Reshoots, Hollywood or otherwise, are more the norm than you might think. Directors, sometimes on their own, sometimes at the behest of the respective studios financing their films, will return months after principal photography for reshoots, replacing preexisting material with new shots or scenes, or, due to edits in post-production, shooting new scenes to bridge preexisting material. It's rare, however, for a director and the cast of a film to reteam, not for reshoots exactly, but to film an all-new scene.

According to the Heatvision blog, that's exactly what Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, and director Robert Schwentke (The Time Traveler's Wife, Flightplan, Tattoo) are doing this weekend for their upcoming action comedy, Red, the big-screen adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's comic-book miniseries for Wildstorm Comics (a DC Comics imprint). They're back in Louisiana, where parts of Red were shot earlier this year for Summit Entertainment. Willis, Malkovich, and Schwentke are shooting a new post-credits tag or "button" (in the parlance of some critics and industry types) as a treat for moviegoers who decide to sit through the end credits. Willis' other co-stars, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, and Mary-Louise Parker, weren't mentioned in Heatvision's report, so presumably they won't appear in the new scene.