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  • Independence Day on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#1) Independence Day

    • Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, Vivica A. Fox, Randy Quaid, Harry Connick, Jr., Mary McDonnell, Harvey Fierstein, Frank Welker, Bill Pullman, Adam Baldwin, Judd Hirsch, Andrew Keegan, Brent Spiner, Robert Loggia, Mae Whitman, James Rebhorn, Lisa Jakub, Erick Avari, Christine Devine, Rance Howard, Dan Lauria, John McLaughlin, Richard Speight, Jr., Margaret Colin, Wendy Walsh, Tracey Walter, Leland Orser, Bill Smitrovich, Dean Devlin, Jerry Dunphy, Eleanor Clift, Fred Barnes, Tim Kelleher, Jim Piddock, Thomas F. Duffy, James Duval, Carlos Lacámara, Robert Pine, Ron Pitts, Anthony Crivello, John Capodice, Sharon Tay, Jeffrey Gold, Jay Acovone, Kevin Cooney, Greg Collins, Kiersten Warren, Raphael Sbarge, Nectar Rose, Morton Kondracke, Thom Barry, Sayed Badreya, George Putnam, Giuseppe Andrews, David Pressman, Ross Bagley, Lyman Ward, Devon Gummersall, John Bennett Perry, Johnny Kim, Bob Friend, Pat Skipper, Kimberly Beck, Mark Thompson, Barry Del Sherman, Malcolm Danare, Ernie Anastos, Bobby Hosea, Randy Oglesby, Frank Novak, Jack Germond, Gary A. Hecker, Adam Tomei, Jeff Phillips, Levan Uchaneishvili, Wayne Wilderson, Derek Webster, Peter J. Lucas, Jana Marie Hupp, John Bradley, Scott McKinley, Jessika Cardinahl, James With, Barry Nolan, Darla Rae, Volker Engel, Jon Matthews, Julie Moran, Gary Pike, Kevin Sifuentes, Kristof Konrad, Michael A. Valenzano, Elston Ridgle, Nelson Mashita, Jack Moore, Vivian Palermo, Joyce Cohen, Mark Fite, Lee Strauss, Michael Winther, John Storey, Daren Dochterman, Tadao Tomomatsu, Mike Monteleone, Robin Groth, Steve Giannelli, Joe Fowler, Michael Haddad, Bonnie Silco, Eric Michael Zee, Marisa Johnston, James Wong, Lisa Star, Paul LeClair, Roy Newton, Barbara Beck, Andrew Warne, Richard Pachorek, Eric Neal Newman, Jonathan Adler, Michael Moertl, Ross Lacy, Yelena Danova, David Chanel, Greg Bronson, Carlos Lara, Arthur Brooks, Matt Pashkow, Gary W. Cruz, Michael Vacca, James J. Joyce, Jonathan Khan, James Woodson, Vanessa J. Wells, Eric Paskel, Dexter Warren, Troy Willis, Mirron E. Willis, Darin Mangan, Lincoln D. Hiatt, Bryan Moss

    Character And Film: David Levinson, Independence Day

    Deleted Scene: David explains he can decode the alien's language and use tech from Roswell to make his Macintosh computer capable of uploading a virus to the mothership.

    How It Changes The Main Character: This scene shows how much of a genius David is, but more importantly, it fills a major plot hole that viewers have wondered about since the film's 1996 release: How the heck can the humans give a virus to an alien operating system?

  • Aliens on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#2) Aliens

    • Sigourney Weaver, Bill Paxton, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Daniel Kash, William Hope, Mark Rolston, Ricco Ross, Al Matthews, Carrie Henn, Colette Hiller, Tip Tipping, Cynthia Dale Scott

    Character And Film: Ellen Ripley, Aliens

    Deleted Scene: After learning she's been in stasis for decades, Ripley asks Burke for news of her daughter. It turns out she passed two years ago - at the age of 67.

    How It Changes The Main Character: This piece of information affects Ripley as a character across the franchise, but for Aliens, it explains why she's so protective of Newt, the orphaned girl she discovers on LV-426. This is likely why Newt was included in the narrative in the first place.

    This information also completely changes Ripley's motivations and makes her trip aboard the Nostromo in Alien even more tragic. As Ripley tells Burke, "I promised her I'd be home for her birthday. Her 11th birthday."

