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10 Amazing Bloopers That Made it Into the Final Movie


Hollywood has thoroughly embraced the blooper reel in recent years; indeed, on many lamentable comedies, the outtakes are more fun to watch than the original scripted jokes.

But, sometimes, things that go wrong in filming actually end up staying in the finished product. Not just moments of unintended hilarity - stunts going wrong in a good way and painful injuries that just add to the realism of the part.

This fantastic video, put together by Screen Rant, collects together 10 of these such events, explaining exactly what to look out for and what ended up in the film. It's a fascinating watch through the likes of Zoolander, Mission Impossible, Django Unchained and many more.

Check it out below.



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