WARNING:If you haven’t seen these movies, there ARE spoilers to the endings.
"Pretty Woman" ends with Richard Gere driving to Julia Roberts' neighborhood to give her the fairy tale ending she's always wanted. But in the original script, he shows up with $3,000 for spending the week with him, then drives off. And she ends up on her knees in the gutter picking up the money, after throwing it against his car window in disgust. Also, Julia's character was a drug addict in addition to being a prostitute, and Gere wouldn't let her use, so she suffered from withdrawal during the week. The movie was ultimately made by Touchstone, a subsidiary of Disney, so obviously they made a lot of changes.
"Rocky": Rocky throws the fight for money . . . instead of taking world champion Apollo Creed 15 rounds and losing by decision . . . and buys Adrienne the pet store.
"Alien": The alien kills Sigourney Weaver by biting off her head . . . then gets on the radio and communicates with Earth in her voice.
"Seven": In the movie, after Brad Pitt finds his girlfriend's head in a box, he shoots the killer, Kevin Spacey. But originally they were going to have Brad's partner, Morgan Freeman, kill him, so Brad wouldn't get the blame.
"There's Something About Mary": After Ben Stiller FINALLY hooks back up with Cameron Diaz, he gets hit by a bus. The end.
I love stuff like this. A comedian turned stay-at-home dad (I can hear the collective “Awwww” of the ladies out there) decided to keep up with his writing, he would leave witty post it notes around the house and post them to his Tumblr blog. I have listed the actual website along with my favorite post it so far. Click on the link if you dare…I’ve haven’t been able to drag myself away from it!
This guy is awesome! His boss brings her dog into work and he recreates memorable movie posters with her. (The dog, not his boss!)
This may be the greatest blog I've ever come across! A woman gives her 5 year old son titles of 80s songs and he draws whatever comes to his mind from there. There are some real gems in here and I intend to keep checking up on this blog. Brilliant! I give you...Drawn To The 80s!
This is one of my favorites...Man In The Mirror by Michael Jackson. Haha!
Remember when you were a kid and the ball pit was your happy place? I feel like all we really need in this crazy world is a bunch of ball pits and the opportunity to make new friends! I love this:
My first radio interview was Adam Lambert on my birthday! IT WAS AWESOME!!! He was the SWEETEST! I will cherish this FOR-EV-ER! (My friends say I look like I'm gonna pee my pants in this pic...this may or may not be true.)