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To err is human! People generally make mistakes and celebrities are no exception. Even the most veteran actor does make a mistake, once in a while. Mistakes that happen on the sets of any hollywood movie (or any movie for that matter) are sometimes funny and sometimes dangerously life threatening.
We have seen movie bloopers at the end, along with the end credit scenes. Well, some of these bloopers and genuine mistakes while filming, have made it to the final cut that have been released!
Such scenes mostly enhance the actual scripted scenes and thus the directors must have left it there deliberately to make the scene more appealing. Here's a list of top 8 movies that we feel have shown such errors and have included them in the actual release of the movie.
Terminator 2: The Judgement Day
In the climax of the movie, after getting rid of T-1000 and before T-800 goes on to the hot volcanic lava, John Connor helps T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) to get up, and after several retakes of this particular scene, Arnold just made a little joke about needing a vacation (not scripted) and it made it to the final cut.
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
After Luke Destroys the death star, he returns to the base. When Princess Leia comes to congratulate Luke, Mark Hamill accidentally calls out the actress's real name, Carrie! And it made it to the big screens because, it was a little less obvious at the first glance.
Guardians of the Galaxy
When Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) is supposed to hand over the orb to his master Yondu (Michael Rooker) he accidentally drops it. This was not a part of the script but it fit the character so perfectly that the director James Gunn decided to leave it as it is.
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
When the wicked witch of the west escapes from Munchkinland, an escape door is visible where the red smoke appears, well before the witch reaches the spot. This is clearly visible in the image. It was done because the actor got burnt in the following scene and during the retake she said absolutely 'no' to fires and the director had to let it be, as it was.
Raiders of the Lost Ark
When Indiana Jones ambushes a group of Nazis to save the lady prisoner, villian of the movie is seen talking to Indiana Jones, during that talk, a fly can be seen on the villain's face near his lips and the editing team suggested it to be removed, but it added a comic sense to the scene and the director left it on purpose.
When Tom Cruise was shooting an action sequence, one of his crew members asks Tom to go for it and land a realistic kick to the chin as it was choreographed, but during the take Tom kicks him for real, and that expression of the unfortunate kick is clearly seen in Tom's face.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
When Gandalf (Ian McKellen) enters Bilbo Baggins's house for the first time, the actor was aware of the lights hanging low but wasn't told about the ceiling, and so when he turns to enter the dining room, he bangs his head against the low ceiling and his expression was genuine, that made it to the film's final release.
During a shooting a scene of the infamous spy couple, Ingrid Cortez ( Carla Gugino) is seen sitting in front of some mirrors and at the edge of right mirror, director Robert Rodriguez can be seen behind the camera, this was an editing mistake but it is barely noticable in the motion picture.
Hollywood is known for its accuracy and perfection, such scenes are against the actual movie screenplays, that weren't scripted. But still had a nod from the director to be included, because of the sheer joy of showing raw unplanned expressions and dialogues of the actors to the audience, that actually goes well with the script.
Scenes such as these, have both been criticised and praised depending on how it plays out according to the movie. Such bloopers are always a joy to watch and know that were purely spontaneous is such a pleasant feeling.