  • (#3) Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

    • Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, James Earl Jones, Alec Guinness, Billy Dee Williams, Frank Oz, Ian McDiarmid, Warwick Davis, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, Anthony Daniels, Denis Lawson, Sebastian Shaw, Kenneth Colley, Jeremy Bulloch, Michael Pennington, Mike Quinn, Larry Ward

    Characters And Film: Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda; Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

    Deleted Scene: Yoda explains to Luke that Obi-Wan wanted to tell him Darth Vader is his father, but Yoda wouldn't let him.

    How It Changes The Main Character (And His Friends): This small moment changes the relationship between Luke, Yoda, and Obi-Wan. For Luke, he now realizes that Obi-Wan didn't want to keep things from him, but Yoda did. For Obi-Wan, it proves he disagreed with Yoda and wanted to reveal the truth to young Luke.

    The whole thing switches around a number of relationships and personalities while also teasing tension between Yoda and Obi-Wan.

  • (#4) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part I

    • Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, John Hurt, Alan Rickman, Michael Gambon, Brendan Gleeson, Bonnie Wright, Jason Isaacs, Bill Nighy, Julie Walters, Rupert Grint, Michelle Fairley, Timothy Spall, Rhys Ifans, Tom Felton, Robbie Coltrane, Imelda Staunton, Evanna Lynch, Natalia Tena, Miranda Richardson, Toby Jones, Warwick Davis, Domhnall Gleeson, Jamie Campbell Bower, David Thewlis, Clémence Poésy, Richard Griffiths, Fiona Shaw, Katie Leung, 피터 뮬란, Matthew Lewis, Helen McCrory, Freddie Stroma, Frances de la Tour, Rade Šerbedžija, Devon Murray, Toby Regbo, Mark Williams, Jessie Cave, Geraldine Somerville, Oliver Phelps, Nick Moran, David O'Hara, Michael Byrne, Guy Henry, Sophie Thompson, Simon McBurney, James Phelps, David Ryall, Dave Legeno, Ralph Ineson, Afshan Azad, Georgina Leonidas, George Harris, Adrian Rawlins, Scarlett Byrne, Carolyn Pickles, Joshua Herdman, Harry Melling, Graham Duff, Ned Dennehy, Rose Keegan, Greg Bennett, Kate Fleetwood, Emil Hostina, Samuel Roukin, Steffan Rhodri, Arben Bajraktaraj, Andy Linden, Angelica Mandy, Richard Strange, Daniel Hill, Martin Ballantyne, Sam Creed, William Melling, Daisy Haggard, Suzie Toase, Rod Hunt, Isabella Laughland, Ian Kelly, Anna Shaffer, Hazel Douglas, Adrian Annis, Charlotte Atkinson, Eva Alexander, George Potts, Elliot Francis, Penelope McGhie, Paul Davies, Matyelok Gibbs, Simon Grover, Jon Campling, Ruby Evans, Amber Evans, Louis Cordice, Anthony John Crocker, Ashley McGuire, Ifeoma Oboko, Daniel Tuite, Paul Khanna, Granville Saxton, Bob Yves Van Hellenberg Hubar, Peter G. Reed, Tony Kirwood, Judith Sharp

    Characters And Film: Harry Potter, Petunia and Dudley Dursley; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

    Deleted Scene: Before the Dursleys leave Privet Drive, Harry has a moment with each of the family members.

    How It Changes The Main Character (And His Family): Arguably, these scenes are more important for Petunia and Dudley than Harry. For book readers, the final moments with the Dursleys will be familiar. But moviegoers merely got a glimpse of Harry's tormentors before they left the series forever.

    In the two scenes, we hear Petunia speak fondly of her sister for the first time, proving that she was affected by the loss. We then have Vernon prove he hasn't changed at all before Dudley says a good-bye to Harry and gives him the closest thing to a compliment Harry has ever received from a Dursley. These moments provide Harry with a little closure, but they also prove that two out of the three Dursleys are at least a little human.

