14 Random Little Movie Moments That Were 100% Not In The Original Scripts

    It really is the little things that make a big difference.

    1. Arthur's single tear in the opening scene of Joker (2019):

    2. Lloyd's "Big Gulps" interaction outside the gas station in Dumb and Dumber (1994):

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    Jim Carrey improvised the awkward moment outside the gas station to mess with two random men — who weren't even paid extras — who just happened to be outside the 7-Eleven where they were shooting the scene, according to screenwriter Peter Farrelly. Everyone on set liked it so much, they kept it in the final cut of the film!

    3. Killmonger's sassy "Hey, Auntie" callout in Black Panther (2018):

    4. Emily's "I'm hearing this and I want to hear this" quip from The Devil Wears Prada (2006):

    5. Voldemort's awkward hug from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 (2011):

    6. Henry Jones' cheeky "She talks in her sleep" response in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989):

    7. Alex's entire "Singin' in the Rain" dance/torture scene in A Clockwork Orange (1971):

    8. Also, Mr. Blonde's entire "Stuck in the Middle With You" dance/torture scene in Reservoir Dogs (1992):

    9. Olaf's hilariously dark "Oh, look at that...I've been impaled" reaction in Frozen (2013):

    10. Private Hudson's distressed "Game over, man...game over" line in Aliens (1986):

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    "Back in those days — I don’t think they do it anymore, but I don’t play video games anymore — at the end of your quarter, [it said] 'Game Over,'" actor Bill Paxton said. "So I thought, 'Game over.' Has anybody ever used that? I wonder because it’s kind of good! I had no idea it would catch on."

    11. Steve Trevor's entire claim that where he's from, he's "above average," in Wonder Woman (2017):

    12. Col. Jessup's iconic "You can't handle the truth" retort in A Few Good Men (1992):

    13. Igor's mysterious moving hump in Young Frankenstein (1974):

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    The gag was completely made up by actor Marty Feldman, and legend has it that it took WEEKS for anyone to even notice he was doing it. For continuity purposes, it was added as a recurring gag in the film, and the line "What hump?" was also ad-libbed by Feldman to add to the humor.

    14. And finally, pretty much every little thing Megan did and said on the airplane in Bridesmaids (2011):