Even the most devoted cinema aficionados succumb to the enduring power of hidden movie details waiting to be uncovered. Take infinite patience, add hours and hours of rewatching, and mix in some much-needed luck, and you may spot an Easter egg.

But since it’s easier said than done, we are gonna take a shortcut and trust the detectives from the r/MovieDetails subreddit gifted with eagle vision and supreme understanding of any reference that comes up.

With 2.4 million members, it’s obvious the community is keeping itself busy by clicking our all-time favorite movies one by one. Like it was no big deal! Let’s scroll through the newest batch of hidden gems of the big screen explained, and be sure to check out our previous posts on r/MovieDetails here, here and here.

#1

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 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

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River Webb
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3 months ago

"he had it coming" lol

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In Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), These Rebel Soldiers Are Played By Mark Hamill's Children. From Left To Right; Nathan Hamill, Chelsea Hamill, And Griffin Hamill

In Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), These Rebel Soldiers Are Played By Mark Hamill's Children. From Left To Right; Nathan Hamill, Chelsea Hamill, And Griffin Hamill

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Limey Cheesehead
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3 months ago

Didn't know that - one of my favourite facts so far!

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In Anastasia (1997), The Drawing That Anastasia Gives To Her Grandmother Is Based On A 1914 Painting Created By The Real Princess Anastasia

In Anastasia (1997), The Drawing That Anastasia Gives To Her Grandmother Is Based On A 1914 Painting Created By The Real Princess Anastasia

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Priscilla Reshell
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3 months ago

That's dedication

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To find out more about how Easter eggs in movies work, and why even the most loyal fans succumb to their power and never notice them, Bored Panda reached out to Lisa Yaszek, a Regents Professor of Science Fiction Studies at Georgia Tech, where she researches and teaches science fiction as a global language crossing centuries, continents, and cultures.

Lisa explained that “Easter eggs” are hidden messages, images or features that filmmakers, game designers, and other (usually electronic) artists include in their work for audiences to discover. "Most Easter eggs are bonus materials that are not essential to the main narrative. Sometimes they do sometimes enrich our experience of the story by connecting it with other, similar stories to create a 'shared universe.' But if nothing else, they are always meant to amuse by conveying 'insider knowledge' in a clever way,” the professor explained.

#4

In "Moana" (2016), Maui's Visual Appearance Is Partly Modeled On Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Grandfather, Samoan-American Professional Wrestler Peter Maivia

In "Moana" (2016), Maui's Visual Appearance Is Partly Modeled On Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Grandfather, Samoan-American Professional Wrestler Peter Maivia

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Elsker
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3 months ago

I loooooove this movie, and it's songs!! And Dwaynes character:))) <3

I'm lay sheep in China
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3 months ago

🎶What can I say except you're welcome 🎵

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Gossameringue
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3 months ago

As if The Rock couldn't get any cooler

Aay (they/them)
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3 months ago

Wait, really? That is so cool. Dwayne's family must be as cool as him

glowworm2
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3 months ago

Good looking grandfather.

Ms.M.
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3 months ago

Nice genes in that family!

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Bob Belcher
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3 months ago

The show Little Rock is so good

Ash Trash
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3 months ago

Are Dwayne and his grandfather Hawaiian? I feel like I've heard that before.

Claire
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3 months ago

Samoan-American

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3 months ago

👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾

Leodavinci
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3 months ago

It's just the hair... otherwise he resembles the Rock... just like many other Disney and Pixar characters resemble the actors who voice them.

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In Zootopia (2016), Chief Bogo Wears Eyeglasses To Read Documents. This Is A Reference To The Fact That Buffalo Have Poor Eyesight. Confirmed By The Directors In A Q&a

In Zootopia (2016), Chief Bogo Wears Eyeglasses To Read Documents. This Is A Reference To The Fact That Buffalo Have Poor Eyesight. Confirmed By The Directors In A Q&a

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denzoren
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3 months ago

That's a really cool inclusion based on a real fact. I really like when writers pay attention like this.

