2 (1991) had some practical effects with the help of Linda Hamilton’s
twin sister. When Sarah cuts a hole in T-800 head it’s a model of
Schwarzenegger’s head in the foreground, the real Schwarzenegger plays
his own reflection, and Linda’s twin sister mimics her moves.
The Avengers (2012) post-credits scene at the Shawarma stall, Cap
(Chris Evans) is scene resting his face on his hand and not eating
anything. This is because the scene was shot too late (after the
premier) and Evans- who was working on Snowpiercer (2013)- had grown a
The Avengers (2012), in the end credit scene, Thanos’s aid tells him
“to challenge [humans] is to court death.” This is a nod to Thanos’s
comic-book motive, which was to literally court/marry Lady Death.
the 30 min mark of Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs (1987), After Spaceball 1
leaves ludicrous speed, Dark Helmet tells the crew to take a 5 min
break, Dark Helmet and crew aren’t seen again until the 35 minute mark. 5
In Osmosis Jones (2001) There’s a pikachu held by a germ in the bladder.
Fun detail from the credits of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Harry gets the magical “Marauder’s Map” to see the location/footsteps of everyone inside Hogwarts, so what is the meaning behind these two interlocked footsie-players in the film’s credits?
In Mad Max: Fury Road, the crosshair to aim the harpoon launcher is a bent Mercedes-Benz hood ornament.
In Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010) the dogs put their cars in “Stay” gear.
Jurassic World (2015), moments before the T-Rex is released, a t-shirt
of a T-Rex saying “I’m back” can be seen in the background.
Unchained (2012), Dr. King Schultz gestures “two” with his fingers the
way a real German person would, counting with his thumb first. This
detail is also a major plot point in another Tarantino film, Inglorious
In Deadpool 2, Vanisher is played by Brad Pitt and the voice of Juggernaut is played by himself.
The logo for “Ready Player One” (2018) is a maze; the goal is an egg.
In the Lego Movie (2014) Benny the 1980-something space guy has a crack in the middle of his helmet that was attempted to be fixed with glue. this was an actual problem with the original toys construction of the helmet, causing kids to have to glue it or leave it cracked.
The Secret Service, the princess offers Eggsy “to do it in the bum” if
he saves the world. After he returns, the code to unlock her door is
2625 which spells ANAL on a numberpad.
In Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring, While The Others
Tread Waste Deep Through The Snow Trying To Pass Caradhras, Legolas
Walks Easily On Top. While Not Addressed In The Movie, The Book Explains
That Elves Are Light Of Foot And Capable Of Such Skills.
an early scene of The Truman Show, there is a brief moment where a
bottle of Vitamin D is visible in Truman’s home. People who don’t get
regular sun exposure must take Vitamin D supplements to stay healthy.
In The Big Lebowski, when The Dude is going to pay for his coffee the only thing he finds in his pocket is a joint.
First round of henchmen in John Wick club scene are ‘Red Shirts’. Expendable as in Star Trek.
l In Star Wars Phantom Menace, Jabba the Hutt was an elaborate costume with no actor so they got creative with the credits.
In “Chicken Run”
every character has something around their neck– usually a scarf or
necklace– to hide the seam of the models’ detachable heads.
In Groundhog Day
(1993) there is a scene in a hospital where in the background you can
see a young boy with a broken leg. This is later the boy that Phil (Bill
Murray) saves from falling.
The Toothless animation for this scene in “How to Train Your Dragon” was modelled on one of the animators cat with tape stuck to it’s tail.
The wall next to Peter Parker’s locker in Spider-Man: Homecoming shows visible scratches on its surface. This is a result of Peter continuously lifting it and keeping his webbing and suit beneath it.
In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the handprint Roger leaves on Theodore Valiant’s dusty chair.
“Community has pulled off one the most patient easter egg: in one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word “Beetlejuice” was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline.“