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Actress Rachel Weisz recently discovered that her part in Terrence Malick’s upcoming film, To the Wonder, has been left on the cutting room floor.
"I had the experience of working with him but I will not have the pleasure of seeing my work,” she told the Italian paper La Stampa, reports Yahoo!, adding that she took the role in Wonder for the chance to work with the legendary director.
Other actors who filmed scenes for the movie that did not make its final cut were Amanda Peet and Michael Sheen.
The film stars Ben Affleck who gets married in Paris, but, once back in the U.S., his marriage begins to fall apart when he is reunited with an old flame, played by Rachel McAdams.
This is not the first time an actor has filmed scenes for a Malick film that have not made it into the final cut, notes The Huffington Post.
Mickey Rourke, Gary Oldman, Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Sheen were all cast in The Thin Red Line (1998), but were not seen in the finished movie.
Weisz’s movies include The Mummy (1999) and she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The Constant Gardener (2006).