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This Red, White & Royal Blue Deleted Scene Is Filled With So Much Delicious Tension

This Red, White & Royal Blue Deleted Scene Is Filled With So Much Delicious Tension


This Red, White & Royal Blue Deleted Scene Is Filled With So Much Delicious Tension
Screengrab via YouTube (Amazon Prime Video)

If we can't get a 3-hour cut, at least we can get a little extra.

Despite the completely unfounded R-rating (sorry, I’m never getting over that), Red, White & Royal Bluehas solidified itself as the top movie on Amazon Prime Video and has received some pretty stellar, well-deserved praise.

Even though we were hoping there was a 3-hour cut that we may see and then crushed to find out it didn’t exist, there are still a few deleted and extended scenes that were recently released to extend our viewing pleasure!

The first, entitled “Cornetto at Kensington Palace,” takes place before Alex (Taylor Zakhar Perez) and Henry (Nicholas Galitzine) fall for each other when their relationship was still full of sexual tension and feigned hatred.

It’s a bummer this scene was cut, because it develops more of the playful relationship between the two, and also lets Alex have a little more fun with his sarcastic wit. In it, he takes a picture of their hands with ice cream to start fueling the rumors of their friendship, and if the audience wasn’t certain about their flirtatious nature before, it’s more than obvious by the end of the scene, which you can watch below.

The other new bit of RWRB content we were recently blessed with is an extended, “Part 2” of the “Feel Forever” scene when Alex first comes out to his mother (Uma Thurman) and she offers him her support (and also reminds him the “B” in “LGBTQ” is not silent).

We recently had a chance to chat with the main actors, Taylor Zakhar Perez and Nicholas Galitzine, about the love story, where they discussed how they brought their characters to live and the importance behind what they were doing.

If you haven’t seen the movie yet, you can become part of the surge in new Prime Video members who have signed up directly because of the film and see for yourself why it’s received a 94 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Red, White & Royal Blue is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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