Thor (2011) I’m sure I am late to the party here but isn’t Professor Erik Selvig talking about Bruce Banner in this scene?
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Matt Damon has cameos in both Disney's and Fox's MCU. He played the Asgardian actor playing Loki in Thor Ragnarok(2017), and "Redneck #1" in Deadpool 2 (2018).
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Jason Reitman, director/writer of Ghostbusters Afterlife (2020), made a cameo appearance in Ghostbusters 2 (1989), which his father, Ivan Reitman, directed along with the original
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In the movie Evil Dead 2(1987), after Ash cuts off his hand the next frame is the book A Farewell to Arms.
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In Social Network (2010), when Zuckerberg is blogging on LiveJournal, the word Facebook is underlined as the word was not yet recognized by dictionaries or online editors. It now is.
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For Return of the Jedi (1983) Steven Spielberg was George Lucas’ first choice to direct. However due to a dispute Lucas was having with the Directors Guild of America, Lucas was not allowed to hire a union member (Spielberg) and ended up hiring Richard Marquand instead.
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When “A Fish Called Wanda” (1988) was shown in theaters, a Danish man named Ole Bentzen, literally laughed himself to death during the scene where Ken gets the chips up his nose. Bentzen's heart rate skyrocketed and he succumbed to cardiac arrest.
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Star Wars The Phantom Menace (1999) - Jabba the Hutt is credited as playing himself
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Watching The Santa Clause (1994) and my wife realized that even elves can make careless alphabetical mistakes.
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At the beginning of Hail, Caesar! (2016) Eddie Mannix confesses, saying he lied to his wife about quitting smoking; that he snuck "a cigarette or three." At the end of the film he again confesses to sneaking cigarettes, but this time only two, showing his progression and dedication to his promise.
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Arrogant Thanos - Avengers: Endgame (2019) (x-post r/marvelstudios)
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In Casino (1995) you can see that Sharon Stone's palms are covered with a protective adhesive to protect them from sliding on the asphalt.
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"Ready or Not" (2019): "Le Bail" can be understood in 2 ways. One, an anagram for Hebrew "belial: a term later became personified as the devil"(Wikipedia). Or, two, the word "Bail" is an homonym to "Bael", meaning"demon." Understood either way, "Mr. Le Bail" is literally "The Demon himself".
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In The Brothers Bloom (2008) Joseph Gordon-Levitt can be seen in various shots of the first bar scene.
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In Shrek 2 (2004) in the fairy godmother's factory there is a bottle markred viagra on the conveyor belt.
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In Drive (2011), Bryan Cranston's character, Shannon, has a tattoo of an upside down horseshoe on his neck. The character is described as being extraordinarily unlucky, and in some cultures an upside down horseshoe is considered bad luck.
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In the movie Elf (2003), Buddy is always hunched over whenever he stands up indoors, even when there's plenty of room to stand at full height. He never hunches at all after leaving the North Pole, showing that he was constantly overcompensating for his large size even when it was unnecessary.
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In Avenger's Endgame (2019), the scene where Captain America gains the sceptre from Agent Sitwell's men is set in 2012, but he is shown talking on a Samsung Galaxy S6, which launched in 2016.
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In The Godfather Part II (1974) Marlon Brando was originally supposed to reprise his role in the final flashback scene. But due to a financial dispute with the studio, he didn't appear and Francis Ford Coppola rewrote the scene without him.
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In the Santa Clause (1994), at the three minute mark of the film, an elf is standing with a group of kids that are admiring model trains through a store window.
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In 'Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring' (2001) Gandalf the Grey hides his smoking pipe in his staff.
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In The Hunt for Red October (1990) the character's start out speaking Russian then switch to English upon a character saying the word "Armageddon". Armageddon is the same in both languages.
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In Krampus (2015) You never see the demon’s face as he’s actually wearing a flesh mask to appear more like Santa Claus (Or as an insult to Santa Claus)
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In The Princess and the Frog (2009), the tarot card presented to Prince Naveen by Dr. Facilier predicting his future foreshadows a lily-pad in its artwork
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In Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America calls out Iron Man for cursing. By the time of Endgame (2019), he’s come around to the idea.
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In PREDATOR (1987), the skull on the right belongs to Mac. You can tell from the hole and scorch marks on it caused by the Predator's plasma caster when he kills Mac.
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At the beginning of Cars 2 (2011) Lightning McQueen calls the Italian F1 car Francesco Bernoulli fragile. He gets upset and says, "FRA-GIL-LE!? HE CALLS-A FRANCESCO FRA-GIL-LE!?" He pronounces "fragile" like the Old Man in a Christmas Story (1983) who thought it was Italian.
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In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Cliff and Rick never meet or interact with Sharon Tate or the other victims until after the Manson Attacks. Cliff and Rick are fictitious characters who never existed in Sharon Tate’s life, thus they only meet at the end when Tate would of been deceased.
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The sound of exploding World Engine in Batman v Superman (2016) is very similar to sound of teleportation of Doctor Manhattan in Watchmen (2009).
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In Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone (2001) the actor of Rubeus Hagrid, Robbie Coltrane, is 6 ft 1. This means that in wide shots, the immense size and height of Hagrid cannot be portrayed. So instead, Chris Columbus used an unnamed 8 ft actor.
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