But not many, only about 0.1%, made it into “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”
Heidecker played whaleboat captain Daniel Gooobler, a minor role. Here is one that did not make the cut, “Me eat people.”
Star-Lord Drops the Orb of Mass Destruction
Did Chris Pratt drop the coveted orb of universal destruction on purpose? That depends. Director James Gunn claimed Pratt accidentally dropped it in the director’s cut commentary, but Pratt insists he did it purposely.
Gunn doubted the known prankster, saying he believed him “about 90%.” Neither scenario was in the script, but, hey, it made the cut.
RDJ Revealed One of Stark’s Most-Loved Lines Came From His Kids
It appeared in “Avengers: Endgame” as Tony Stark is saying goodnight to his daughter Morgan.
RDJ’s real-life daughter said it to him once. It was presumably the biggest number the young girl could think of, “I love you 3000.” No surprise, it’s one of the film’s most heart-melting moments.
Tobey Maguire Throws Out a Few Lines Depicting Peter Parker
Tobey Maguire played Spider-Man way back in 2002. In Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man,” Maguire portrayed a young Spidey. As Peter Parker, he had to learn how to web. Maguire was given some leeway as he tried out Parker’s new abilities.
He referred to old-fashioned comic superheroes like Superman and Captain Marvel with “Shazam!” and “Up and away web!”
Iron Man’s Death Scene Was Made up on the Spot
It may come as a surprise, but Tony Stark’s death at the end of “Avengers: Endgame” was patched together, impromptu.
Tom Holland explained that to prepare, the Russo Brothers and Kevin Feige brought together RDJ, Gwyneth Paltrow, Holland, and Don Cheadle. Sans script, the actors and directors hashed out the emotional scene.