20 moments from famous movies and cartoons that you probably didn't notice
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Did you know that in the DC universe, Vietnam is the 51st American state, and director Christopher Nolan sold corn? If you watch the movie carefully, you can find a lot of fun hidden details.
User Pikabu GtaVI has a special attention to detail and has published a whole series of references and Easter eggs from famous movies and cartoons. And we have chosen the best for you.
For the animation in this scene of the cartoon "How to Train your Dragon" (2010), a cat of one of the animators was used, to the tail of which was tied with tape.
The license plate that was taken out of the shark's teeth in the movie "Deep Blue Sea" (1999) is the same as the number found in the belly of a tiger shark in the movie "Jaws" (1975).
In The Godfather (1972), the cameraman Gordon Williss made sure that Vito Corleone's eyes were not visible during family matters — in his opinion, this made him look more intimidating.
Sid from Toy Story (1995) becomes a scavenger in Toy Story 3 (2010).
In Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, the" animal " that the Wookiees use as bait for Chewbacca is the teeth stuck in the anus of a white-tailed deer.
In the cartoon Ratatouille (2009), a restaurant critic's typewriter looks like a skull, and his office looks like a coffin.
In Monster Corporation (2001), coffee cups are designed for monsters of all sizes.
In "Iron Man 2" (2010), when Tony looks through his father's notes, you can see the blueprints of the Tesseract, which we saw only two years later in the movie "The Avengers" (2012).
In the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" (2015), a badge from a Mercedes is used as a sight for a harpoon.
In The Lord of the Rings, Gandalf carries his pipe in a staff.
Escaping from Nazi Germany in an airship, Indiana Jones ' father reads a German newspaper so as not to arouse suspicion. But he's holding it upside down.
The scene "Hands up!" in "The Incredible Family" (1998) is a reference to the movie "Die Hard".
At the end of the movie "The Shawshank Escape" (1994), the detective who arrests Captain Headley reads him his rights from a piece of paper. The events of the film take place in 1966, it was then that the law was passed that these rights must be read out at the time of arrest, and many did not yet know them by heart.
The flag that covered the coffin of the Comedian in the film "Guardians" (2009) has 51 stars, because in the universe of the film, as a result of the actions of Dr. Manhattan and the Comedian himself, Vietnam became a US state.
In Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), when Peter Quill is arrested, the display says that he has a built-in translator in his neck, which explains how he can talk to all the aliens.
In Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), the prayer gesture is like a V8 engine.
It was only after filming the pool scene in Poltergeist (1982) that actress Jobeth Williams learned that the skeletons were real. In those years, it was cheaper for the director to buy skeletons from a medical company than to make them out of rubber.
When Kevin from the movie "Home Alone" digs through Buzz's things, he finds a portrait of his girlfriend and says "woof", implying that she looks like a dog (in slang — an unattractive girl). The director felt that it would be rude to use a photo of a girl for this frame, and asked the art director to dress up his son as a girl for the portrait.
For the filming of "Interstellar" (2014), Christopher Nolan planted 200 hectares of corn, because he thought that computer graphics would look bad. After the filming was completed, he collected and sold corn, thus beating off part of the budget.
In the movie "Batman" (1989), the TV host stops wearing makeup after the Joker poisons the cosmetics.