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Zootopia almost went in a much darker direction.
A kiss between Daphne and Velma was cut from the live action Scooby-Doo movie.
In an interview, the film’s editor, Kent Beyda, revealed that there were several cut scenes in which Velma showed romantic interest in Daphne. One of these scenes showed Velma seemingly drunk and singing “You’re Too Good to Be True” to both Daphne and Fred.
During the scene where all the character’s protoplasm are in the wrong bodies, the original solution to get them back in the right bodies was a kiss between Daphne and Velma. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Linda Cardellini confirmed they filmed a kiss for the movie.
Another scene from Scooby-Doo was cut where Daphne and Fred are talking and she implied that she faked orgasms while they were dating.
Beyda said there was a scene where Daphne and Fred had adjoining rooms and Fred attempted to spend the night with her so she wouldn’t be scared. Daphne said that she was always just pretending to be scared and that it wasn’t the only thing she faked in their relationship.
In another deleted scene from the film, Shaggy and Scooby ogle Mary Jane’s breasts while on the ride to Spooky Island.
The death of Bambi’s mom in Bambi was originally going to be much more graphic.
There was a cut scene in Zootopia where Nick and Judy ended up at a “Taming Party.”
The scene would’ve shown animals being given shock collars and getting zapped every time they showed too much emotion. This was determined to be to harsh for the final cut of the film.
An adult joke in an early cut of The Santa Clause ended up being removed from the film.
Scott made a joke about Neil’s mom’s number being “1-800-SPANK-ME. This number actually was the number for lines that lead to adult content, and there were concerns that this joke would lead to children dialing up the number in real life.
In Home Alone, a scene was deleted where Kevin’s uncle pantsed him.
In the tunnel scene in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, there’s a deleted scene where a chicken being decapitated was shown.
In Back to the Future, there’s a deleted scene where Marty worries he will be gay in the future.
There was originally a scene in The Lion King that showed Scar was the reason Nala went out into the jungle to convince Simba to come back.
In the scene, Scar tries to force Nala to marry him. He tells her, “You know, you really have no choice. I always get what I want.”
And lastly, there was an alternate ending of The Lion King that was much darker than the original one.
In the alternate ending, Scar would win the fight with Simba and throw him off of the rock. Simba would’ve survived the fall, but Scar would believe Simba to be dead. The flames on the Pride Rock would draw closer to Scar until they burn him alive. Disney producers didn’t want to go with this ending because they felt it was a tad too horrific.