25 MORE Surprising Movie Details You Probably Missed

Steven Spielberg Filmed E.t. In Chronological Order In Order To Help The Child Actors And To Capture The Most Real Emotions During The Ending, Since It Would Be The Last Time They’d All Be Together

Brad Bird Was In Part Inspired To Make This Movie (The Iron Giant 1999) As A Memorial To His Sister Susan, Who Died At The Hands Of Her Husband By Gun Violence. His Pitch Was This: “What If A Gun Had A Soul And Didn’t Want To Be A Gun?”

If You Watch The Film With Headphones Or Properly Placed Surround Sound Speakers, Every Time We See Baby In Baby Driver (2017) Wearing Only One Of His Headphones, You’ll Hear The Song He Is Listening To Through That Ear Only

In The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (2002), In The Battle Of Helm’s Deep, One Of The Rohan Soldiers Only Has One Eye. This Was Real, Not Cgi. Peter Jackson Let The Extra, Wayne Phillips, Show Off His Condition

Joker. Every Clock In This Film Is Set To 11:11. Fans Have Many Theories About This. One Of Them Says That The Clock Doesn’t Move Because Everything Is Happening In Arthur’s Head

In Jojo Rabbit (2019), The Imaginary Hitler Offers Jojo Cigarettes And Is Shown Eating Meat. In Reality, Hitler Was Strongly Opposed To Smoking And Was A Vegetarian, Implying That Jojo Knows Very Little About Hitler

In Interstellar (2014) The Black Hole Was So Scientifically Accurate It Took Approx 100 Hours To Render Each Frame In The Physics And Vfx Engine. Meaning Every Second You See Took Approx 100 Days To Render The Final Copy

In Spider_man: Into The Spider-Verse, When Miles Morales Electrocutes Peter B. Parker, It Illuminates His Nervous System Instead Of The Usual Cartoon Trope Of His Skeleton. Being Much More Scientifically Accurate

In Ant-Man (2015) Actor Garrett Morris Makes A Brief Appearance In A Scene. Morris Was The First Person To Ever Portray Ant-Man In A 1979 Saturday Night Live Skit Called Superhero Party

In Forrest Gump(1994), When Forrest Starts His Speech And The Microphones Cut Out And You Can’t Hear Him. Tom Hanks Said “Sometimes When People Go To Vietnam, They Go Home To Their Mommas Without Any Legs. Sometimes They Don’t Go Home At All. That’s A Bad Thing. That’s All I Have To Say About That.”

In Avengers: Endgame When Captain America Is Going Off To Return The Stones, The Rest Are Expecting Him To Return. Bucky Says His Goodbye Knowing Steve Is Not Returning To His Timeline, A Testament To Their Friendship!

In Finding Nemo (2003), Gill Is A Moorish Idol. This Species Is Known To Not Handle Captivity Well, So Him Being The One Who Constantly Comes Up With Escape Plans Makes Sense

Disney’s “Lilo & Stitch” (2002) Used Watercolor Backgrounds, Exclusively. The Studio Had Some Financial Failures And Was Doing Ambitious Things Elsewhere, So They Left The Filmmakers To Their Own Devices, Off At The Florida Studio. The Only Other Watercolor Films Are Dumbo And Snow White

In 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, Thor And Hulk Argue. When Thor Apologizes, Instead Of Calling Himself “Hulk”, Hulk Says “I Just Get So Angry All The Time,” Showing How Thor’s Friendship Brings Out Hulk’s Human Side. This Is The Only Time Hulk Says “I” In The Mcu

In Rampage (2018), When Dwayne The Rock Johnson’s Character Signs “It’s Me”, He Uses The American Sign Language Symbol For “Rock”

In Star Wars: A New Hope (1977), All The Wide Shots Of Luke Flying Across Tatooine In His Speeder Were Achieved By Placing A Mirror Underneath A Version Of The Prop With A Motor And Wheels

For Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004), Alfonso Cuarón Asked The Kids Playing The Hogwarts Students To Wear Their Uniforms As They Would If Their Parents Weren’t Around. This Is In Sharp Contrast To The First Two Films; Were They Wore Their Uniforms In A Very Orderly Fashion

In “The Green Mile” They Used Creative Camera Angles And Tricks Gives The Illusion Of Michael Clark Duncan’s Height. He’s Actually Only An Inch Taller Than David Morse (Left)

In ”the 40 Year Old Virgin”(2005), Steve Carell’s Chest Hair Was Actually Ripped Out In The Scene. The Actor Had Told Director Judd Apatow Just Before Shooting The Scene: ”it Has To Be Real. It Won’t Be As Funny If It’s Mocked Up Or It’s Special Effect.” The Scene Had To Be Done In One Shot

In This Scene Of Jojo Rabbit (2019), “Heil Hitler” Is Said 31 Times In One Minute! According To Writer/Director Taika Waititi, He Wanted A Funny Moment, But Also Wanted To Illustrate How Ridiculous Nazi Protocols Were

In Independence Day (1996) They Filmed Will Smith Dragging The Alien Across The Salt Flats Of Utah. Will Smith Improvised The “And What The Hell Is That Smell?” Nobody Warned Him Of The Horrible Smell That Sometimes Comes Of The Great Salt Lake Due To Billions Of Dead Brine Shrimp Each Year

Raul Julia’s Final Role Was The Villainous M. Bison In “Street Fighter” (1994), Which He Filmed While Dying From Stomach Cancer. He Took The Role Because His Children Loved The Franchise And He Wanted To Star In A Film They Could Enjoy

In The LEGO Movie (2014) Benny The Spaceman Has A Broken Helmet. This Used To Happen To The Original LEGO Pieces. Picture Of My 80s Spaceman To The Right

Inception (2010) The Debate Between People Regarding The Ending Of Inception, Was It Real Or Not Can Be Ended By Looking At The Wedding Ring Cobb’s Wearing. In The Real World He Has No Ring Whereas The Ring Is Present In The Dreams. In The Final Scene He Has No Ring So The “Happy Ending” Is Reality

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