A lot of bad edits, behind-the-scenes antics, and other questionable decisions turned DC’s Suicide Squad from a cool antihero saga into a weird, confusing mess. Jared Leto’s Joker took the biggest hit—making the much-hyped “method” character a glorified cameo. Now, director David Ayer is shining another light on the…
I’m of the belief that Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes is one of the best films of the year. It’s the kind of film you have to really nitpick to find flaws in, but one tiny thing that comes to mind was, in fact, covered in a deleted scene.
If you didn’t get enough of Matt Damon’s Mark Watney sciencing the shit out of his accidental home in the feature cut of The Martian (and to be honest, we could always watch more), here’s an entry from Watney’s video diary that didn’t make it into the film.
We found out a while back that, in an earlier version of Big Hero 6, the Hamada brothers put rocket boots on their cat, Mochi, transforming him into ROCKET CAT. Now, thanks to a deleted scene from the film, we can finally see Rocket Cat in action.
John C. Reilly had a small but significant role in Guardians of the Galaxy as Nova Corpsman Rhomann Dey. This goofy deleted scene reveals that we could have seen more of Dey and his not very cooperative uniform.
Maria Hill just doesn't get enough time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and considering the role she played in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we weren't surprised to find out that some of her screen time ended up on the cutting room floor. Here's an exclusive deleted scene that shows the storm brewing within…
While Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is packed with cartoon characters from various studios, a handful of Toons didn't make the cut. Popeye, Bluto, and others appear only in this storyboarded funeral scene.
We've seen a fan animatic of "Life's Too Short," a duet that was ultimately cut from Frozen, but what was Disney's actual vision for the scene? This storyboard sequence gives us a clue.
Haha, this is super silly but if you enjoyed the roller coaster ride that was Gravity and wished you were a superhero once before in your life, you should enjoy this fun mash-up video that creates a fake "deleted scene" that changes the entire movie.
If you're going through True Detective withdrawal, then this might help ease your TV pain. Rust Cohle's love life takes center stage in a clip that didn't make it to air. Spoilers below.
Finnick and Katniss share a moment of macabre humor over knot-tying practice in this deleted scene from Catching Fire. And despite herself, Katniss seems charmed by Finnick's grim joke.
We've got an exclusive deleted scene, straight from the funeral of an original Team Venture member. Watch everything you didn't see from the 5th season burial of Dr. Entmann.
The 2000 X-Men movie may have joked about putting Logan in yellow spandex, but The Wolverine nearly went one step better, showing off the yellow and black Wolverine outfit in a deleted scene.
This is one of the most satisfying things I've seen in a long time: watch Jar-Jar Binks—the biggest assclown in the galaxy far far away—getting killed in a deleted Star Wars scene that has been perfectly edited by fans.* Again. And again. So satisfying.
The Dwarves get a bit sick of all that pretty Elven harp music in this scene from the extended edition of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. So they decide to liven things up with a song of their own.
It's amazing to think that anything from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ended up on the cutting room floor, but this exposition-heavy scene between Gandalf and Elrond—and overheard by Bilbo and Thorin—didn't quite make it into the first film intact.
It's actually a shame that this scene from Season 3 of The Walking Dead didn't make it onto television. It's a great moment between Carl and Beth in which they discuss grief and how the afterlife works with zombies.
Iron Man 3 doesn't hit DVD and Blu-ray until September 24th, but deleted scenes and extras are leaking out — like these alternate versions of Tony Stark's encounter with his #1 fan Gary (played by Happy Endings' Adam Pally). I'm pretty Stark would rather deal with Whiplash again than look at that tattoo.
Wreck-It Ralph showcased the worlds of Fix-It Felix Jr., Hero’s Duty, and the racing video game Sugar Rush. But there was another video game world you never got to see Extreme Easy Living 2! Which is basically one of those strange beach volleyball games where CG girls jump up and down, a lot.
One of the unexplained mysteries from the Doctor Who season finale is revealed in this short scene. The Whispermen launch their campaign against the Doctor with a strange visit.