As critics rightly noted, The Avengers did an admirable job in balancing out its broad cast of already-established superheroes. But, as Harry Dean Stanton probably noted, the film did a slightly less admirable job in balancing out its cast of already-established Harry Dean Stantons, with the veteran actor appearing as a security guard in only a brief scene, just long enough for audiences to question, "Oh, was that Harry Dean Stanton, or just a rough-looking old guy?" Well, as it turns out, the scene was once meant to give us another full minute of Stanton, and thanks to EW, now you can see how it originally played out in the clip below.
Likely cut from the film so we wouldn't spend the whole thing dwelling on how Captain America is a suicidal depressive in severe need of counseling, here's an Avengers deleted scene in which Chris Evans mopes around his apartment, dwells on his dead friends, considers calling h... / Continue →
Included with the soon-to-be-released Avengers Blu-ray, here's an alternate, totally-different, Cobie Smulders-filled opening to Joss Whedon's superhero blockbuster. On the one hand, it isn't really necessary nor all that interesting a scene, but on the other hand, it does a gr... / Continue →
Like The Smurfs, Crocodile Dundee, and so many other fish-out-of-water tales, Captain America, in its final scene, feels the need to plop our hero right in the middle of Times Square, where he stands in awe, gawks in bewilderment, and basically fits right in with everyone else ... / Continue →