|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
|“||Yeah. How come you're wearing a dress?||„|
|~ Al Capone to Kahmunrah.|
Al Capone is one of the secondary antagonists in the 2009 comedy film, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.
He was portrayed by Jon Bernthal, who also played Shane Walsh in AMC's The Walking Dead, Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis in Fury, The Punisher in Netflix's Daredevil and The Punisher, Trigon in Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Braxton in The Accountant, Cole D. Walker in Ghost Recon video games and Johnny Boy Soprano in The Many Saints of Newark.
He was black and white and came from a forgotten exhibit in the basement.
Al Capone and his fellow gangsters come out of a black and white exhibit in the basement, where they soon join forces with Kahmunrah. And try to capture Larry Daley.
He is last seen being tricked into fighting amongst Ivan and Napoleon.
- Al Capone originally had more scenes and screen time, but were deleted and can only be viewed in the DVD and Blu-Ray special features.
- It is unknown what happened to him after the battle, as he is not mentioned or seen again.
- Al Capone is black and white in the final film while in the trailers and deleted scenes he's in color.
- Director Shawn Levy explained on deleted scene commentary (featured only on the Blu-Ray) that they the filmmakers wanted the exhibit characters to have some diversity, and not just a bunch of regular people in costumes. So they decided decolorized Capone in post production.