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#6

In Mulan (1998), Mulan Touches Her Hair A Lot Because The Animators Noticed That Mulan’s Voice Actor, Ming-Na Wen, Touched Her Hair A Lot While Recording. So, They Added It To The Character

In Mulan (1998), Mulan Touches Her Hair A Lot Because The Animators Noticed That Mulan’s Voice Actor, Ming-Na Wen, Touched Her Hair A Lot While Recording. So, They Added It To The Character

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glowworm2
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3 months ago

That’s cute!

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For those who’re wondering, Lisa assured that Easter eggs are usually intentional, “placed there by the director or some other individual or group involved in the creation process—see images 7, 9, 13, 16, 19, 27, 31, 33, and 38).”

“Sometimes, however, Easter eggs come about as unintended or surprise effects of the technical creation process. My favorite examples of this are Mulan (in which the animators decided to have Mulan play with her hair after observing the voice actor who sang her songs do the same in real life) and Spaceballs (in which Mel Brooks gave up fighting the sloppiness of his production crew and just decided to incorporate styrofoam coffee cups into his Star Wars parody).”

#7

In Brave (2012), You Can See Merida And Her Mother Hidden In The Logo Of The Movie. Look At The Top Left Of The B And E

In Brave (2012), You Can See Merida And Her Mother Hidden In The Logo Of The Movie. Look At The Top Left Of The B And E

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Kirsten Kerkhof
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3 months ago

I would certainly never have noticed that - even with the clue it took me a bit to see them.

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#8

Chicha From The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) Is The First Pregnant Female Character To Appear In A Disney Animated Feature Film, According To The Dvd Commentary. She’s Also One Of The First Mother Characters In A Disney Film Not To Be Killed Off Or Villainized

Chicha From The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) Is The First Pregnant Female Character To Appear In A Disney Animated Feature Film, According To The Dvd Commentary. She’s Also One Of The First Mother Characters In A Disney Film Not To Be Killed Off Or Villainized

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Airis Malfoy
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3 months ago

Yzma looks like she is trying to act like she doesn't need a doctor to fix her broken ankle.

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#9

In The Truman Show (1998), The Identical Twins Are Played By Ron And Don Taylor, Two Police Officers Who Were Working On The Set As Security Guards. Director Peter Weir Saw How Friendly They Were With The Film's Cast And Crew, So He Hired Them As Actors

In The Truman Show (1998), The Identical Twins Are Played By Ron And Don Taylor, Two Police Officers Who Were Working On The Set As Security Guards. Director Peter Weir Saw How Friendly They Were With The Film's Cast And Crew, So He Hired Them As Actors

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Roger Haywood
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3 months ago

Nice one.

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Meanwhile, the term itself “was coined in 1979/80 by Atari’s then-Director of Software Development, Steve Wright, to describe a secret message that had been planted in the video game Adventure,” Lisa added. Turns out, “game designer Warren Robinett was angry with Atari for the company’s failure to include developers’ names in the game credits, so he programmed the message 'created by Warren Robinett' to appear when players encountered a special pixel called 'the gray dot' that gives entry to a secret part of the game map.”

Lisa added that sadly, Atari took that Easter egg out and “you won’t find it in any contemporary versions of the game. But you will find an homage to it at the end of both the novel and film versions of Ready Player One, where players in a massive virtual game compete to find Easter eggs—including, at the very end, the Easter egg from Adventure!”

