Yeah! We love our Marvel and DC movies. Every ounce of it makes the movie a special screening. But what happens to all the edited and the deleted scenes in the movie that are chopped off for various reasons. Without further ado, we take a quick look at some of the deleted scenes from our favorite marvel movies, hope this makes sense to the continuity of the movie.
Captain America: Winter Soldier
We know that Marvel has really managed to keep Natasha’s (Black Widows) past a mystery, which, we would love to chance upon on any given day. However, there was this one deleted scene in the movie where Natasha is all set to leak classified information of S.H.I.E.L.D and Hydra. Right before this happens, Alexander Pierce warns Natasha of her past, specifically mentioning Budapest,” “Osaka” and “The children’s war.”
We know what happened in the Budapest mission with Hawkeye and Natasha, but “Osaka” and “The children’s war”, still remain a suspense till date.
Though Deadpool was a major hit with the fans, there was this one scene that was chopped off from the movie. According to the filmmakers, this would have been one of the most offended scenes to many people in many ways.
According to Director Tim Miller:
“There was a bar scene that was too vulgar for even the R-rated Deadpool. That bar scene was particularly mean and offensive to a lot of people… we just said, ‘Oh my God, this is too far.’ I mean there were so many people offended… we couldn’t do it.”
This statement really spikes your interest. Wonder what could have been more offensive.
Spiderman – where Wolverine meets Spiderman
Way before the Avengers were formed, there was a time when a major crossover could have taken place, but sadly, did not. In days when Sam Raimi’s Spiderman was in production and when there was no rivalry between film studios with a superhero franchise.
Sony had it all set to introduce X-Men starrer Hugh Jackman into a Spiderman movie as a cameo. Giving the audience just what they wanted. According to Jackman, the only reason this never materialized was because:
“The problem was, we couldn’t find the suit. The suit was stuck in something. And so when they were in New York when I was there, we couldn’t get it together.”
One missing costume ruined it for all.
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Loki has gained popularity in the last few movies more than any superhero we’ve known apparently; the ever popular Loki was conveniently cut off from the version of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
His main role was in a dream sequence of Thor. Where he did an impression of Odin. Somehow, the dream sequence did not fit the overall movie. So chop! Chop! It is!
More like a touch and go, this scene was where we saw Stan Lee’s cameo. This is how it happened – while Steve Rogers is in a café chatting up with the waitress, yes, the very same waitress that Steve rescues during the movie climax.
This is where Stan pushes Steve to ask the waitress out. Significant or not, we know that this scene never made the final cut.