Watch Novak Djokovic’s Deleted Cameo on ‘The Expendables 2’; Other Cameos Cut from Theatrical Release
By Rachelle Corpuz | August 19, 2014 12:47 PM EST
Novak Djokovic's cameo appearance in "The Expendables 2" has gone viral again. The current World No. 1 filmed a scene using only his tennis racket to beat up the bad guys.
According to The Big Lead, Djokovic flew to Bulgaria to film the scene for the said action flick. Unfortunately, Djokovic's cameo did not make it on the final version of the film. Instead, it was included in gag reel.
Watch Djokovic kick some terrorist's ass.
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Here's a behind-the-scenes look at Djokovic's cameo in "The Expendables 2."
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There are many celebrities who have filmed cameo appearances and acted their socks off, but their scenes ultimately ended being cut. Even though, their cameos were cut from the movie, the social media and the Internet have made them available for everyone to see. Below are some of the celebrities' cameos which were deleted from the movie.
Ben Affleck in "Elektra"
In the deleted scene, Affleck appeared as Matt Murdock and not as "Daredevil." He was asking Elektra to come back and stay with him. They gave each other a hug and then, Elektra suddenly seemed to have woken up from a dream.
Video courtesy: YouTube/Nikola Ancic
Mickey Rourke in "The Thin Red Line"
Rourke has filmed scenes for "The Thin Red Line," which was shot in Australia. However, Rourke's scenes did not make the final cut. Other celebrities such as Viggo Mortensen and Bill Pullman also reportedly filmed scenes that were also deleted from the motion picture.
Video courtesy: YouTube/Илья Гришкин
Harrison Ford in "E.T."
Ford was cast as Elliot's principal, while his ex-wife Melissa Mathison also had a small part as a nurse in "E.T." Reportedly, director Steven Spielberg had to delete Ford's scene because he didn't want other faces of adults, except Elliot's mother, to show until the end of the movie.
Video courtesy: YouTube/Humberto Manlio
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