10 Mystifying Facts About Legendary Films
This show's plot has been continued for 40 years and yet we can see the same newspaper appearing on the screen. You can see the same newspaper in the T.V show Married...with Children which first aired in 1987 and in the 2007 movie No Country for Old Men.
This is really intriguing as the people who took part in the crowd shots of the wedding scene were actually really gangsters and their relatives. The next time to see the wedding scene of Don Corleone and The Godfather, pay attention. This really is the one good movie which shone the light on the internal world of America's mafia clans.
The Silence of the Lambs
So, the character of Anthony Hopkins doesn't blink an eye, and he even won an Oscar, but the truth is that he actually did blink his eyes when he appears in the screen movie for 16 minutes.
The Devil’s Advocate
In this movie, the match between Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves was real. It was for the title of world champion, that starred Roy Jones, Jr. This happened in New York on October 4th, 1996.
The word 'Tackleberry' gained popularity when the movie Police Academy was released. In the US, law enforcement agencies use this term to describe employees who lobe to take part in fights and use their sidearms at the first opportunity.
Forrest Gump has three main plots, the main character's childhood, then his teenage and finally his adulthood. At the start of the movie where Gump is in a blue checkered shirt, at the end of the movie his child is in the same shirt.
If you are a fan of the famous T.v show F.R.I.E.N.D.S then you know how much Joey would be in debt to Chandler. A fan of the series calculated the whole amount and summed that Joey amassed a total of $119,760 in debt to Chandler.
Remember, the famous portrait that Jack draws of Rose? Well, that was an original of the real Jack from the Titanic. Many more sketches have been used of him in Jack's book. Though, the movie is based on the main love lives on board, not that many people actually survived. And Jack was one of the unluckiest people and unlike the movie character (Jack Dawson), Jack Thayer was actually a first-class passenger who fell in love with an actress on board.
The Shining / Toy Story
The carpet in front of Sid’s room in the animated movie Toy Story is exactly the same as the carpet in one of the hallways of the hotel in The Shining. So the next time you see these movies, notice the hallways, carefully!
Linda Hamilton(Sarah Connor) in the movie Terminator had a twin sister in real life and so they used this to the movie's advantage. In the scene where the T1000 takes on Sarah’s appearance, the performance was given by Linda’s sister. There’s also a scene using mirrors in which her sister took part. This is so amazing!
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