Did anybody watching Iron Man in India catch the 'surprise' dialogue between Samuel Jackson and Robert Downey Jr. buried in the end credits?
Because I didn't. Not because I didn't sit through the end credits - I always do - but because as usual, the theatre didn't run the credits through to the end.
Also as usual, this made me seethe and compose scathing letters to theatre executives and righteous ones to the producers/distributors, in my head.
Of course, this should teach filmmakers not to bury treasure in places where it'll never be found. I can see script meetings where everyone tears their scanty hair out figuring out the exact place after the film where there will be maximum impact: 30 seconds in! Two frames after the end credit montage! Lead in to teaser with subliminal flash frames right in the last scene so that viewers will stay rooted to their seats!
And isn't Robert Downey Jr. hot?
Also saw first (uninspiring) promos for Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, Abbas Tyrewala's first feature as director. Many reasons why I'm waiting to see this film but July is still some way off.