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

James Gandolfini in Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011)



James Gandolfini in Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close 2011 (© Robyn Beck, AFP Reuters Warner Bros.)
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He may have been in the film’s initial trailer and credited in its poster, but James Gandolfini is nowhere to be seen in the final version of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. The movie adaptation of the Jonathan Safran Foer novel casts newcomer Thomas Horn as an autistic boy trying to find the lock to a key he finds in the belongings of his father (Tom Hanks) who died in the Twin Towers. The Sopranos star was cast as a potential love interest for Sandra Bullock’s character, a 9/11 widow, but test audiences disliked their scenes together, and Gandolfini’s performance was subsequently cut.

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