20 Movie Facts You Probably Don’t Know

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don’t Know

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Iron Man’s computer J.A.R.V.I.S is an acronym for ‘Just A Rather Very Intelligent System.’

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Lou Ferrigno has either played or voiced The Incredible Hulk in every live action incarnation since 1978 including Hulk movies and The Avengers.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know The strange music that plays during a Joker scene in The Dark Knight was inspired by the sound a razor blade makes on a piano wire.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know The Alien language in District 9 was created by rubbing a pumpkin

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Ripley from Alien was originally invented to be a male character. She was made a woman because audiences at the time would not expect the lone survivor to be female.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know All scenes that take places inside The Matrix are tinted green. This is to make it lock like it’s taking place on a computer screen.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know The Great Machine in Contact was originally envisioned and designed as a time machine in Terminator 2.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Haley Joel Osment (Cole Sear) from The Sixth Sense, made debut playing Forrest Gump’s son.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Many of the extras seen in the background of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest were actual mental patients

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Steven Spielberg refused pay for his work on Schindler’s List claiming that it would be ‘blood money’.

Laurence Fishburne lied about his age to get a part as a 17 year old gunner’s mate in Apocalypse Now. He was actually only 14.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know In The 5th Element, the villian, Zorg, and the hero, Korbin Dallas, never meet each other.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Due to complicated contractual obligations with the source material, the part of John McClain from Die Hard had to first be offered to Frank Sinatra who was 73 at the time!

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know The movie Beverly Hills Cop made up a technology called a ‘Satelite Tracking System’ Years later the technology was actually invented. We know it as GPS.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know When the T-Rex breaks into the Explorer in Jurassic Park, the children’s screams are real - it’s wasn’t supposed to break the glass.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Grispin Glover did not return for the Back to the Future sequels. George McFly was played a different actor who wore prosthetics to make him look like Glover and old footage was reused.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Several major scenes in Braveheart had to be re-shot because extras were wearing wristwatches and sunglasses.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know While horsing around on the set of The Hunger Games, Jennifer Lawrence accidentally kicked Josh Hutcherson in the head, knocking him out and resulting in a concussion.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Samuel L. Jackson’s Ezekiel monologue in Pulp Fiction was originally written for Harvey Keitel’s character in From Dusk Till Down.

20 Movie Facts You Probably Don't Know Christopher Lee is the only member of the Lord of the Rings cast or crew who actually met J.R.R. Tolkien.


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  • Brian

    May 2nd, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    Beverly Hills Cop/GPS fact is incorrect. GPS was started by the US DoD in 1973, with the first satellite launched in 1978. This happened six years prior to the movie being released.

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