Over on Reddit, folks are rounding up a few fun facts, awesome behind-the-scenes moments, and trivia regarding their favorite movies. From behind the scenes secrets in The Dark Night Rises to hidden details in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, here are a few awesome tidbits that had us saying, "Damn, that's cool."
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Posted by u/thugzilla101:
I just noticed Bubba's helmet says "I'd Rather be Shrimping" in Forrest Gump (1994).20111Pretty cool?
Posted by u/VividExchange:
In Toy Story (1995), Sid has a Binford tool chest in his room. Binford is the fictitious tool company featured on Home Improvement starring Tim Allen, who voiced Buzz Lightyear.22241Pretty cool?
Posted by u/ThisSimulationSucks_:
In Toy Story 2 (1999), Tour Guide Barbie's statement about retailers not ordering enough Buzz Lightyear dolls to meet demand is a fact. Toy sellers underestimated the box office performance of Toy Story (1995) when it was released, they did not order enough dolls to keep up with demand.13520Pretty cool?
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Posted by u/shre3293:
In Troy (2004), Brad Pitt and Eric Bana did not use stunt doubles for their epic duel. They made a gentleman's agreement to pay for every accidental hit. $50 for each light hit, $100 for each hard blow. Pitt ended up paying Bana $750. Bana didn't owe Pitt anything.16235Pretty cool?