  • (#5) The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

    • Cate Blanchett, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Elijah Wood, Sean Bean, Hugo Weaving, Sean Astin, Karl Urban, Peter Jackson, Andy Serkis, Brad Dourif, Miranda Otto, John Noble, Dominic Monaghan, David Wenham, Billy Boyd, John Rhys-Davies, Bernard Hill, Jed Brophy, John Bach, Nathaniel Lees, Bruce Hopkins, Alan Lee, Karlos Drinkwater, Barrie M. Osborne, Sala Baker, John Leigh, Bruce Allpress, Olivia Tennet, Calum Gittins, Robbie Magasiva, Robyn Malcolm, Dan Hennah, Ray Trickett, Paul Holmes, Stephen Ure, Henry Mortensen, Paul Norell, Sandro Kopp, Billy Jackson, Daniel Falconer, Hannah Wood, Bruce Phillips, Katie Jackson, Robert Pollock, Walter Walsh, Paris Howe Strewe, Sam Comery, Jarl Benzon, Jørn Benzon, Joseph Mika-Hunt, Lee Hartley, Victoria Beynon-Cole, Marcus Thorne, Phil Grieve, Piripi Waretini, Timothy Lee, Phillip Spencer Harris

    Character And Film: Aragorn II, son of Arathorn; The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

    Deleted Scene: Aragorn shares soup with Éowyn and it's revealed he's actually 87 years old.

    How It Changes The Main Character: The scene not only reveals Aragorn has access to the greatest skincare routine in all of Middle Earth, but that he's pretty spry for an octogenarian.

    In all seriousness, the age reveal is an important aspect of Aragorn's character that is largely missing in the theatrical Lord of the Rings trilogy. As a member of the Dúnedain, Aragorn is a descendant of ancient Numenor - Tolkien's version of Atlantis - and possesses greater fortitude and a much longer lifespan than ordinary mortals. By noting that he's actually 87, Aragorn is no longer "wiser than his years" but a veteran of some serious conflicts. 

  • Thor on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#6) Thor

    • Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård, Colm Feore, Ray Stevenson, Idris Elba, Kat Dennings, Rene Russo, Anthony Hopkins

    Character And Film: Thor Odinson, Thor

    Deleted Scene: After making breakfast for his new friends, Thor asks for one of their mugs. He brings it to the diner they were previously at and gives it to the proprietor to replace the one he had smashed earlier, apologizing for his behavior in the process.

    How It Changes The Main Character: Though it's not a major moment, it's a nice callback and further illustrates just how much Thor has changed since coming to Earth. Given that the entire plot of the film revolves around Thor becoming a better person, his humility and thoughtfulness in this scene speak volumes for his character.

  • (#7) Lilo & Stitch

    • Tia Carrere, Ving Rhames, Kevin Michael Richardson, Daveigh Chase, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Kath Soucie, Rodger Bumpass, Jess Harnell, Bob Bergen, Jack Angel, Jennifer Darling, Steven Blum, Amy Hill, Steve Kramer, Chris Sanders, Jason Scott Lee, Paige Pollack, Doug Stone, Catherine Cavadini, Mickie McGowan, Zoe Caldwell, Susan Silo, Patrick Pinney, John Demita, Debra Jean Rogers, Steve Alterman, Jeff Fischer, Greg Finley, Karle Warren, Daamen J. Krall, Barbara Harris, Susan Hegarty, Noreen Reardon, Valerie Flueger Veras, Mary Linda Phillips, Erica Beck, Judi M. Durand, Melanie Spore, David Randolph, Courtney Mun, Ruth Zalduondo, Chloe Looper, Miranda Paige Walls, Todd Kurosawa, Bill Asing, Aszur Hill, Alexandra Deary, Kunewa Mook, Emily Anderson

    Character And Film: Stitch, Lilo & Stitch

    Deleted Scene: When Lilo introduces Stitch to her fish friend, Pudge, Stich slaps the fish away. Out of the water and vulnerable to the seagulls, Pudge soon perishes. Lilo tries to fend off the gulls, but Stitch just sits and watches. After Lilo chastises Stitch, she buries Pudge - right next to the graves of her parents.

    How It Changes The Main Character: This scene not only teaches Stitch about mortality, it marks a major turning point for his character's morality. After failing to act, he learns how much he's hurt Lilo - something he takes to heart. It makes the film a bit darker but also allows the audience to see more of Stitch's growth. 

