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  • n  a scene that is filmed but is not used in the final editing of the film

  • The carefully selected image, likely an outtake, tells the reader he's not just The One, he's one of us as well.
  • Whatever the merits of Jackson's arguments, the PUSH crusade has begun to look a bit like an outtake from the satirical film Network.
  • It's not easy to use, and the bonus outtake reel isn't terribly funny, but the gimmick will probably appeal to the most, um, die-hard fans.

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