Who decides whether to put bloopers in end credits?
I sort of feel like any comedy should pepper the end credits with bloopers, gags, or outtakes. I love them. Is there an industry view on the practice? Does it vary by director or production company?
I assume that any feature-length film would have accumulated a decent number of unintentional bloopers on tape, if not staged gags. Any evidence to confirm or rebut that assumption?