  • (#8) The Devil Wears Prada

    • Anne Hathaway, Heidi Klum, Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Gisele, Stanley Tucci, Simon Baker, Rebecca Mader, Adrian Grenier, Bridget Hall, Daniel Sunjata, Tracie Thoms, Valentino Garavani, Alyssa Sutherland, Stephanie Szostak, Inés Rivero, Emily Sandberg, Nina Lisandrello, James Naughton, John Rothman, George C. Wolfe, David Marshall Grant, Alexie Gilmore, Julie Jei, Rich Sommer, Tim Krueger, Pamela Fischer, Tibor Feldman, Lauren Weisberger, Jennifer Elise Gould, Andrea Bertola, Denis McKeown, Robert Verdi, Colleen Dengel, Taylor Treadwell, Carl Burrows, Guy A. Fortt, James Cronin, Justin Restivo, Carla Collado, Brandhyze Stanley, Suzanne Dengel, Hector Lincoln, Scott Hatfield, David Callegatti, Mateo Moreno, Alexander Blaise, Mira Tzur, Molyneau DuBelle, Ivan Magrin-Chagnolleau, John Graham, Paul Keany, Laura D. Williams, Jimena Hoyos, Stan Newman, Laura McDavid, Steve Benisty, Robert Stio, L.J. Ganser, Stuart Lopoten, Lindsay Brice, Eric Seltzer, Zev McAllister, Caroline Slaughter, Wells Dixon, Ingrid Schram, Rori Cannon, Matt Murray, Ilona Alexandra

    Characters And Film: Miranda Priestly, Andrea Sachs; The Devil Wears Prada

    Deleted Scene: Miranda's husband drunkenly insults the Elias-Clark chairman, but Andy swoops in and diffuses the situation - even though she was told she could leave if she wanted. Miranda looks over to Andy and mouths, "Thank you."

    How It Changes The Main Characters: Fans have had mixed reactions to the scene, as it shows Miranda in a completely different light. Not only does it see her humiliated by someone for a change, it also proves she does appreciate Andy to some degree.

  • Star Trek on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#9) Star Trek

    • Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Morrison, Winona Ryder, Chris Hemsworth, Tyler Perry, Chris Pine, Eric Bana, Rachel Nichols, Diora Baird, Leonard Nimoy, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, Wil Wheaton, Victor Garber, Bruce Greenwood, John Cho, Scottie Thompson, Lisa Vidal, Greg Grunberg, Clifton Collins, Jr., Jimmy Bennett, Deep Roy, Majel Barrett, Reggie Lee, Jeff Chase, Akiva Goldsman, Faran Tahir, Ben Cross, Lucia Rijker, Billy Brown, William Morgan Sheppard, Paul McGillion, Greg Ellis, Anna Katarina, Sufe Bradshaw, Lorenzo James Henrie, Brad William Henke, Tim Griffin, Justin Rodgers Hall, Randy Pausch, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Sonita Henry, Douglas Tait, Amanda Foreman, Arne Starr, Oz Perkins, Sala Baker, Zachary Culbertson, Jason Brooks, Bob Clendenin, Freda Foh Shen, T. J. Storm, Michael Berry Jr., Mark Phelan, Kelvin Yu, Deborah Rombaut, Marlene Forte, Jason Matthew Smith, Massi Furlan, Gerald W. Abrams, Damion Poitier, Kasia Kowalczyk, Neville Page, Jeffrey Byron, Calvin Dean, Bertrand Roberson Jr., Justin Malachi, Ian Fisher, Lynnanne Zager, Cody Klop, Rico E. Anderson, Ravi Valleti, Alex Nevil, Marcus Young, Darlena Tejeiro, Joseph Steven, Jacob Kogan, Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson, Brian Waller, Leo Baligaya, Christopher Karl Johnson, Claire Doré, Nancy Guerriero, Westley Nguyen, Tony Guma, Spencer Daniels, Jeff O'Haco, Irene Roseen, Tony Elias, Michelle Parylak, Christopher Doohan, Jonathan W.D. Newkerk, Jason Vaughn, Aliza Finley, Charles Haugk, Colby Paul, Richard Arnold, Steve Luna, Elizabeth Ingalls, A.J. Verel, Leonard O. Turner, Brianna Womick, Wyatt Gray, Scott Trimble, Margot Farley, Jeremy Fitzgerald, Mark Casimir Dyniewicz, Marta Martin, James Cawley, Jonathan Dixon, Errik Tustenuggee, Rahvaunia, Daniel D. Lee, Katie Soo, Jonathan Baca, Leslie Augustine, Nav Mann, Sarah Klaren, Ken Edling, Mark Bramhall, Sabrina Morris, Joseph Stephens Jr., Tommy Germanovich Jr., Leonard Jonathan Ruebe, Matthew Beisner, Michael Saglimbeni, Nana Hill, Matthew McGregor, Ronald F. Hoiseck, Paul Townsend, Taylor McCluskey, Jim Nieb, Andres Perez-Molina, Ramona Seymour, Etienne Eckert, Jolene Kay, Max Chernov, Anne Leighton, Zoe Chernov, Ronnie Steadman, Jack Millard, Owen Martin, Makiko Konishi, Kimberly Arland, Brad Champagne, Patrizia Milano, Corey Becker, Jeff Castle, Ben Binswagner, John Blackman, Jesper Inglis, Steve Wharton, Aaron Lynch, Jessica Boss, Neil S. Bulk, Mathew Thomas Foss, James McGrath Jr., Jeffery Hauser, Paul Marshall, Joshua Greene, Kevin Moser, Sean Gerace, Shaela Luter, Bryan Lee, Tavarus Conley

