19 Movie Details That No One Ever Noticed

“Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) The graffiti on the roof of Peter’s school is a reference to Steve Ditko. Ditko is the co-creator of both Spider-man and Doctor Strange along with Stan Lee.”

“In the Harry Potter Movies (2001-2011), Snape’s costume was the only one that never changed. According to costume designer, Jany Temine:”Because, it was perfect. When something is perfect you cannot change it.” She joined in Prisoner of Azkaban and changed most costumes except Snape’s.”

“In Toy Story 4 (2019), a car has the licence plate “RMRF97″. In 1997, someone at Pixar accidentally typed “rm -r -f “, deleting the entire Toy Story 2 movie from the Pixar database. Fortunately, the film’s supervising technical director had a backup copy at home, and the movie was restored.”

“In the end credits of Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011), it is confirmed that while no penguins were harmed during the making of the movie, Jim Carrey was not so fortunate.”

“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 Meet The Robinsons (2007), Wilbur attends “Joyce Williams Elementary”. This is a reference to William Joyce, he wrote “A Day with Wilbur Robinson”, the book that Meet the Robinsons is based on.”

“Nightmare Alley (2021) In psychiatrist Lilith Ritter’s office, we see Rorschach images as wall designs. Rorschach images are used in psychology to analyze the perceptions of it by patients and to examine their personalities”

“In Tangled(2010) Mother Gothel says “I love you the most” , while kissing Rapunzel’s HAIR instead of her forehead.”

“The ending of Back to the Future is shared by the opening sequence of Back to the Future: Part II. However due to recasting Jennifer and the five years that had past for Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, the sequence was completely reshot for the second film.”

“In The Invisible Man (2020), you can see graffiti of Billy the Puppet as Cece drives away. This is a reference to Saw, which Director Leigh Whannell both wrote and starred in.’

“In Skyfall (2012), a stolen painting is being shown to a man. The painting is ‘Woman with a fan’ by Amadeo Modigliani. It was stolen in real-life in 2010 and has yet to be recovered.”

“In Up in the Air (2009), during the scene in which Natalie (Anna Kendrick) presents her “glocal” concept in the company meeting, the man seated directly next to Ryan (George Clooney) is played by Walter Kirn, the real-life author of the book from which the movie was adapted.”

“In Lethal Weapon (1987), you can see “Lost Boys” is playing at a theater in the background. Richard Donner was going to direct The Lost Boys, but instead directed Lethal Weapon.”

“Giant ring used for close-ups in ‘Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring’ (2001).”

“The Wolf of Wall Street features a brief shot filmed on an iPhone. Scorsese needed a shot of the “fasten your seat belt” sign for the aeroplane scene. Robert Legato, the effects supervisor, took a video of one during a flight on his iPhone and showed Scorsese who said “Great. Let’s just use that.”‘

“Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) re-used the rocket launch scene from Apollo 13 (1995)”

“In Fargo (1996), Carl says “30 minutes, Jerry we wrap this thing up” when there are exactly 30 minutes of the movie remaining.”

“Forrest Gump never blinks while playing ping pong, as he was told the trick was “to keep your eye on the ball.””

“Ever wonder what happened to Kevin’s plane ticket in Home Alone?”

Source: www.buzzfeed.com

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