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 E.T. to Home Alone to a few tidbits about Jurassic Park, here are a few of the heavy hitters.
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Posted by Redditor u/invertedparadoxxx:
So in Wizard of Oz (1939) when they’re sent to kill the Witch of the West, Scarecrow straight up brings a gun.1,620380Mind blown?
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Posted by Redditor u/Mad_Rascal:
In Lord of the Rings: The Fellow Ship of the Ring (2001) in the "one does not simply walk into Mordor" scene, whenever Sean Bean looks down it's because he is reading the script on his lap. They had written that speech the night prior to shooting and he didn't have to memorize before shooting.
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Posted by Redditor u/Mapuches_on_Fire:
In Clue (1985), the paintings on the walls are of U.S. presidents who were murdered.
Posted by Redditor u/Ruby5000:
Ratatouille (2007): I’ve been cooking for 20 years. So while watching Ratatouille with the kids this morning, I noticed something funny. Colette actually has burns on her arm! I’ve seen this movie dozens of times, and never noticed it. Pixar’s attention to detail is incredible.