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When Endless Waltz was released to movie theaters in Japan as a lead-in to the Gundam franchise's 20th anniversary, several new scenes were included. This gave approximately ten minutes of new footage to the story. Most of this footage comes in the form of an extended battle scene between the Gundams, but there are a few noteworthy changes that were made between the two versions:
Ending Description, "Dirty Blood"Jin defeated True Ogre and had avenged his mother at last. Suddenly, due to the extreme battle, True Ogre violently exploded. Mere seconds after his victory, Jin is attacked by Heihachi's Tekken Force soldiers; he received multiple gunshot wounds. Slowly succumbing to death, Heihachi shoots Jin in the head, killing his own grandson. However, when Heihachi turned his back and walked away, he saw the bodies of his soldiers before him and turned around to see Jin morphed into his devil form, Devil Jin. Jin then slammed Heihachi through a wall of the temple and violently hurled Heihachi down into the ground. Finally, Jin spread his wings and flew off. Heihachi, weakly, sat up and watched as his grandson, Devil Jin, disappeared into the night.
Afterwards, Kazuya regains consciousness and confronts Jin. He then transforms into his devil form and physically strikes Jin (possibly with telekinesis), sending him through the wall and taking the battle outside. Jin attempts to defeat him without the usage of his Devil powers, but Jin was no match for his demonic father, and Devil Kazuya cruelly urges him to transform into Devil Jin. Alisa then attempts to defeat Devil Kazuya instead, but is shut down by Jin. Annoyed that Jin has been using a "doll" to do his work, Devil Kazuya crushes Alisa in half with one single stomp, throwing Xiaoyu into despair. Afterwards, Jin finally transforms into Devil Jin, in order to put an end to the Mishima Bloodline, though his form is completely unstable and out of control; Devil Kazuya then easily defeats his son. However, as he believes he's victorious, Jin finally takes control of his new form, surprising Devil Kazuya and revealing that he never needed the M-Cell. With his Devil powers, now utilized, Jin successfully defeats his father, sending him plummeting into a nearby waterfall and declaring that the Devil's power is now his.
Differences between the novel and the movie: In the novel: Dizzy (Dina Meyer) is a man. Johnny Rico (Casper Van Dien) is Filipino. Carl (Neil Patrick Harris) is killed in a bug raid on a research station. Jean Rasczak (Michael Ironside) is combination of two characters, Jean Dubois (a teacher) and Lieutenant Rasczak (leader of Roughnecks). After Rico is promoted to sergeant he is sent to O.C.S. At a transfer station he sees his father has joined the M.I. There is a brief reunion. They wore battlesuits in the novel. Each suit gave a soldier with incredible strength and tremendous firepower. Thus the name Mobile Infantry. Carmen Ibanez (Denise Richards) wasn't Johnny Rico's girlfriend. She was everyone's friend. After joining up they meet when he's a "third lieutenant" on a ship bound for combat. The Mobile Infantry were also fighting a war against the Skinnies - a tall, green, humanoid species who were allied with the Arachnids. Also, the Arachnids weren't mindless, savage creatures they were rather intelligent and had advanced technology somewhat on par with the humans such as H-Bombs (which they used to attack Buenos Aires) ray guns, missiles and space ships. While it's never explicitly stated in the novel in the film its strongly implied that Fleet and the Mobile Infantry have a rivalry as Dizzy says to Rico after he fights with Zander, "Mobile Infantry and Fleet don't mix". The destruction of Buenos Aires is only mentioned with little description. Rico can speak "Tagalog" at home and does not come from Buenos Aires. Ace (Jake Busey) is based on two characters from the novel, Ace and Pat Leivy, while his question about knife throwing toward Zim (Clancy Brown) is a reference to Ted Hendrick in the novel.
Denise Richards refused to do a topless scene which wasn't in the original script. During filming, director Paul Verhoeven told her that he had written new scenes for her, including a love scene, which would require nudity. Despite the fact that this was only her first big-budget film, she said no because she didn't think her being nude related to her character or the movie. But she did go topless for a lesbian sex scene a year later in Wild Things (1998) and then she posed fully nude for Playboy in 2004 when her career faltered.
In the movie is shown as for the shooting practices are used laser guns, instead fire guns. Curiously, laser guns never are shown to be used in real battles. An interesting detail revealed to be an evidence of a totalitarian system that rejects futuristic and more deadly weapons to kill enemies in favor of classic bullets weapons although it imply more casualties in its own troops. They use some sort of "Laser-Tag" system to train. They wear extra equipment. They never use "real" laser guns.
During the ending credits, Brock, Misty, Tracey, May and Max, Dawn, Iris, Cilan, Clemont and Bonnie, and Serena are seen, while none of their officially-owned Pokémon are. Verity and Piplup are seen returning home to Twinleaf Town; Sorrel and Lucario spot an Articuno that Sorrel wanted to study; and Cross, Lycanroc, and Incineroar are out on their own journey. Meanwhile, Ash and Pikachu are seen traveling together, preparing to battle a wild Heracross while being tailed by Team Rocket in their balloon. The movie ends with Ho-Oh dropping a Rainbow Wing as it flies across the sky.
The small ship also appears in The Rise of Skywalker, where it's unclear whether it's destroyed in the final battle over Exegol. The junior novelization indicates that it was, while it's not spelled out in the movie. 2b1af7f3a8