What you see on the big screen is actually a product of hours of editing, writers ripping out their hair, and actors changing lines on the fly like they’re paid to do it, which technically they are.
My point is that most of the time, a script is simply a starting point for negotiations, as you’ll see from these famous movie lines that were supposed to be something else.
Back to the Future
Darby Risner, a 15-year-old in Alabama, found a Barney the Dinosaur costume in the basement of her church and thought it would fun to try on the oversized purple head and prank people.
Heck, you could be inviting everyone you knew. You would see this cafe in New York City, and the name attached would say Rue La Rue Cafe.
Unless you're actively avoiding pop culture, you're probably pretty familiar with Disney and Pixar films, which rank among the highest grossing in movie history. They're known to be kids films, but that hasn't stopped the writers, animators, and producers from all teaming up to toss in some not-so-obvious risqué jokes for the grown ups.
Few shows in TV history have captured the public's attention like Game of Thrones has. The giant production of the show features countless sets and hundreds of characters, which of course means that the stories from behind the scenes can be as fascinating as those onscreen.
Let’s have some real talk here. I’m sure being a princess is great and everything, but how relatable is it to see them running around their castles or the woods with perfectly applied eye shadow worthy of an Instagram tutorial?
Not that relatable, which is why it’s nice to see them fresh-faced and natural, like they’ve just woken up and haven’t had their coffee out of a chipped tea cup like Belle or iced mocha latte, as I would assume Elsa prefers.