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Kevin Smith is so kind to show you an exclusive deleted scene from his comedy buddy cop film, Cop Out. He even has pretty ...
storyboard pictures to describe the scene.
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Kevin Smith: Hi I'm Kevin Smith man and right now we're going to show you an exclusive cut from our CopOut something that wasn't in the movie, wasn't good enough to be in the movie and you're sitting there 0:00:08 what are you talking about none of that was good enough to be in the movie I will be like what this is especially was a rancid not as bad smelling as the other stuff that was in the picture, check it out there is lot of fun most importantly it's free, so I don't want to hear any that I didn't like that it's free, you can't complaint when it's free, enjoy.
Male Speaker: Jim I'm bored, I'm going to call Debby right now, call me back, okay. I had the phone in wrong way I was talking to the back of the phone I wonder if she is cheating on me.
Kevin Smith: Now lets go back to the real movie.
Tracy Morgan: Free cell phones, have free cell phones. I went undercover, very special detective work I wasn't just doing an impersonation of a phone, I channel the phone. Never been done before, it's never been done before. Whose bump, I'm just bored on here, it ain't going to happen.
Kevin Smith: I got story boards, a poof. Tracy in the cell phone suit that was always scripted and it was one of those things what I read it and I was like I'm not a fan of big giants silly suit comedy that don't really do it for me, it wasn't until we got this set, dude put on the suit that certainly, I was like wow this is kind of a genius visual.
Tracy Morgan: Check it out.
Kevin Smith: Right here, it's dude who played a Juan one who is brother. We learned later on, his name is Cory Fernandez he's a stand-up comedy kid in New York he hadn't done any film work before. He came and he wanted the people. I just like the look of him, he look like that creepy younger brother from those movies, you know the dude of the strong silent type, but didn't you know he is vicious but he don't say much, kind of like Gary Busey in Lethal Weapon. Cory is so not the character he plays and he is always like very funny and very sweet on that and this dude knocked it out the part man, he was just so enthusiastic to the whole process.