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Would you explain the difference in meaning between the following sentences.

  1. Is it okay that several scenes with Dana are in the movie?

  2. Is it okay that several scenes with Dana are included in the movie?

  3. Is it okay that several scenes with Dana are featured in the movie?

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There is no difference in meaning. They all mean the same thing.

In the first sentence the verb (whether included or featured) is understood.

You might look for nuances of difference between featured and included but you would have to look very hard.

It's a bit like asking the difference between shutting the door and closing the door. The answer is that they mean the same thing.

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    "Featured" has an implication of prominence as well as presence. "Included" often has a sense that they might have been left out.
    – Peter
    Jan 9, 2021 at 8:12

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