What's your favourite piece of movie trivia that most people wouldn't know? Mine is that when Spielberg was writing Jurassic Park he came up with the name "Tyrannosaurus rex" based on a nickname for his daughter Jessica,
Rather than use CGI, Tim Burton had 40 squirrels trained to bite Johnny Depps private area during the infamous incestuous sex scene in Charlie & The Chocolate Factory.
Bryce Dallas Howard's nude scene in Jurassic World was cut after objections made by parents during a test screening when the nephews are seen to stare at her the entire time
There are people out there that believe SW 7 is good
And in another month or two when the novelty of the newness has worn off,t hey'll see things with a less blinded lgiht and realize it sucks where they then pretend to always have hated it in spite of them having dropped mad shekel to see it 5+ times and buy a fuckload of the merch
Just like they did with ep. 1 - 3.
The Thing is actually a remake, of a 1982 movie called The Thing.
The gay blowjob scene in Tarantino's Hateful Eight had to be shot seven times because Samuel Jackson kept shooting his load after a couple of seconds for shit and giggles.
The kneeling guy in the movie is actually the fourth actor they got to play the role.
There are no ghosts in The Shining, but there are UFOs.
While filming The Phantom Menace (1999), the actor who played Jar-Jar reportedly burst into tears and proclaimed "this is not why I became an actor" without realizing his microphone was on.
There are no oranges in the movie A Clockwork Orange
Similarly, we don't see any clocks.
>while godzilla 1984 was in production, Special Effects Director Teruyoshi Nakano had an idea to build a one to one scale 80 meter godzilla animatronic robot.
The awesome thing is this is actually true
The original ET featured a number of now lost scenes that were cut after early screenings had critics crying, vomiting, leaving the theater in disgust and refusing to return. One scene in particular featuring ET and Elliott reportedly contained graphic sexual imagery.