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Despite its seriousness, Avengers: Infinity War is at times a pretty lighthearted movie, and in keeping with Marvel Studios tradition, a lot of its best moments are totally improvised. We're getting into major spoilers for Infinity War, so turn back now if you're one of the three people on Earth who hasn't seen it. A new interview with the film's screenwriters on Yahoo Entertainment has shed light on one of Infinity War's biggest laugh-out-loud moments, revealing it to be a clever bit of improv from Dave Bautista, who plays Drax. According to Christopher Markus, who co-wrote the script for Infinity War with Stephen McFeely, Bautista made a significant addition the script, punching the scene up by throwing in an extra quip for Drax at the end of one exchange...
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Jeremy Renner's improv about shooting quicksilver was brilliant. Now I know it was improv'd it makes a bit more sense. I was a little surprised that he said "bastard" in the line. I was thinking, "this film's a 12 right, I'm surprised they approved that line". Turns out no, it wasn't in the script but it was so well done they kept it in.
I would not really call this improv. It's more...workshopped. There's a huge difference between actors working together to figure out their characters' interactions versus just filming actors just saying whatever floats in their head and hoping it turns out OK. See Ghostbusters 2016.
Oh no no no. Drax is by far one of my favorite characters ever. But that gamora thing that drax said always sounded so out of character, tone and just out of place. It's one of the only cringe moments for me in the entire series. I REALLY didn't want to know this.
The scene that had me in absolute tears was the post credit scene in Gaurdians of the Galaxy 2 where the guy is practicing with the magic whistle arrow and it hits Drax😂😂😂 He was just minding his own business hahahaha
Some of the best stuff just simply comes from improv. I'd probably even argue that without at least a little improv in your movie, unless the script nails the movie perfectly enough, your movie degrades in quality. Improv brings the creativity out of the actor to become more in the character rather than just saying lines from some pieces of paper.
It's real easy to assume a large, muscle bound MMA/wrestler like Bautista is a muscle head in the roles for his muscles and not his talent, but this shows even those guys can be brilliant and artistic.
There was so much good stuff that came out of that movie. Die blanket of death! NO! Oh screw you, you big green asshole, I'll do it myself! And if I die. Yes, that's what killing you means. Uh Mt Stark I'm being beamed up!
It can only be a great thing to improvise some lines. Sure, have a skeletal frameowrk of course, and let the actors shows their skill, but on that framework.
What we get is truly skilled and genius actors that make a great movie, into an awesome movie.
Plus. the director & edit room have the final say and there is very very few scenes that have only the one take, so who cares... I bet there have been some improvs that simply did not work or make the edit, but as we see here... Many of the stuff absolutely did.
One other thing too, is that with so much of these movies having CGI coming out of the ears, even some shiot acting can be "brushed up"
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