#10

In The Dark Knight (2008), Joker Is Constantly Licking His Lips. This Is Actually Because Of The Prosthetic Scars That Heath Ledger Wore. They Kept Falling Off, So Heath Would Lick His Lips To Keep Them In Place. Gradually, It Became A Part Of The Joker’s Character

In The Dark Knight (2008), Joker Is Constantly Licking His Lips. This Is Actually Because Of The Prosthetic Scars That Heath Ledger Wore. They Kept Falling Off, So Heath Would Lick His Lips To Keep Them In Place. Gradually, It Became A Part Of The Joker’s Character

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Mazer
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3 months ago

R.I.P. Heath Ledger

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#11

In The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), The Man Who's Eaten By The T-Rex Because He Tried To Push On A "Pull" Door Is The Film's Screenwriter, David Koepp. He Is Listed In The Credits As "Unlucky Bastard"

In The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), The Man Who's Eaten By The T-Rex Because He Tried To Push On A "Pull" Door Is The Film's Screenwriter, David Koepp. He Is Listed In The Credits As "Unlucky Bastard"

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Carmen Sandiego
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3 months ago

LOL

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In Zootopia (2016), Mr Big, The Mafia Boss, Is An Arctic Shrew. Director Roy Moore Made This Choice Because “The Arctic Shrew Is The Most Vicious Predator On Earth”. Arctic Shrews Eat Three Times Their Own Body Weight And Even Eat Other Shrews

In Zootopia (2016), Mr Big, The Mafia Boss, Is An Arctic Shrew. Director Roy Moore Made This Choice Because “The Arctic Shrew Is The Most Vicious Predator On Earth”. Arctic Shrews Eat Three Times Their Own Body Weight And Even Eat Other Shrews

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Bird Mom
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3 months ago

I love how much animal research went into this movie.

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Interestingly, Easter eggs are as old as films themselves. Lisa said that the first director known to purposely include them is Alfred Hitchcock. “Hitchcock used himself as the surprise, playing at least one cameo role in 39 of his films—indeed, he even shows up twice in 1927’s Lodger: A Store of the London Fog. These surprises quickly became part of Hitchcock’s signature style, and they quickly inspired similar hidden treats in other media.”

When asked what is the reason for film directors to include them, Lisa said that many creators use them as part of their signature style. “The earliest and still most famous example of this is probably Alfred Hitchcock’s tendency to cast himself in small walk-on roles in many of his films—a tradition continued today by Peter Jackson in Lord of the Rings and Taika Waititi in Thor: Ragnarok.”

#13

In Titanic (1997) There Is A Scene Showing A Boy Playing With A Spinning Top On Deck. This Is Actually A Recreation Of A Real Photo Taken Onboard The Ship On April 11th, 1912 By Francis Browne. It Shows 1st Class Passenger Frederic Spedden And His 6 Year Old Son Douglas. Both Survived The Sinking

In Titanic (1997) There Is A Scene Showing A Boy Playing With A Spinning Top On Deck. This Is Actually A Recreation Of A Real Photo Taken Onboard The Ship On April 11th, 1912 By Francis Browne. It Shows 1st Class Passenger Frederic Spedden And His 6 Year Old Son Douglas. Both Survived The Sinking

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tuzdayschild
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3 months ago

Glad they survived

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In Goodfellas (1990), Robert De Niro Didn’t Like How Fake Money Felt In His Hand And Insisted Using Real Money. So The Prop Master Withdrew Several Thousand Dollars Of His Own Money To Use. At The End Of Each Take, No One Was Allowed To Leave The Set Until All The Money Was Returned & Counted

In Goodfellas (1990), Robert De Niro Didn’t Like How Fake Money Felt In His Hand And Insisted Using Real Money. So The Prop Master Withdrew Several Thousand Dollars Of His Own Money To Use. At The End Of Each Take, No One Was Allowed To Leave The Set Until All The Money Was Returned & Counted

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River Webb
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3 months ago (edited)

"I don't like how this money feels, get me something else"

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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 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

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3 months ago

they should have done it as FU RMRF

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Another reason may be that “filmmakers create Easter eggs to pay tribute to earlier filmmakers who have had a significant impact either on film as a whole or on that director in particular.” Lisa added that sometimes they do this directly, “as when Tim Burton recreates a scene from Ida Lupino’s 1964 Twilight Zone episode 'The Mask' in 1993’s The Nightmare Before Christmas,” and when Peter Jackson visually recreates a scene from Ralph Bakshi’s 1978 animated adaptation of Lord of the Rings for his own live action version, (images 29 and 35).”

