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E.T. Was Supposed To Have A Much Different Ending

"I'll be right here." E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial has one of the most emotional endings in Steven Spielberg's entire catalogue. And yet, this almost wasn't the ending of the movie, as original star Robert MacNaughton -- who played Elliott's big brother, Michael -- now confirms an...
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