wrote in diceboxing,
So have you guys gotten
the novelization yet? It is amazing to see the stuff that got
cut out of the movie!! I mean, some of it more than others. Because,
ew, het. But if you can work past that, it's totally worth your
Anyway, behind the
cut is a scene that totally wasn't in the movie. This is specifically
who was going crazy about the shot in the international trailer
where Molly is firing the machine gun and flying with a jet pack
and it wasn't in the movie! I bet it'll be in the deleted scenes.
Along with the Molly/Vasquez kiss in the bloopers, right? Screengrabs/manips
plz seriously. ;-* I NEED more vitamin Mollquez in my diet like
ficlets are all that keep me going these days >:-D~~ That is
me drooling because yes.
This goes right between
when Vasquez escapes down the corridor and the finally fight in
Griffen loosed a
volley of swears as they ran down the cement corridor.
"Watch your mouth," said Molly snippily, one hand
on her stomach, "you'll startle the baby."
Griffen looked at her with a face of shock. "I'm too busy
being startled BY the baby. A baby! How can you be having a
"The usual way," Molly said quickly. "You just
keep your mind on Vasquez."
"Right," said Griffen, putting his feelings aside
with a toss of his beautiful hair. His hands fisted and he started
running more fast down the corridor. "VASQUEZ!"
But Vasquez was still running fast like a panther being chased
by another, not-as-fast panther. Suddenly, she made a sudden
dive down a side corridor.
As the duo made the same diving turn, they found only dark,
inky blackness surrounding them. Griffen activated the light
on his space watch, and found a switch on the wall.
They stood in a storage room filled with crates and crates of
unlabeled crates. Skylights above showed the sky of Martian
Calcutta above them, dark and starrily beautiful. There, panting
in the middle of the room like a cornered Spanish cougar, was
"We've cornered you, Vasquez," yelled Griffen, his
pearly teeth gritting with furious anger. "Cornered you
like a Spanish cougar! Give up!"
"Nunca!" said Vasquez, laughing her evil cackle. "You
are mucho loco, Señor Griffen, to think I can be cornered
so easily! What you do not know about me es muy grande, I think---and
little Juanito will agree!"
Suddenly both Molly and Griffen noticed that Vasquez had been
holding John hostage all along.
"Johnny!" cried Griffen through gnashed, still pearly
teeth. "Hold on, Johnny, we'll save you!"
The little boy smiled through tears of fear. "I'm okay,
Mr. Ace! I can be brave, too! I can be brave---"
Vasquez hoisted the boy under one arm. "Si, you may have
kept the rest of mi niños away from me, but with this
little one's modified DNA, I can start again! You see, mi amigo
y amiga? I am not the cornered gato, no. You will see that I
am actually a horse of a different colores altogether. I am
a bird in the sky of space!"
She began laughing and laughing even harder, and Molly and Griffen
gasped. She was beginning to lift off the ground!
"She can FLY?" gasped Molly unbelievingly.
Griffen swore again. "Dammitall! She's a bipath!"
Molly furrowed her otherwise beautiful brow. "What's a
Griffen pointed an answering finger at Vasquez.
"Helpful," said Molly, while Vasquez was now flying
over to a crate and wrenching it open with her free hand. From
it she pulled two breathing masks, placing one over the young
squirming mouth of poor John. The other she put on her own face.
Flying there, a terrified boy under her arm, an eye patch and
face mask on her face, she looked terrifying, but totally sexy.
"Goodbye, Molly and Griffen!" she cried. "I hope
that tu enjoy tu terriblísimo deaths!" And she smashed
through the skylight and out into the space-sky of Martian Calcutta.
"DAMMIT!" said Griffen. Molly ran to the crate to
grab a mask for them both. "NOW WHAT?" he said, the
air sucking out of the room and fluttering his leathy jacket.
At that moment, a few hundred of Vasquez's goons came streaming
through the door, guns blazing! Molly and Griffen drew their
guns and took some cover.
"We don't have time for this!" said Griffen, popping
up to shoot three goons in the head while the entirity of them
managed to miss him in turn. "We need to get Vasquez! And
"I agree," said Molly, agreeing." She thought
hard, and while doing so, a spray of gunfire cracked their crate,
revealing two jet packs within.
Their eyes met.
"No," said Griffen, shaking his head, his bangs flopping
into his deep, rich eyes. But the spirit of the little baby
in her belly egged her on, and Molly grabbed one, putting it
"We won't be able to stop her with these little guns!"
said Griffen, shaking his frankly wussy handgun in the air.
Another spray of gunfire broke the crate he was hiding behind,
revealing two machine guns and four belts of extra space bullets
Molly grinned at him with happy teeth. "Fine," grumbled
Griffen. "I'm not one to question Space God." He slung
two belts of bullets around him like Chewbacca, threw the extras
to Molly, and put on his own jet pack.
"Molly, listen," he said, touching her face as they
prepared to fly off to the firey, explosive climax. "If
anything should happen to me, I... I want you to know that..."
Molly held his hand in place. "It's okay, Ace. You don't
have to say anything. We'll be fine. Vasquez is right about
one thing." She leaned close and whispered into his perfect
ear: "Es solamente the beginning."
And with that they rose into the air, guns blazing, shouting
at the soon-to-be-dead guards and flying out the skylight, speeding
through the stars, following the sound of poor little John's
brave, terrified screamings.
That makes the climax
make a LOT more sense---I mean, how did they get from the lobby
to the spaceship anyway? JETPACKS is how, bitches! Happy unbirthday