Random Movie Facts You Really Need To Know

For the geeky, for the nerdy, for the true cinema believers, this one’s for you. A mass of quite interesting factoids abut your favourite flicks that you can pass off in pubs up and down the land to either the choruses of cheers, hails of boos or the polite nod. The number of facts? Why, it’s a third of Frank Miller’s 300, a dozen mph short of the speed needed for DeLorean time travel and 8.3 times the number of Angry Men. Perhaps you know one or two of them,…

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Unbelievable, but true! bits of movie trivia you didn’t know

Did you know that Jennifer Lawrence went deaf in one ear while shooting “The Hunger Games” or that the cartoon character Aladdin was modeled after Tom Cruise? Check out the following surprising facts that every movie buff should know. The roar of the T-Rex dinosaur in “Jurassic Park” (1993) was produced by layering the sounds of a tiger, alligator and a baby elephant. When “Mad Max” (1979) ran low on funds, director George Miller offered his own vehicle for one of the crash scenes. In the first “Spider-Man” movie (2002),…

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51 Pieces of Movie Trivia You May Not Know

Film trivia is vital to breaking awkward silences and enlivening the dullest of evenings everywhere, so prepare to dazzle your friends with these 51 trivia facts you might not know. Die Hard originated from the failed script of Commando 2. Samuel L. Jackson demanded that the studio keep Snakes on a Plane as the title because it was the only reason he accepted the role. Rather than use CGI, Tim Burton had 40 squirrels trained to crack nuts for Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. Due to a zipper breaking, Olivia…

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