloopers are created.

Do you know any movie scene that was a blooper but made it into the final cut? Drop your comments below.

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