30 January 2013 11:30 | By Sean Plummer
Left behind: Deleted movie performances

Let’s look at some of the most infamous edits in movie history.



Tony Leung in The Grandmaster (© xinmsn, Shaw Organisation)
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  • Tony Leung in The Grandmaster (© xinmsn, Shaw Organisation)
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  • Michelle Monaghan in Constantine 2005 (© Mario Anzuoni, Reuters Warner Bros.)
  • James Gandolfini in Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close 2011 (© Robyn Beck, AFP Reuters Warner Bros.)
  • Mickey Rourke in The Thin Red Line 1998 (© Tiffany Rose, WireImage 20th Centry Fox)
  • Amy Poehler in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy 2004 (© Theo Wargo, Getty Images DreamWorks)
  • Harrison Ford in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1982 (© Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images Universal Studios)
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Wong Kar Wai’s martial arts flick The Grandmaster is known for its stellar cast, lengthy and laborious filming, and of course, the infamous debacle over the director’s decision to cut away many of lead actor Tony Leung’s scenes. Leung, who plays the legendary Ip Man, is far from the first actor to give their all on – and off – screen, only to find their efforts dropped from the final cut. To that end, let’s look at some of the most notorious edits in movie history.

The Grandmaster (PG-13) is now showing in all cinemas.

Check out our interview with Tony Leung and Wong Kar Wai here!

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