On Reddit, folks are sharing fun facts, awesome behind-the-scenes moments, and cool trivia regarding favorite movies. From hidden Wolverines in The Greatest Showman to callbacks in Pixar movies, here are a few of the cooler tidbits that had us saying, "Damn, that's amazing."
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Posted by u/irie_feeling:
[There is a] Wolverine Easter egg in the opening credits border of The Greatest Showman.16115Pretty interesting?
- Photo: United Artists
Posted by u/SuspiciouslyLinear:
In Apocalypse Now (1979), Laurence Fishburne was 14 when production began in 1976. He lied about his age.1114Pretty interesting?
Men In Black 2
Posted by u/Tokyono:
In Men in Black 2 (2002), J tells T to “Get married. Have a bunch of kids" and then hooks him up with a waitress (played by Alexandra O Hara).
In Men in Black 3 (2012), the waitress reappears as a housewife with several kids (she is played by the same actress).1148Pretty interesting?
- Photo: Warner Bros.
Posted by u/xXDazzieXx:
Brad Bird was in part inspired to make 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?"11110Pretty interesting?