Life without movies would have been so boring. Thanks to the entertainment industry for keeping us entertained. All that we see in dramas and movies are not always done according to the script. Sometimes actors commit such mistakes that sound way better than what was written in the script so the director keeps it in the film and the scene gets appreciated.
We have compiled a list of how actors made these scenes better with their improvisations.
“This is Sparta!” from 300 (2007).
All 300 fans remember the yell of King Leonidas shouting “This is Sparta!” from the film, 300. This was actually the improvisation of star Gerard Butler who played the King of Sparta.
Director Zack Snyder had wanted Gerard to whisper it in a low tone, however, the actor decided to yell it quite loudly, kicking the Persian messenger into the well. As a result, this scene became one of the most popular cinematic scenes in history.
Titanic’s “I am the king of the world!” (1997)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio had an absurd idea to scream the phrase “I am the king of the world!” and director Steven Spielberg absolutely loved it.
In another scene where Jack ends up drawing Rose naked and Jack tells Rose “Over on the bed… ugh… the couch”.
However, it was quite a brutal mistake. While the script had “Over on the couch” written but the director really liked it and then, decided to keep it the same way.
3. “Welcome Home, Draco” from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”
In the last movie, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Voldemort hugs Draco welcoming him home after achieving the impossible. This was Voldemort actor Ralph Fiennes’ idea.
During the first fight where Tyler goes on to explain what the fight club is, is an improvisation by Edward Norton. In the starting, Edward’s character was meant to hit Brad Pitt on his shoulder, but just before it happened, director David Fincher requested him to do something completely unexpected (and somewhat bizarre). Edward did not have a clue other than punching Brad in his ear. So, Pitt ends up yelling while Norton started with apologies. As far as improvisation by actors is known, this seems to take it to the next level.
Call Me By Your Name
Call Me by Your Name was highly appreciated by fans and critics, and the most memorable one is the final shot where Timothée Chalamet looks into the camera for barely 2 seconds as if the charming actor is pondering right into your heart. This move, which turned out to be powerful, was done by Chalamet himself. It is not very surprising that the actor was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor, he became the youngest nominee in this category since the year 1938.