To most moviegoers, we take what we see on the silver screen to be the final product that the studio and the creative team behind it set out to make.
You expect that the writer - or more commonly, the director - is approached by the studio to produce their newest film. The studio has a number of ideas of what the film's message should be, and how it should be presented. A few years later, we praise the director and creators, who get a number of awards and instantly attached to a handful of new blockbusters.
However, a lot of the time - thanks to studio interference and heavy restrictions in the budget - the original idea of a movie is changed during production, and more often than not, production has to start up again with the whole cast and crew coming back to film additional scenes, some of which were never even intended in the first place.
With that in mind, let's take a look at some blockbuster movies that you didn't know had reshoots - or, in some cases, where you didn't know basically the whole film was reshot.
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