15 Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies

On occasion, as we’ve written about countless times, inspiration really does strike in a flash. On other occasions, as we’ve written about countless times, too, it’s a journey down a long and winding road. For this article, we’ve dug out the truly fascinating contents of the trash cans along that road.

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - Alien 3 was going to be set on a wooden planet. Source: Empire Online, Empire Online

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - Return of the Jedi originally featured a resurrected Yoda and Obi-Wan. Source: 6 Baffling First Drafts Of Famous Movies

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - Blade Runner's Deckard was going to be super desperate when he faced Roy.Source: LAist

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - One version of the Back to the Future script had Marty pouring coke Source: 7 Terrible Early Versions of Great Movies

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - Ace Ventura: Pet Detective originally had a decapitation scene.Source: Film School Rejects

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - An early Spider-Mar script was about the villain trying to steal Spidey's physics paper.Source: 7 Terrible Early Versions of Great Movies

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - Avengers: Age of UItron was going to feature Thor as a glorified ventriloquist's dummy.Source: IGN

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - The Kong: Skull Island script had a part set in a steampunk-ish village.Source: Film School Rejects

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - The Matrix was supposed to have a '90s chatroom scene.Source: 7 Terrible Early Versions of Great Movies

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - The Breakfast Club was supposed to have a Peeping Tom scene.Source: The New Yorker

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movie - In the first draft of The World's End, Gary King lip-synced Batdance from start to finish.Source: Twitter

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Bizarre Scenes That Almost Made It Into Famous Movies - In early scripts of Logan, Logan and Charles were living in an old Kentucky bourbon mill. Source: Film School Rejects