AVENGERS (The Best Scene Cut??)
JOSS WHEDON HAD TO MAKE SOME HARD CUTS
Joss Whedon, writer-director of Marvel's The Avengers, told The New York Times about the best scene he wrote and then cut from the script, one that featured Steve Rogers reuniting with his flame from Captain America: The First Avenger.
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"One of the best scenes that I wrote was the beautiful and poignant scene between Steve and Peggy [Carter] that takes place in the present. And I was the one who was like, Guys, we need to lose this. It was killing the rhythm of the thing. And we did have a lot of Cap, because he really was the in for me," said Whedon.
He continued, "I really do feel a sense of loss about what's happening in our culture, loss of the idea of community, loss of health care and welfare and all sorts of things. I was spending a lot of time having him say it, and then I cut that."
For those who may not recall, Chris Evans' Cap was supposed to meet Hayley Atwell's Peggy for a date, but he never made it, ending up in suspended animation for nearly 70 years instead.
So how would this have been done? Would she of been a 90-100 year old woman in the film? Would Steve meet her in the afterlife, before he gets revived and back into action? Would it of been a dream sequence? Does it really even matter?? The scene was never shot, it was only in the script, but would you of wanted to see this seen?
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