more deleted scenes!

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Pepperony Week: Day Five – Post Civil War (Homecoming tie-in)
Tony is still learning how to be this father/mentor figure to Peter properly, he has doubt about himself because he didn’t exactly have any role models he can learn from, but luckily he has Pepper, who is here to give him advice and encourages him.
Later:

‘My dad never really gave me a lot of support, I’m.. um, just trying to break the cycle chain..’

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It’s interesting because Star Wars continues to evolve and George when watching that scene, he really liked it, but then he went “Uhhh, we have to take that scene out.” “Why, George?” “Because the Sith can’t become ghosts. That’s not what they do. They’re so concerned with their corporeal existence, and wealth, and power that they can’t think beyond that. They don’t think about the afterlife. That’s why they’re all afraid to die. That’s why they’re always trying to figure out how to cheat death.” […] So that scene was cut. But that’s the cool thing about The Clone Wars. It’s the last George Lucas produced Star Wars. And there’s so much you can learn about that mythology by watching that show very carefully.

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even more deleted scenes!! some highlights:

• charles breaking doors down
• gina’s work ethic
• AMY AND JAKE QUESTIONING THAT GUY
• terry’s coffee cup
• don’t. poop. on. the. subway

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“I think perhaps for the first time since Loki discovered his true lineage you see him authentically show his emotions. It was really important to me with Loki that having been the antagonist, a character who has always in control of his emotions, who’s charming and playful and a master manipulator, a chess master with people that we break him down, spiritually. And Frigga’s death is something that shatters him.” TH | TDW commentary

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A reminder

Four months ago, we were graced with the masterpiece that was
Double Black episode

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Hardy and Ellie - from Broadchurch Season Two
(including a couple of deleted scenes from the “Making Of” documentary on the DVD)

David Tennant & Olivia Colman on their characters:

DT: They’re sort of hollowed-out by the events of series 1
OC: …and only have each other, actually.  So although they aggravate each other, they only have each other to talk to