Over on Reddit, folks are rounding up a few of the favorite fun facts, awesome behind-the-scenes moments, and trivia regarding the favorite movies. From Big Hero 6 to The Karate Kid to Spaceballs, here are a few of the heavy hitters that have us saying, "Damn, that's interesting."
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Posted by Redditor u/crbatte:
A mirror was used at the bottom of the landspeeder to make it appear as if it’s floating.
Posted by Redditor u/mhahka:
Literally the same detail as the movie it parodies...18511Cool detail?
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Posted by u/O_Shack:
In 12 Monkeys (1995), director Terry Gilliam was afraid that Brad Pitt wouldn't be able to pull off the nervous, rapid speech. He sent him to a speech coach but in the end he just took away Pitt's cigarettes, and Pitt played the part exactly as Gilliam wanted.1378Cool detail?
Posted by Redditor u/Tokyono
The Incredibles (2004) features a cameo by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two legendary Disney animators who worked on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. (1937)15822Cool detail?
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Posted by Redditor u/Tokyono:
In Captain Phillips (2013), the medic in the infirmary scene was a real navy medic (Danielle Albert). The director told her to treat Tom Hanks like it was a "regular military exercise." The sequence was unscripted and improvised.1174Cool detail?