It Ironman(2008), Tony Stark states that he is in fact Ironman. This is due to the fact that yes, he is indeed Ironman, and means that we need to watch the movie over again.
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In Titans S1E5, Starfire takes a bottle of patron and leaves the cashier with a benjamin. Knowing a bottle of patron costs more than a hundred dollars, the cashier is stunned.
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While rewatching Breaking Bad i spotted some details..
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In Kung Fu Panda (2008), Oogway uses a peach to represent Po in his argument with Shifu. This is an allusion to the fact that Po is dummy thicc. 🍑
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In Spider-Man: Far From Home (mid-credits scene), MJ says to Peter “we are never doing that again”. After swinging with him. One might think she is referring to the swinging, when in reality; she is referring to being in an MCU film.
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In Spider-man: Far from Home (2019), one of the movies available on Peter's flight is "The Snap." This is a reference to Spider-Man 3, when Peter is seen snapping his fingers while dancing down the street.
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In Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Tom Huddleston (Loki) asked Josh Brolin (Thanos) to really kill him to make the scene more authentic and realistic.
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In Avengers: Endgame (2019), Tony could have snapped his fingers without killing himself but he remembered that now Peter Parker is back and he does not have enough energy to tolerate his childish behavior.
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Pretty sure a lot of people missed that tiny detail
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In Superman (1978), filmmakers had to use a green screen and wires to make it look like Superman could fly. This was due to the fact they cast Christopher Reeve who couldn't fly in the role of Superman.
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In Pocahantas (1995), Pocahontas sings "For the First Time in Forever", because it's the first time Englishmen arrived in America.
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In Spider-Man Far From Home, all of Mysterio's computer-generated effects were done practically. The production team painstakingly created the same effects with 100% real CGI, just as Mysterio would have done in real life.
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In Home Alone, Kevin is alone because he has not accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior.
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In Looper (2012), Bruce Willis is seen inside a time machine. This is a reference to the fact that director Rian Johnson will time travel to the 1970s and ruin my childhood.
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In Once upon a time in hollywood (2019). You can see something in Leonardo Dicaprio's mouth. It is called a cigarette and it can cause cancer, don't smoke kids
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Rian Johnson is such a genius auteur. So much so that he even began to get into the mindset of his next masterpiece ‘Knives Out’ while he was directing The Last Jedi by literally taking a knife out of the film mid-shot.
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In Last Action Hero (1993) the main protagonist was casted because he looked exactly like Arnold Schwarzenegger. This was intentional as the real Arnold can also be seen in the movie.
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The special effects team were the unsung heroes of The Shawshank Redemption. Their reverse aging effects, in order to make Morgan Freeman look like a spry man in his 50s, were decades ahead of their time. Because we all know Morgan Freeman is old as fuck.
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In The Searchers(1956) John Wayne's character walks off into the desert region, but he eventually died of exhaustion, starvation and dehydration unknown to the other characters as they didn't realise he left. This is the reason a sequel could not be made.
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Raul Julia's final role was the villainous M. Bison in "Street Fighter" (1994), which he filmed while dying from stomach cancer. He wore red to represent his impending death to his children.
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In "Street Fighter" (1994), a POW holds on to a nazi officer after being shot via firing sqaud
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Escape From New York was supposed to have a run time of 24 hrs. but due to Kurt Russell's eye infection it had to be rushed and only had a 95 mins. run time.
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Probably the best British film made(?)
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Mace Creepio doing the Enforcety Snap in Star Wars: Rise of Skyfall
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In The Green Mile (1999), while filming the botched execution scene, an accident occurred, leading to Michael Jeter’s death on set. The scene in the movie is actually footage of his death and everyone’s reaction is real.
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Jesus why is shittymoviedetails ALWAYS before the real moviedetails just to confuse me???
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In the movie “The Spongebob Squarepants Movie” (2004) features a character by the name of David Hasselhoff. Years later in “Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2” (2017) David is alluded to by Chris Pratt’s character Star Lord. This could mean that these films take place in the same universe.
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Batman has been played by six different actors. None of whom were female, despite the character spending a majority of the time wearing a mask.
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In the film “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Spider-Man pays homage to Captain America by no longer being in the MCU.
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Disney’s Dinosaur (2000) is set in the same universe as the John Wick movies. I have no way of proving this but honestly, do you have any proof saying it’s not?
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