When you go to the movies to see whatever hot new release is getting all the buzz, what you end up watching is only a fraction of what was shot. Directors tend to film segments that end up on the cutting room floor.
Occasionally, the scenes that get cut are shown to the public in a Director's Cut, or they are released alongside the movie as "Deleted Scenes," but that's still only a small amount of what was originally filmed for a movie, and often, you only get to see the clips that were cut for brevity.
While most fans love watching deleted scenes, there's an even more elusive bit of content that didn't make it to the final cut. Planned, unfilmed, or scrapped parts tend to make it through the planning process, though they end up being taken out before portions of them are shot.
When word of these cut bits hit the public's ear, a widespread demand to see them typically follows, but it's not always possible. The negatives could have been destroyed, or it may not have made it out of the storyboard phase, so the chances of seeing them drop to zero.
These ten scenes almost made it to Director's Cut territory, but because they didn't quite get that far, there's a good chance you'll never get to see them.
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