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Whenever you impale somebody from their back and the blade comes out their chest, there are issues." In the original version of Coulson's (what turned out to be temporary) death, the edge of Loki's scepter bursts through the unsuspecting agent's torso.
In the version released to theaters, the protruding blade has been edited out altogether and clever cuts lessen the horror of Coulson's cold-blooded murder, making it less visceral and more palatable for younger viewers. The offending scenes involved leading man Peter Weller and Kevin Page, who played the young executive that gets shot to ribbons during a botched demonstration of the ED-209 police robot.
After host Conan O'Brien asked why the scene wound up on the cutting room floor, she demurred. As the critic for trilogy contains a scene in which a character named Edward is stabbed in the eye with a butter knife while sleeping.
Tris (portrayed by Shailene Woodley in the film adaptations) stems Edward's bleeding. Director Neil Burger came to Lionsgate's defense over the decision to remove this scene, claiming it had more to do with overall cinematic flow than achieving a PG-13 rating.
But he then went on to admit that there was "a lot of trimming" done to tone down the more violent elements.
"It's something we all did as kids with Barbie and Ken dolls," the "There's nothing we're asking for that hasn't appeared in other R-rated movies, and our characters are made of wood and have no genitalia," producer Scott Rudin said of his prolonged battle to avoid the NC-17 rating.The problem wasn't the inspection itself (which is a common practice at such events) but the way in which the mortified mutt is told to deal with the situation."He was telling him he needs to go to his 'zen place' and I like right away was, 'Wait... '" These are the words of Arizona mom Terina Maldonado, who penned a letter about the movie that wound up going viral (via )."At the very, very end of the credits, we had him going and killing an infant version of Hitler.[We] decided that was a little too harsh — not killing Hitler, but killing a baby." The scene was shot and included in a test cut, but audiences didn't react as favorably as the filmmakers originally envisioned.
There were some lines that they wouldn't cross, however, as Tim Miller revealed at an early screening. Ozzy and Drax were supposed to visit Gonad's Gym to question the sperm cells working out there, but in the final cut, the only reference to the place is a sticker that briefly appears on Drax's suitcase.