Movie Facts (35 pics)

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In Django Unchained (2012), one of Django’s outfits is based on an outfit that Michael Landon wore in the TV Western Bonanza.

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In The Mitchells vs. the Machines (2021), Katie's socks have the same pattern as the iconic carpet from The Shining.


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An American Werewolf In London (1981) has a suitably different take on the standard end-of-movie disclaimer.


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In Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), the shot of Proudfoot with his feet up in the air, is a direct homage to the 1978 animated adaptation of the Lord of the Rings, directed by Ralph Bakshi.


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In Forrest Gump (1994), the girl on the bus who refuses to let Forrest sit next to her is played by Elizabeth Hanks, the daughter of Tom Hanks.


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In Ted 2 (2015), you can see Peter Griffin fighting against the chicken.



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In Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), an elderly Etta Candy from the first film makes an appearance in one of the photographs at Diana's apartment. The actress, Lucy Davis, actually reprised the role in elderly makeup just to create the photo.


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In Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith (2005) the young Jedi who saves Bail Organa was played by George Lucas’ son Jett Lucas.


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In Spectre (2015), Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) tells Madeleine (Lea Seydoux) "I came to your home once, to see your father". Seydoux played one of the LaPadite girls in the opening scene of Inglorious Basterds (2009), opposite Waltz' Hans Landa.


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In Elf (2004), one of the security guards is played by Patrick Ferrell, the brother of Will Ferrell.


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In Schindler’s List (1997), the waiter that Schindler meets is played by Branko Lustig, a real-life Holocaust survivor. He is also one of the movies producers.


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In Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), Mr. Fox’s study and chair was modeled after the famed garden hut and chair in which Roald Dahl wrote the original children’s book from which the movie was adapted (as well as many of his other famous works).


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In "The Terminator" (1984), a real 'Missing Child' poster appears on a police station bulletin board. Kevin Collins went missing that year and was one of the first missing children in the U.S. to receive nationwide attention through milk cartons, billboards, and magazines. He is still missing.


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In Forest Gump (1994), Tom Hanks had trouble with simulating Gump's southern drawl accent. Michael Humphrey's, the child actor for Gump, real voice was the Southern drawl; after meeting him on set, Hanks watched him preform and simulated his voice to be more like his.


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Mulan (1998) reference in Lilo and Stitch (2002).


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In 'Zombieland' (2009), the "Zombie Kill of the Week" was vestige from the film's origin as a television pilot. Every episode would have featured a new Zombie Kill of the Week.


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In Batman and Robin (1997), several thugs are dressed like the droogs from A Clockwork Orange (1971).


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Finding Nemo (2003) has a Mr. Incredible comic one year before The Incredibles came out.


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Anthony Daniels, the actor for C-3PO, has a cameo in the club scene of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002).


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In Kung Fu Panda (2008), when Shifu and Tai Lung first saw the blank Dragon Scroll, they had the same initial reactions: looking at it sideways and folding it and opening it again. Like father, like son.


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In Children of Men (2006), you can briefly see a police officer with an engram bearing the initials 'CR'. This indicates that in the film's future of 2027, Queen Elizabeth (Elizabeth Regina) has died and Prince Charles has now risen to the throne as King Charles III (Charles Rex).


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In Aliens (1986), is is revealed that Lambert, from the first Alien (1979), was transgender, during a quick recalling of the crew-member deaths from the first movie


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In Zootopia (2016), you can see a “Lucky Cat Café” in Little Rodentia. This is a reference to Big Hero 6 (2014), where the Hamada’s owned a similar café.


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In Soul (2020), among the various celebrities/historical figures that are named on the “Hello my name is” stickers, Joe Ranft, a ate Pixar animator, screenwriter and voice actor is also listed.


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In Big Hero 6 (2014), Honey Lemon’s phone case looks like Nick Wilde from Zootopia (2016). Easter egg confirmed by BH6 art director.


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In Hook (1991), one of the pirates is played by musician David Crosby.


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In Deadpool (2016), the screams of Dopinder’s kidnapped cousin (and romantic rival) Bandhu heard coming from the cab trunk are voiced by an uncredited Ryan Reynolds.


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In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), the Nazi outfits are genuine World War 2 uniforms, not costumes. They were found in Eastern Europe by Co-Costume Designer Joanna Johnston.


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In Saving Mr Banks (2013), Tom Hanks wears a tie that Walt Disney wore in real life. The strange symbol is the logo for “Smoke Tree Ranch”, a real place in Palm Springs which was a vacation spot for Walt Disney and his family.


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In Soul (2020), you can see a travel poster for "Portorosso". This is the main setting for Pixar's next movie "Luca".


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In Rango (2011) while he waits to meet the Mayor in his office, you can see two paintings of the mayor behind him, brandishing a shotgun and a bow and arrow. This signifies that Rango is a target from the very beginning.


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For a single frame in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988), Betty Boop's dress falls low enough to see her nipples. Only in the theatrical cut, this frame is usually cut from home releases.



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