Other times, the homage is more indirect, “as in The Mitchells vs. The Machines, when we realize that Katie’s socks pay homage to Stanley Kubrick (image 34).”

#16

In 1953's How To Marry A Millionaire, Lauren Bacall Is Trying To Convince William Powell That She's Attracted To Older Men. One Of The Examples She Cites Is 'That Old Fellow' In African Queen. She's Referring To Humphrey Bogart, Her Real Life Husband

In 1953's How To Marry A Millionaire, Lauren Bacall Is Trying To Convince William Powell That She's Attracted To Older Men. One Of The Examples She Cites Is 'That Old Fellow' In African Queen. She's Referring To Humphrey Bogart, Her Real Life Husband

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Erin C
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3 months ago

Are they in Joey & Chandler's kitchen?

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#17

In A Bug's Life (1999), The Queen Is Seen To Have A Pet Named "Aphie." In Real Life, This Little Bug Is An Aphid (Also Known As Aphids) And They Live In Harmony With The Ants, But Not As Pets, But As "Livestock"

In A Bug's Life (1999), The Queen Is Seen To Have A Pet Named "Aphie." In Real Life, This Little Bug Is An Aphid (Also Known As Aphids) And They Live In Harmony With The Ants, But Not As Pets, But As "Livestock"

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Mazer
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3 months ago

All true. Aphids are “milked” by the ants for the sweet liquids they produce while they suck a plants sap

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In Spirited Away (2001), The Family Car Is Based On The First-Generation Audi A4 1.8t, From The Mid-1990s. The Production Team Even Drove Around An Audi A4 1.8t On Some Jagged Roads And Recorded The Sounds To Make The Film As Accurate As Possible

In Spirited Away (2001), The Family Car Is Based On The First-Generation Audi A4 1.8t, From The Mid-1990s. The Production Team Even Drove Around An Audi A4 1.8t On Some Jagged Roads And Recorded The Sounds To Make The Film As Accurate As Possible

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youtube viewing only yea
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3 months ago

One thing's for sure? Im gonna rewatch this in netflix

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In general, “many directors create Easter eggs to keep production crews happy and amused, especially when they are working on large, complex projects with a lot of (largely boring) moving parts. For example, it takes three years to make a Pixar film, and Pixar, of course, is famous for its Easter eggs—consider, for instance, the Easter egg from Toy Story 4 that mockingly refers back to a near-disaster of the production of Toy Story 2 (image 14),” Lisa explained.

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In Deadpool 2 (2018), Wade Wears A Shirt That Says: "Olivia & Meredith. Best Friends Purrrr-Ever". The Two Cats Actually Belong To Taylor Swift. The Production Crew Had To Get Permission From Her To Use Their Image

In Deadpool 2 (2018), Wade Wears A Shirt That Says: "Olivia & Meredith. Best Friends Purrrr-Ever". The Two Cats Actually Belong To Taylor Swift. The Production Crew Had To Get Permission From Her To Use Their Image

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Confused Flamingo
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3 months ago

Aww the acts are so cute

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#20

In The Final Shot Of 'The King Of Staten Island' (2020), Pete Davidson Turns And Looks To The Direction Where The Twin Towers Used To Stand As A Tribute To His Father

In The Final Shot Of 'The King Of Staten Island' (2020), Pete Davidson Turns And Looks To The Direction Where The Twin Towers Used To Stand As A Tribute To His Father

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Steve Barnett
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3 months ago (edited)

A respectful, valedictory action.

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#21

In The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014), Gloin Wears A Distinctive Helmet In One Scene. His Son Gimli Will Later Inherit It And Wear It During The Lord Of The Rings

In The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014), Gloin Wears A Distinctive Helmet In One Scene. His Son Gimli Will Later Inherit It And Wear It During The Lord Of The Rings

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Petra, princess of Brigid
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3 months ago

I love the Hobbit!