    Character And Film: James T. Kirk, Star Trek (2009)

    Deleted Scene: James's older brother, George, tells James and their uncle he's leaving home. James is told to wash the car (which belonged to his father), but he first connects with George, who can't stand living with their uncle. George leaves and James finds the keys to the car as he's cleaning it.

    How It Changes The Main Character: Aside from explaining just who James drives past in the red Corvette (his brother in the original cut), it provides the inspiration for pretty much the entirety of Captain Kirk's arc in the film.

  • The Santa Clause on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#10) The Santa Clause

    • Tim Allen, Frank Welker, Peter Boyle, David Krumholtz, Mary Gross, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Eric Lloyd, Jayne Eastwood, John Pasquin, Kerrigan Mahan, David Sparrow, Melissa King, Philip Williams, Gordon Masten, Steve Vinovich, Jack Newman, Larry Brandenburg, Judith Scott, Jesse Collins, Scott Wickware, Gene Mack, Lachlan Murdoch, Cody Jones, David Paul Grove, Tabitha Lupien, Kenny Vadas, Joyce Guy, Bob Dermer, Zachary McLemore, Nina Keogh, Christopher Benson, Peter Kosaka, Joshua Satok, Laura Catalano, Michael Caruana, Paige Tamada, Dennis O'Connor, Alexandra Petrocci, Ron Hartmann, Brett Moon, Ryan Moon, Lindsay Lupien, Lawrence Nakamura, Bradley Wentworth, Azura Bates, Aimee McIntyre, Brian Reilly, Nic Knight, Jimmy Labriola, Hun Sun Tran, Tony Krolo, Steve Kosaka, Ivanka Kotalto, Steve Tsukamoto, Marc Pichette, Alec Bachlow, Todd Davis, Micha Jackson

    Character And Film: Scott Calvin, The Santa Clause

    Deleted Scene: Though never filmed, Tim Allen says the original script for The Santa Clause involved his character, Scott, firing at Santa because he thinks he's a burglar. 

    How It Changes The Main Character: Given this is a comedy, it wouldn't have been a major change, but it certainly would have made the film much darker. If Scott had slain Santa himself rather than startle him off the roof, he'd be burdened with a much guiltier conscience as he tried to replace him.

  • Blade Runner on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#11) Blade Runner

    • Harrison Ford, Daryl Hannah, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, Joanna Cassidy, James Hong, William Sanderson, Brion James, Joe Turkel, Morgan Paull, Monty Pyke, Kevin Thompson, John Edward Allen

    Character And Film: Rick Deckard, Blade Runner

    Deleted Scene: Deckard daydreams about a unicorn running through a misty forest.

    How It Changes The Main Character: When it comes to Blade Runner, assessing the plot depends on which of the several versions you're watching. Then, there are the contradictory statements made by Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford, and others. And that's not even bringing the original short story into it. But if you watch the Director's Cut, you'll see the unicorn scene, which was removed from the original theatrical release.

    On its own, the scene doesn't mean much, but when you realize Gaff left an origami unicorn for Deckard, it suggests he knows what Deckard was dreaming about. This implicitly confirms the long-running theory that Deckard is a replicant.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#12) The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    • Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Sally Field, Paul Giamatti, Martin Sheen, Andrew Garfield, Felicity Jones, Chris Cooper, Dane DeHaan, Marton Csokas, Colm Feore, Embeth Davidtz, Campbell Scott

    Character And Film: Peter Parker, The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    Deleted Scene: After Peter has quit being Spider-Man, his dad approaches him in a cemetery. Richard Parker reveals he's not only been alive this whole time and watching his son grow, but he also faked his demise to protect his own life.

