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Pompeii has an alternate ending: What could it be?

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Pompeii star Emily Browning lets SheKnows in on a secret — her new film has an alternate ending. But who and what it entails is still under wraps.

Emily Browning in Pompeii

Photo credit: Caitlin Cronenberg/Sony Pictures

This Friday, Emily Browning stars opposite Kit Harington and Kiefer Sutherland in Pompeii. It's a period drama filled with gladiators, politics and love. In the film, Browning's character Cassia finds herself in a triangle between slave-turned-warrior Milo (Harington) and the ruthless Senator Corvus (Sutherland).

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When SheKnows spoke with Browning, she revealed that the action-packed film has an alternate ending. Yet she's not sure if the general public will ever see it.

"We did have an alternate ending. I don't know if I'm allowed to tell you. I don't know if it's going to be a special feature," she said. "I don't even know if I'm allowed to say there's an alternate ending. I should find out about that. Yeah, I probably should keep my mouth shut up on that."

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The actress was more forthcoming when it came to discussing her co-stars. She clued us in on who was her favorite acting partner. "I think it was always the scenes with Corvus, Kiefer's character. And they were my favorite scenes to film because I just loved the fact that we got to argue and we got to do a lot more than [what] actually ended up in the film."

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Don't worry about being shortchanged. Browning promises that the edited version is still must-see material. "There's quite a bit of it in the film, but I think the scene was even longer originally. Just being able to sort of stand there with Kiefer while he was being incredibly evil and disgusting and just sort of have a fight with him was fun for me."

Pompeii opens in theaters Feb. 21.

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