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In Spaceballs (1987), Dark Helmet Is Drinking From A Styrofoam Cup Because Crew Members Would Leave Them Around The Set. So, Mel Brooks Decided To Just Make Them A Part Of The Universe

In Spaceballs (1987), Dark Helmet Is Drinking From A Styrofoam Cup Because Crew Members Would Leave Them Around The Set. So, Mel Brooks Decided To Just Make Them A Part Of The Universe

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Evil Swan
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3 months ago

So did creators of Game of Thrones final season

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#23

In Joker (2019), Joaquin Phoenix Improvised The Iconic Dance In The Bathroom. Originally, Arthur Was Just Meant To Stare Into The Mirror And Quietly Contemplate His Actions, But After Hearing Some Of The Composer’s Music, Phoenix Thought The Dance Was More Appropriate

In Joker (2019), Joaquin Phoenix Improvised The Iconic Dance In The Bathroom. Originally, Arthur Was Just Meant To Stare Into The Mirror And Quietly Contemplate His Actions, But After Hearing Some Of The Composer’s Music, Phoenix Thought The Dance Was More Appropriate

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Sue Simmons
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3 months ago

Love this. Brilliant film.

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#24

In 22 Jump Street (2014), Jonah Hill Was Attacked By A Parrot During The Car Chase. His Panicked Reaction Is Real. On The Dvd Commentary, He Said: “That Was Not Acting. I Don’t Like Birds.”

In 22 Jump Street (2014), Jonah Hill Was Attacked By A Parrot During The Car Chase. His Panicked Reaction Is Real. On The Dvd Commentary, He Said: “That Was Not Acting. I Don’t Like Birds.”

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lara
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3 months ago

He doesn't like birds? How can you NOT like birds?

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#25

In Wreck It Ralph (2012), Bowser Holds His Cup Of Tea In A Particular Way. This Was Actually An Addition By Nintendo. Before The Film Was Released, They Contacted The Filmmakers And Said That Bowser Was Drinking His Tea The Wrong Way In The Group Therapy Scene. So, It Was Changed

In Wreck It Ralph (2012), Bowser Holds His Cup Of Tea In A Particular Way. This Was Actually An Addition By Nintendo. Before The Film Was Released, They Contacted The Filmmakers And Said That Bowser Was Drinking His Tea The Wrong Way In The Group Therapy Scene. So, It Was Changed

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Juan Hernandez
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3 months ago

How do u drink tea wrong

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In Deliverance (1972), During The “Dueling Banjos” Scene, Billy Redden, Who Played The Young Banjo-Playing Local, Didn’t Know How To Play Banjo. To Make It Look Authentic, A Skilled Banjo Player Hid Behind & Played The Chords With His Left Arm In Redden’s Sleeve While Redden Picked With His Right

In Deliverance (1972), During The “Dueling Banjos” Scene, Billy Redden, Who Played The Young Banjo-Playing Local, Didn’t Know How To Play Banjo. To Make It Look Authentic, A Skilled Banjo Player Hid Behind & Played The Chords With His Left Arm In Redden’s Sleeve While Redden Picked With His Right

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Piet Puk
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3 months ago

Props to the banjo player!

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#27

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 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

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3 months ago

James Bond films have form in this regard. In the first Bond film, Dr. No, when Sean Connery is being shown around Dr. No's lair, there is a painting of the Duke of Wellington by Goya, that was stolen in 1961.

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#28

During The Vault Scene In Mission: Impossible (1996), Tom Cruise Kept Hitting His Head When Attempting To Hover Inches Off The Floor, So He Put English Pound Coins In His Shoes To Maintain His Balance

During The Vault Scene In Mission: Impossible (1996), Tom Cruise Kept Hitting His Head When Attempting To Hover Inches Off The Floor, So He Put English Pound Coins In His Shoes To Maintain His Balance

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Juan Hernandez
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3 months ago

But how many coins 🧐

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In The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), The Scene In Which Lock, Shock And Barrel Remove Their Masks Was Based On A Season Five Episode Of The Twilight Zone Called “The Masks,” Which Had A Huge Impact On Burton As A Child

