It was a Brit dominated night at the 71st Emmy awards, with many British stars taking home the prizes from across the pond. Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag picked up most of the comedy awards with Game of Thrones taking home the prize for best drama.
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Whether you flub a line or trip getting to your mark, all actors make mistakes. This is what make us human!
Blunders aren't an end all thing and in some cases, they can add a lot more to the scene and make the character more human! The team at IPM have put together their top picks for where actors' blunders that made it into the final cut:
Yes you heard right, while it seems like something Starlord would do, it was in fact an act of clumsiness by Pratt who quickly retrieved it and continued the scene like nothing happened.
While the, chandelier was scripted, Mckellen hitting his head was not and it definitely got a few laughs out of us, but this goes to show that even the most experienced actors can make some blunders.
Ouch, at the same time it worked as we are greeted by Mia's driver Joe, showing concern for her well being. The director loved the moment so much that it made the final cut!
Now at this point you would think he would stop, but instead Cruise continued the scene climbing up the building and limping off camera.
It was clear that the director was not impressed and we can hear the director telling Benicio of as he tells the character to speak in English. But this goes to show that the film set while serious is also a place where actors can have a lot of fun.
However DiCaprio had actually cut his hand on the glass and the blood we see is real, but the director, instead of calling cut, left the camera rolling and we see DiCaprio continue the scene while he is still bleeding. He even smeared his blood on the actress playing Django's wife. Not so pleasant, but we definitely remember his role for this moment.
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