Reshoots That Saved or Sank Hollywood Films

From casting news to behind-the-scenes teases, there’s a greater transparency into the filmmaking process now than ever before. That transparency often includes times when reshoots are required. While the common train of thought is that filmmakers get all the footage they need the first time around during production, that sometimes isn’t the case. With the huge investments being made into these kinds of films, studios and directors often find the need to make extensive, and sometimes costly, reshoots to improve the film’s quality both in how it’ll perform at the box office and with audiences and critics alike. Here are 19 examples of when reshoots either paid off or sank big Hollywood films. ~Paolo Maquiraya

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