In The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), The Scene In Which Lock, Shock And Barrel Remove Their Masks Was Based On A Season Five Episode Of The Twilight Zone Called “The Masks,” Which Had A Huge Impact On Burton As A Child

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K Witmer
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3 months ago

I remember this one too. I was 7 and had a mini existential crisis

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#30

In La La Land (2016), As Sebastian And Mia Walk Through The Studio Lot, They Pass By Two Actors Filming A Romantic Scene. Those Two Actors Are Actually Ryan Gosling’s And Emma Stone’s Body Doubles

In La La Land (2016), As Sebastian And Mia Walk Through The Studio Lot, They Pass By Two Actors Filming A Romantic Scene. Those Two Actors Are Actually Ryan Gosling’s And Emma Stone’s Body Doubles

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Raven Sheridan
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3 months ago

Finally! The body doubles get their time to shine!

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#31

In Toy Story 2 (1999) Steve Jobs Is On The One Dollar Bill

In Toy Story 2 (1999) Steve Jobs Is On The One Dollar Bill

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Steve Barnett
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3 months ago

Oh the irony.

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#32

In Independence Day (1996), The Office Worker Killed During The Alien’s Attack Is Played By Volker Engel, The Special Effects Supervisor Of The Movie. He Won The Oscar For Visual Effects For His Work, The Only Oscar That The Movie Won

In Independence Day (1996), The Office Worker Killed During The Alien’s Attack Is Played By Volker Engel, The Special Effects Supervisor Of The Movie. He Won The Oscar For Visual Effects For His Work, The Only Oscar That The Movie Won

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Ekaterina S
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3 months ago

His name is Engel, like “angel”. He is German.

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#33

In The Mitchells vs. The Machines (2021), Katie's Socks Have The Same Pattern As The Iconic Carpet From The Shining

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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Nailycat
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3 months ago

OoO I just recently watched the movie

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In The Emperors New Groove (2000), Baby Kuzco Has A Toy Llama, A Toy Parrot, And A Toy Whale. Later On In The Movie, He Turns Into All Of These Animals

In The Emperors New Groove (2000), Baby Kuzco Has A Toy Llama, A Toy Parrot, And A Toy Whale. Later On In The Movie, He Turns Into All Of These Animals

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Chillace
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3 months ago

doesnt he also gets nipped by a pirahna and something with a monkey?

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#35

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

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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Jared West
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3 months ago

Star Wars was such a good movie series.

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#36

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

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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Miriam L
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3 months ago (edited)

It's also referencing a direct quote from the books. Almost have the line memorized. Did they intentionally copy both, or just copy Bakshi who copied the book? Anyway, "ProudFEET!"

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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 Crewmember Deaths From The First Movie

In Aliens (1986), Is Is Revealed That Lambert, From The First Alien (1979), Was Transgender, During A Quick Recalling Of The Crewmember Deaths From The First Movie

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3 months ago

I wonder how many people spend days writing stuff like this for films or games but nobody ever notices.

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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018) Has A Blink-And-You-Miss-In Joke - When Miles Throws A Bagel At The Alchemax Employee The Word "Bagel!!!" Appears Above The Worker's Head, Instead Of "Pow!!!" Or "Blam!!!"

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018) Has A Blink-And-You-Miss-In Joke - When Miles Throws A Bagel At The Alchemax Employee The Word "Bagel!!!" Appears Above The Worker's Head, Instead Of "Pow!!!" Or "Blam!!!"

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Chillace
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3 months ago

in the commentary version the directors say there are tons of easter eggs in it

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#39

An American Werewolf In London (1981) Has A Suitably Different Take On The Standard End-Of-Movie Disclaimer

An American Werewolf In London (1981) Has A Suitably Different Take On The Standard End-Of-Movie Disclaimer

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lara
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3 months ago

I loved that one.

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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

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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Mazer
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3 months ago

Love it

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