Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Entertainment


Movie TV



8 Film Mistakes That Made Them Better

Sometimes unplanned events turn out so well that they outperform planned events. It happens a lot while you're filming a movie. We discovered 12 instances where the filming deviated from the script, but this only added to the films' appeal.

8. Guardians of the Galaxy, sphere background

According to the director, Chris Pratt dropped the ball containing the Infinity Stone not intentionally, but simply because it was awkward. He dropped the ball while retaining his personality. That's why this error appears to have been in the script from the start.

7. Avengers, the tasty blueberries scene

Robert Downey Jr. became so immersed in his role that he indulged his own habits, such as constantly snacking. The scene where he gives blueberries to the Hulk and Captain America is improvised.

6. The Princess Diaries, the fall

This sequence was not initially planned, but Anne Hathaway's unexpected fall was so suited to the clumsy princess Mia's character that it was decided to keep it in the film.

5. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, knife throwing

This scenario may have ended horribly if Viggo Mortensen hadn't reacted so quickly. The orc actor's furiously flung dagger slipped and was headed straight for Viggo's face. He was able to push it away with his sword, causing it to split apart. Viggo's firearms training appears to have paid off, as the film gained another dramatic scene.

4. Casino Royale, beach scene

By chance, this wonderful scene occurred in the film. Daniel Craig was thrown overboard, but the shooting continued. Instead of seeing another gorgeous girl in a bikini, the audience witnessed Agent 007 in swim trunks. You must understand that this is not just a suitable replacement.

3. The Dark Knight, Hospital Explosion

During the filming, a technological fault occurred, and a series of explosions came to an abrupt halt. Heath Ledger's reaction is a stunning improvisation that salvaged the sequence, which was intended to be shot on the first take due to the expensive expense of the pyrotechnics features.

2. American Sniper, the scene with a baby

The child allegedly performing this scene suddenly developed a fever, which forced Bradley Cooper to hold a plastic doll in his hand. The actor tried to act rationally, but if you look closely, you can see that he touches the fake child's hand to make him move.

1. Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, the fight

Originally, an extended battle sequence with the evil man in black was intended, but Harrison Ford wasn't feeling well that day. Steven Spielberg didn't want to interrupt filming, so he asked Ford to shoot the enemy, which he did.

Content created and supplied by: AyoolaToyin (via Opera News )

Avengers Chris Pratt Guardians of the Galaxy Infinity Stone Robert Downey Jr.


Load app to read more comments