28 Hilarious TV/Movie Moments Suggested By Actors

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In gray man, Suzanne answering “I will be happy [punch] you in the dick” to Lloyd was improvised by Jessica Henwick.


“I’ve got some zingers in there,” Henwick said.

The scene isn’t on YouTube yet, but you can watch the movie on Netflix. The moment arrives around 8:54 p.m.


In the last season of stranger thingsjoseph quinn improvised Eddie’s line to Steve “don’t be your big boy”:


This was confirmed by the stranger things writers!


And in season two, Murray dropping his eggs and looking at Jonathan to say “oops” actually happened in the moment – it wasn’t in the script, and actor Brett Gelman just agreed :


If you watch the clip, you can actually see Natalia Dyer trying not to laugh.


In The Adam Project, Ryan Reynolds came up with many funny lines from the movie when his character Adam meets his younger self. Like this one about his younger self having trouble understanding what “classified” means:


…and his wound “farts” when he coughs.


Reynolds also suggested the scene and line where two little girls are playing Free City 2 in free guy and say of Guy, ‘He’s just an NPC – waste that mother -.” Director Shawn Levy Shoot on it with her two daughters in their bedroom once the rest of the shoot is complete.


Taika Waititi also improvised a ton of his lines in the film, and many fell short. did was his line on “Albuquerque Boiled Turkey”.

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Screenwriter Matt Lieberman said, “There’s 80% of his lines that are in an editing room somewhere.”


In Our flag means deaththe little toe touch between Blackbeard and Stede after they got caught was improvised by Taika.


Rhys Darby, who plays Stede, said, “It was just Taika [Waititi] decide he should. Because we were looking at each other. Yeah, it was just a sweet little moment.”


John Cena improvised Peacemaker’s rant about who Economos might have trapped instead of his father in Peacemaker.


Steve Agee, who plays John Economos, said the original script mentioned Ariana Grande and possibly one other person, but director James Gunn told Cena to start listing people. There are exits where Cena lists even more people, if you’re interested.


In Schitt’s CreekAnnie Murphy wrote “A Little Bit Alexis” lyrics:

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Murphy was thrilled to have her own musical moment after Patrick’s “Simply the Best” and wrote the lyrics on a paper plate.


And Catherine O’Hara came with pronouncing “baby” as she did, which became a running gag on the show.


In Distraught, Alicia Silverstone also offered to pronounce “Haitiens” this way. Well, sort of. She actually thought it was pronounced that way, and the director, Amy Heckerling, thought it was so funny that she refused to correct it.


In Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope, when Han Solo and Luke burst in to save Leia and Han poses as a stormtrooper, Harrison Ford improvised the awkward “how are you” moment:


As Oliver and Charles follow Mabel in Only murders in the building, they start making jokes about STIs on Long Island. Oliver then launches into a song about it – it was improvised by Martin Short:

There’s no good YouTube clip, but the moment happens around 2:30 p.m. in Season 1, Episode 5, or you can watch a tiny bit of it. here.


Many Faye one-liners in Euphoria were improvised by Chloe Cherry, including “you’re probably eating that ginger’s ass”:


And when she asks Cal if he and Nate “fuck people together”:


Andrew Garfield proposed the Spider-Man: No Coming Home moment that includes a funny reference to the Spider-Man pointing meme:


He also has improvised the “I love you guys” he says to the other two Spider-Men:


Zendaya toss bread at Andrew’s Spider-Man in the film was also unscripted. At first, she picked up a candlestick, but she turned to the director and asked if she could use the bread on the table instead:


In The right place, Michael’s devilish laugh when he found out afterwards that *this* big reveal wasn’t scripted – it was something Ten Danson tried three or four takes that showrunner Mike Schur loved and told him to keep:


In The unbearable weight of massive talent, Nicholas Cage improvised shouting, “Nick f-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-ow-wow Cage!”

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“We are calling for action on this thing, and we are watching the scene unfold. I have no idea what will happen. He simply does. We call cut and take off the headphones, and Nic gets up, walks over to the monitors where we’re sitting, 20 feet away, and he looks at us and says, “I wanted this to be transcendent!” director Tom Gormican recounted.


It was too Nicolas Cage’s suggestion to distinguish the two versions of himself. The script just featured Nicky kissing Nicolas on the cheek. He also came up with the line, “You tell them Nic Cage smooches good.”


In Loki, Tom Hiddleston improvised the moment he throws down his glass and shouts “another!” :


It was a reference that Hiddleston threw into the iconic Thor moment when Thor throws down his cup of coffee and asks for another – which was also, by the way, improvised:


Returning to a classic – Malfoy’s line “I didn’t know you could read” from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets has been improvised by Tom Felton:


In don’t look up, Jonah Hill came with the line in the post-credits scene where his character says, “I’m the last man on Earth…don’t forget to like and subscribe.”


And Janie gets eaten by a Bronteroc has been Meryl Streep’s idea. She improvised her character wanting to know how she was going to die, which led to a collaborative effort that ultimately resulted in the addition of a post-credits scene where her character was, in fact, eaten by a Bronteroc: