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What really happened off camera during great movie moments

Here's a few pictures I made for this contest - cracked was wondering what was happening just outside of frame during famous movie scenes:

Gaming... OF THE FUTURE!

What do you get if you ask a bunch of crazy geeks for their predictions about the gaming industry? Another great article on cracked, that's what. Here's my submissions for it:

Rejected Post-Credits Scenes from Superhero Movies

By now it's been done so often that it almost seems there's a law demanding it: Superhero movies aren't complete any more unless, after the credits, they feature one last scene that adds a twist to the story, hints at the next sequel or both.

When cracked asked their photoplasters to think of some typical scenes for this contest I suggested these two - with Spiderman making the article:

Discarded first drafts of famous record covers

Designing a memorable record cover is hard work - nothing shows this better than some of the designs that *almost* got published:

Signs - and what they really tell us!

Now that was a really funny one - I only made it in once, but the photoplasty to find alternative meanings for warning signs turned up a whole bunch of really funny pictures - go and check them out.

And when you're back look at my submissions below:

Apps For Your Brain

It can't be long now and science will have found a way to integrate computer processors into implants to allow us to run all kinds of programs in our heads - without the need for keyboards or monitors.

Imagine the possibilities!

Previously unknown deleted scenes

We all know that usually much more material is shot for a movie than ends up on screen - scenes get cut for time, or because they contain material not important for the movie's main plot and they somehow mess with the general flow...

Here's a few examples

The space toilet first seen in Star Trek V actually was first shown in this scene from the beginning of Star Trek III: