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16 Deleted Scenes People Wish Had Made The Final Cut | Gap4.com

16 Deleted Scenes People Wish Had Made The Final Cut

From Harry Potter to The Notebook.

Note: Some of these scenes are extended and/or included in certain DVD versions of the film.

This scene from the live-action Beauty & The Beast where LeFou encounters Monsieur Toilette:

“The poor person who got turned into a toilet!” —meredithc48be71710


This scene from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows — Part I, in which Harry bids farewell to the Dursleys:

“It humanizes the Dursleys a bit and shows just how far we’ve come and just how intense the atmosphere was as everyone dealt with Voldemort’s growing power.” —svandal


And this scene from Part II where Draco throws Harry his wand:

“Draco never got the redemption arc that he deserved.” —charismab


This scene from Pocahontas, in which John Smith and Pocahontas sing “If I Never Knew You”:

“As a child I always thought it was weird that at no point during the movie do Pocahontas and John ever actually confirm that they love each other, and that scene fills that hole perfectly.” —alexs42167736a


This scene from Mean Girls showing Cady apologizing to Regina in the bathroom at the Spring Fling:



This scene from Lilo & Stitch where a fed-up Lilo tricks a bunch of tourists at the beach:

“It perfectly explains how tourists see natives as rarities or exoticisms or toys for their pleasure.” —lrichiez


This scene from Thor, in which Thor returns to the diner to replace the mug he smashed:

“It’s a really nice scene that shows how much Thor has changed.” —kellyd44


This scene from Captain America: Civil War featuring a conversation between T’Challa/Black Panther and Natasha/Black Widow:

“It’s not flashy or action packed, but it’s got some superb acting and really makes the movie better!” —ryanj4a2954bd4


This scene from The Perks of Being a Wallflower where Charlie accompanies Candace to an abortion clinic:

“It’s so sweet how he thinks of how his sister looked out for him when they were kids and he’s trying to do the same.” —Beadove


This scene from The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers which provides more insight into Boromir and Faramir’s relationship with their father:

“It shows both characters’ motivations for wanting the One Ring, and establishes why Faramir misses Boromir.” —rachelc43


This scene from The Notebook which further explains Allie’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis:

“I think this scene has vital information, I never understand why they left it out.” —kelseys432a81733


This scene from Divergent where Edward gets stabbed in the eye in the middle of the night:

“That was such an important part of the book.” —diamond186


This scene from Best in Show, in which Harlan shows off his extensive collection of beach balls:

“It adds such a beautiful and hilarious layer to Harlan Pepper.” —EmmaleePike


This scene from The Muppet Christmas Carol in which Scrooge and Belle sing “When Love Is Gone”:

“The scene is just plain heartbreaking, and really shows exactly WHY Belle left.” —Becky Martin, Facebook


This scene from 500 Days of Summer, where Tom has the worst morning ever:

“It’s a hilarious callback to an earlier scene in the film.” —kimmiero


And this scene from Titanic which shows the moments after Rose boards the Carapathia:

“It’s very powerful and moving.” —javierg46f2308b9


Responses have been edited for length and clarity.


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