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The Cutting Room
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Remember the old term "cutting room floor?" Man... how things have changed.
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The age old expression cutting room floor is used in the animation and movie market as a determine of conversation mentioning empty video not involved in the completed movie. In fact offcuts of movie are maintained in a unique reducing area bin and designated during the modifying process in case they are required later. The term 'bin ends' is an substitute term.
Although the omission of shot content happens somewhat for every acting professional ever shot, many popular actors' whole overall look in a particular venture have completed up on the 'cutting area floor' at one level or another throughout their professions, such as Charlie Chaplin (when he unintentionally stepped onto the set of a "Keystone Cops" upon first coming to Hollywood), Eric Stoltz's whole efficiency as Marty McFly in Back to the Upcoming (when home Bob Zemeckis determined to recast Eileen J. Fox midway through shooting because Stoltz's efficiency was not light-hearted enough), and Ashton Depp's efficiency in Platoon (Oliver Rock sensed Depp's story diverted from the primary of the story). Other cases are Kevin Costner (as the companion whose burial is joined in The Big Chill), Bob Lithgow (as super-agent Bob Zell in L.A. Story), and Phyllis Diller (as a irritable next door neighbor in Juno).
The stars still get compensated for the efficiency (since they did movie the 'cut' moments, even though they were removed) and since the introduction of the DVD, their shows may often be raised from the dead via prolonged director's reduces, or as accessories on the eliminated moments sections involved on many DVD produces.
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