Over on Reddit, folks are rounding up a few fun facts, awesome behind-the-scenes moments, and random trivia regarding their favorite movies. From a surprise Gremlin shout-out in Back to the Future to key details from the Indiana Jones movies, here are a few awesome tidbits that had us saying, "Damn, that's cool."
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Posted by u/--PM-ME-Yxxx-Bxxxx--:
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983): Darth Vader's skeleton is briefly visible from several different angles when struck by the Emperor's lightning. Many artificial components are visible, including his mechanical right arm, a respirator, and at least three replacement vertebrae.452Pretty cool?
Posted by u/AlanThicke99:
Aladdin (1992) - directors Ron Clements and John Musker put themselves in the film.425Pretty cool?
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Posted by u/Tokyono:
In Casino Royale (2006), a key ring is numbered 53. The original Casino Royale book was released in 1953, and the movie was released 53 years later.385Pretty cool?
Posted by u/zeek247:
In Back to the Future (1985), Doc can be seen with a Gremlins (1984) notepad. Steven Spielberg executive produced both films.345Pretty cool?