10 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Favorite Movies
Do you think you know everything about your favorite movies? Think again. For example, did you know that the actor Shia LaBeouf cut his own face and pulled out his teeth for his part in Fury? Or did you know that the budget to movie ‘Titanic’ was in fact bigger than the cost to make the real Titanic? Or that many scenes in the film Braveheart had to be reshot because some of the extras were wearing sunglasses and wristwatches. This list contains 10 interesting facts you didn’t know about your favorite films.
Yoda, a character from ‘Star Wars,’ was partly based on the famous scientist Albert Einstein and partly based on makeup artist of Yoda.
Back To The Future
The time machine in ‘Back to the Future’ was initially designed as a fridge. However, concern about children locking themselves inside the fridge while replicating the scene at their house prompted the filmmakers to change the plan.
Life Of Pi
The ocean people see in ‘Life of Pi’ is in fact a swimming pool in Taiwan.
Apollo Creed, a character from ‘Rocky,’ was inspired by the popular boxer Muhammad Ali.
Saved From The Titanic
Twenty nine days after Titanic sank, the film ‘Saved from the Titanic’ released and the American actress Dorothy Gibson who starred in the film was an actual survivor of RMS Titanic.
All the clocks in the film ‘Pulp Fiction’ are stuck on 4:20.
Silence Of The Lambs
Throughout the film ‘Silence of the lambs,’ Hannibal Lector never blinks.
Tony Todd put real bees in the mouth while filming this terrifying Candyman scene.
Poltergeist And ET
Poltergeist and ET were initially supposed to be the same film, called Night Skies.
Christopher Nolan really grew corn in a 500-acre field for the cornfield scene in the science fiction movie ‘Interstellar.’