Over on Reddit, folks are rounding up a few of the favorite fun facts, awesome behind-the-scenes moments, and trivia regarding their favorite movies. From subtle wardrobe changes in Psycho to hidden homages to a classic Disney movie, here are a few of the cooler tidbits we found fascinating.
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Posted by u/DuctapeCat:
When Liam Neeson was asked to play the antagonist in A Million Ways to Die in the West (directed by Seth McFarlane), he accepted due to a scene in Family Guy where Peter says “Imagine Liam Neeson in a Western! Ha! With that funny accent of his!”1104Pretty cool?
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Posted by u/Tankiyaiba:
Baby Driver (2017), Joseph was written as a deaf African-American man in his 80s. CJ Jones was the only performer to audition who is actually deaf.
Edgar Wright said, "I started auditioning other very good actors who were pretending to be deaf, it made me feel immediately uncomfortable.”870Pretty cool?
Posted by u/wesskywalker:
While filming Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Oscar Isaac requested that his character Poe Dameron specifically be a native of the planet Yavin IV. This is because the scenes on Yavin IV in the original trilogy were filmed in Guatemala, where Isaac is actually from.914Pretty cool?
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Posted by u/Tokyono:
In Knives Out (2019), actor Ricky Jay appears on a fridge. He was supposed to appear in the movie, but died during production, so the film crew added the photograph as a tribute to him.740Pretty cool?