    How It Changes The Main Character: Given how much was already crammed into this film, the scene in question only would have complicated things further. It also would have changed Peter's motivations for returning as Spider-Man at the film's ultimate end.

    The reveal that Peter's dad is still alive also amps up the conspiracy and thriller elements woven into the script, for better or worse.

  • (#13) Superman II

    • Gene Hackman, Christopher Reeve, Terence Stamp, Margot Kidder, Glenn Ford, Ned Beatty, Valerie Perrine, Susannah York, Jackie Cooper, E. G. Marshall, Sarah Douglas, Jack O'Halloran, Clifton James, Marc McClure

    Character And Film: Superman, Superman II

    Deleted Scene: Some sort of North Pole police show up to detain Lex Luthor and the evil Kryptonians after their ordeal in the Fortress of Solitude.

    How It Changes The Main Character: In the theatrically released Superman II, Superman depowers Zod, Ursa, and Non, and then throws them into an icy pit. They are never seen again, leading the audience to assume they perish. This scene reveals Superman just puts them out of commission, then turns them over to the authorities. Superman isn't a slayer, and his wholesome reputation remains spotless.

    Perhaps more intriguing, however, is what else the scene establishes. First, that the North Pole has a police force, and second, that Superman's secret base isn't that big of a secret.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#14) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    • Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Carrey, Mark Ruffalo, Elijah Wood, David Cross, Tom Wilkinson, Jane Adams, Josh Flitter, Deirdre O'Connell, Paul Litowsky, Lauren Adler, Thomas Jay Ryan, Amir Ali Said, Debbon Ayer, Gerry Robert Byrne, Ryan Whitney, Brian Price, Lola Daehler

    Character And Film: Joel Barish, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Deleted Scene: In this case, there are several scenes, all involving Naomi, Joel's ex-girlfriend. One scene in particular shows Joel calling Naomi after first meeting Clementine and telling his ex that he doesn't think they should jump back into things. He then calls Clementine for the first time.

    How It Changes The Main Character: The meet-cute/tragedy of the relationship between Joel and Clementine is severely altered when you realize Joel has an on-and-off relationship with someone else that he's essentially avoiding because he's more interested in Clementine. There are also some additional sad moments when Naomi is erased from Joel's memory and he doesn't recognize her.

  • Boiler Room on Random Deleted Scenes That Would’ve Totally Changed A Movie's Main Charact

    (#15) Boiler Room

    • Ben Affleck, Vin Diesel, Nia Long, Giovanni Ribisi, Scott Caan, Anson Mount, Jamie Kennedy, Siobhan Fallon Hogan, Nicky Katt, Ron Rifkin, Tom Everett Scott, Mark Webber, Kirk Acevedo, Desmond Harrington, Jon Abrahams, Bill Sage, Peter Maloney, Taylor Nichols, Christopher Fitzgerald, Will McCormack, Donna Mitchell, Marsha Dietlein, Neal Lerner, Joseph Tudisco, John Griesemer, Angelo Bonsignore, Eddie Malavarca, Ben Van Bergen, Marjorie Johnson, André Vippolis, Delancey Birzin, Daniel Sauli, Lucinda Clare, Peter Rini, Spero Stamboulis, Carlo Vogel, Jonny Fido, Herbert Russell, Alex Webb, Donald John Hewitt, Daniel Reton, David Younger, Jared Ryan, Robert Boris, Taylor Patterson, Lisa Gerstein, Mark Moshe Bellows, Robert Frannicola, Judy Del Giudice, Gillian Sacco, Ross Ryman, Seth Ullian, Lori Yoffe, Raymond Pirkle, Matthew Saldivar, Serge Skliarenko, Michael McCarthy, Joe Pretlow

    Character And Film: Seth Davis, Boiler Room

    Deleted Scene: As he departs his office, Seth passes by Harry, the investor that he's screwed over, who is shown to be armed. 

    How It Changes The Main Character: The original ending of the film involved Seth's bilked investor coming to the office and raining fire down on everyone. This would have ended things on a much darker note and shown just how nefarious Seth's actions were.

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