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The Original Ending to a Series of Famous Movies

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The original ending to a series of famous movies.

The Shining

The Shining included a closing scene in which wife Wendy and son Dani told a hospital what had happened to a policeman and a nurse, but director Stanley Kubrick saw this scene as redundant and, worse, weakening the ending sequence, so he sent several of his assistants to the theaters to re-edit the tapes and cut out this scene, which he did.

One of the film's most intriguing endings was The Shining - 1980's production - where director Stanley Kubrick managed to literally bring the film's final shot to the most shocking event, which we are all aware of because we watched the film relatively late, but this was not the end that was shown to those who watched it during its first week in the United States.

World War Z

World War Z is one of the most famous action thrillers to feature the apocalypse in general, and films with zombie or zombie disease in particular.

The writing team for this work includes five names: Max Brooks, the author of the original novel, Matthew Michael Karnahan and Guy Michael Strakzinski, the film writers, and the trio Matthew Michael Karnahan, Drew Goddard, and Damon Lindelof, though filmmakers led by Mark Foster were forced to change the ending Actively, however, it contained some of the film's highest-cost scenes.

The ending of the original World War Z film was for Brad Pitt's Jerry Lane to make his way through hundreds of mutant zombies, but the final sequence of scenes was visually impressive but traditionally in the eyes of the director and producers; He resembled dozens of other scenes that had already been made in similar films, and most importantly, the story that started with a man seeking to reunite his family ended up in the middle of an entire square covered in blood!

The creators say they rewrote the entire 40 minutes of the film's events in order to put the sequence of events back on track, and Damon Lindelof was assigned a very difficult and complex task, as it was like writing a sequel to a film that had already been done, but it did the job well and the alternative ending came much better than the end of the first scenario.

Runner blade

The production company felt that the plot of the film was generally vague enough to be confusing to the viewer and the same would be true of the ending.

So they pressured director Ridley Scott to make the film a little more straightforward and to make the ending brighter.

As producers wanted the ending to be brighter, Scott overcame the problem by adding a caption at the end of the film to make things clearer.

He needed the scenic clips in which he told the viewer that the heroes were finally getting a bit of relief, but Filming was not an option, so he turned to director Stanley Kubrick and found that he had 17 hours of unused photographic material - some of which he had used in the opening of The Shining- from which to select the appropriate footage to add to the closing section.

Mission Impossible

When Christopher McCurry offered Shawn Harris to participate in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation through his performance of Solomon Lane, he expressed great enthusiasm for the idea, but only if he agreed - that the character's path ended entirely in the course of events because he wanted not to be in the next series - and he was reassured by looking at the first scenario and finding that his character had died at the end of the events at the hand of Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt.

Christopher McCurry has a bizarre tradition - both a drawback and a advantage - that his film is undergoing constant development all the time, including filming time, especially as the screenwriter of the mission scenes: Impossible - Rogue Nation Seen that Ethan Hunt is not bloodthirsty and kills his adversary only if he has to and he did not have to, he preferred to have his adversary removed by fraud without resorting to violence, and made a great effort to convince Harris of the alteration by which he was alive and thus, contrary to his first wish, was forced to reinstate the same in the next part of the series entitled Mission: Impossible - Fallout


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