“We’ll need a bigger ship.” Jaws, another of the most quoted lines in the film, was also improvised.in the line become real A joke was thrown around during production, as producers Richard Zanuck and David Brown were stingy. Writer Karl Gottlieb said it “became a catchphrase for when something went wrong.” Director Roy Scheider kept the phrase in during filming, but it was used in the now-famous scene after the character first sees the shark.
The famous “You talk to me?” had no lines.scene from Taxi driver. Director Martin Scorsese Asked Robert De Niro says something to himself in the mirror. “He kept saying, ‘Are you talking to me?'” continued Scorsese. “He just repeated it and kept repeating it… It was like a jazz riff, just like a solo.” De Niro said he had no idea how famous the line would become. rice field. “I never knew that. I just did it.”
in the opening scene of BatmanMichael Keaton was actually supposed to say “I’m a knight” or “I’m a vengeance”.But he and director Tim Burton both felt it didn’t work out — so Keaton impromptu The now iconic “I am Batman”.
Hilarious “She talks in her sleep” line Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was impromptu By Sean Connery.
Matthew McConaughey came up with his catchphrase as an actor: “Okay, okay, okay.”he pronounced first phrase of dazed and confused, The idea came to me when I was listening to a live recording of The Doors in my car and heard Jim Morrison say “All right all right all right” between songs. McConaughey (who wasn’t originally scheduled to appear in the scene) used each “okay” to express one of the character’s tenets: rock’n’roll, getting high, and his car.
Good Will Hunting A memorable final line could easily have been something else.Robin Williams Tried Dozens Of Different Lines, But ‘He Stole My Lines,’ Writer-Star Matt Damon Says Already knew It was perfect and in that moment I was like, ‘Oh my God, what a line, how did I not come up with that?
One of the most famous lines of Casablanca — and let’s be honest, the history of cinema is — “Here’s looking at you, Kidd.”Humphrey Bogart Himself actually came out Due to the use of this line during the filming of the Paris flashback scene, the scriptwriters decided to use it several more times in the film, including this iconic ending scene.
one of the most quoted lines from alien “Game Over!” Actually Bill Paxton came up with He said that line himself (although it was in rehearsal, not filming). “‘It’s game over, dude! [played by] Bill Hope is someone who probably came up with video games.Back then… it was always “game over” at the end of the quarter [on the screen].So I was wondering if anyone has used it [line], because it was good. I didn’t expect it to become popular. ”
Jack Nicholson is I meant to say In this scene “You already know the truth” good men. Instead, he ad-libbed, “You can’t handle the truth!”, which became the film’s most famous line.
Nicholson too impromptu From the unfazed “It’s Johnny!” Shining, Refer to Johnny’s introduction “The Tonight Show” starring Johnny Carson. This line became so famous that it was even used on T-shirts for movies.
and, Avengers/EndgameThe famous line Morgan says to Tony and later repeats to her was originally “I love you tons”.Downey Jr. Himself was suggested Morgan changes it to “I love you 3,000 times” because that’s what real-life kids say to him.
Downey Jr. I also came up with The end of his famous line “I’m Iron Man” iron man, This probably changed the trajectory of the entire MCU.
“Tears in the Rain” Speech blade runner was Partially Improvise. Actor Rutger Hauer was ordered to give a longer speech, but he rewrote and improvised a shorter version. In particular, he came up with perhaps the most famous line in the entire film: “Tears in the rain.”
famous midnight cowboy A scene where Rico hits a taxi that is about to hit and shouts, ‘I’m walking here!’was improvisation. They didn’t have the funds to create a full set with perks, so they used “stolen shots” using hidden cameras on real streets. At some point the characters cross the street. I was rehearsing and timing my lines so I could cross when the light turned green. But the first shot nearly hit them with a car ignoring the signal. Dustin Hoffman kept his character, exclaiming, “I’m walking here!”Today it is one of the most cited movie line all the time.
billy crystal impromptu frequently quoted section When Harry met Sally When he talks about pecan pie in a goofy voice. Meg Ryan agreed, but not until he stared off-camera with a laugh. You can see it in the final scene.
Two memorable lines Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets First, Lucius’ comment that Harry will always be around to play the hero, and Harry’s retort that he will be the hero.Jason Isaacs and Daniel Radcliffe came up with Dialogue on the spot. Isaacs called Harry’s response his favorite line in the series.
Malfoy’s funny line “I didn’t know you could read” again Tom Felton’s ad-lib — he forgot the real line.
Gerard Butler didn’t improvise the film’s iconic line, “THIS IS SPARTA,” 300, his dialogue cry was just a throwaway last take. “We did quite a few takes, and most of them were like, ‘This is Sparta,'” says Gerald. Said The Hollywood Reporter said the words in a low grunt. “And that’s part of the process, and maybe part of the anxiety. Actors in the audience actually struggled to laugh at his over-the-top performance, but director Zack Snyder said no. This scream is what made this line so famous and imitated.
And finally, let’s end with two that the actors didn’t come up with on their own, but were suggested (by others on set) at the moment.
of quiet place, John Krasinski’s character was supposed to say “I love you” before he died.Millicent Simmons was suggested He instead said, “I’ve always loved you,” which he accepted on set. This shocking moment was one of the most memorable in the film.
The classic “What are you waiting for?” line-in i know what you did last summer was suggested and directed By a kid who won a contest to create a moment in a movie.