9 brilliant and 1 curious improvisation that made cool movies even coolerBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/9-brilliant-and-1-curious-improvisation-that-made-cool-movies-even-cooler.html
Sometimes spontaneous actions turn out to be so successful that they overshadow planned actions. This often happens on the set. To your attention — ten vivid examples of how deviations from the prescribed script can only make the film better.
The shooting of this scene could have ended tragically if not for Viggo Mortensen's excellent reaction. The knife slipped out of the hand of the actor playing the orc, and really flew at Aragorn. Viggo somehow managed to beat him off with his sword. Training with weapons was not in vain, and the film was enriched with another cool moment.
There was a technical problem, and the series of explosions arranged by the Joker in the hospital suddenly stopped. If it hadn't been for Heath Ledger's brilliant improvisation, this scene in the film probably wouldn't have happened. It would be too expensive to arrange such a fire show again.
Robert Downey Jr. got so used to the role of Iron Man that he passed on his habits to him. Including constantly chewing some snacks. The episode when he offers the Hulk and Captain America blueberries is the arbitrariness of a gifted actor.
According to director James Gunn, Chris Pratt dropped the Infinity Stone not because the script prescribed it, but because of his own awkwardness. But despite this, Chris remained in character. The frame turned out to be natural and quite appropriate to the character of the character.
They were shooting a beach scene, and according to the plan, a hot beauty was supposed to come out of the water. But then Daniel Craig in swimming trunks fell into the water "in front of the camera". He went ashore so epically that they decided to change the script a little. And then these swimming trunks were sold at auction for 72 thousand dollars.
It was originally planned that Indiana's shootout with the bad guy in black would be protracted. But on the day Steven Spielberg was planning to shoot this scene, Harrison Ford fell ill. The director decided not to break the schedule and invited the actor to deal with the enemy with a single shot. The result was a very humorous moment.
Leonardo DiCaprio turned out to be so cool that he managed to continue playing the role after seriously cutting his hand, hitting a crystal glass with all his might instead of a table. Quentin Tarantino did not give the command "Stop" and turned out to be right. Another touch that proves that the Oscar was delayed for Leo.
The collective fit of laughter in this scene was not written in the script. As well as the fact that Benicio Del Toro has to spoil the air several times in a row during filming. That's why Gabriel Byrne covers his nose with his hand.
Actress Hayley Atwell liked Captain America's body so much that she couldn't help but touch Chris Evans, although she wasn't required to. Not very polite on her part, but the director liked the gesture, and he got into the final version.
In order for the scene of violence in the writer's house to be as realistic and creepy as possible, and the viewer to understand how simple cruelty is given to Alex and his friends, Stanley Kubrick asked Malcolm McDowell to sing any song of his choice throughout it. The actor preferred "Singing in the Rain".