When we re-watch our favorite movies, we always find something new. You can only catch the small details, that are sometimes the key to the entire plot, if you’re really paying attention. In this article, you’ll find out facts from the world of movies that might come as a complete surprise to you.
Bright Side put together 17 facts from the world of movies which might make you want to watch a couple of your favorites again.
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- Both actresses played the part of Sarah Connor: Lena Headey in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles TV series, and Emilia Clarke in Terminator Genisys.
© Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles / Bartleby Company © Terminator Genisys / Paramount Pictures
- Sean Connery acted as Harrison Ford’s father in the Indiana Jones movies. In reality, the difference between the actors’ ages is only 12 years.
© Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade / Lucasfilm Ltd.
- The famous words of Sonny Corleone ’badabing’ in The Godfather were actually James Caan’s improvisation.
© The Godfather / Alfran Productions
- In both movies directed by Guillermo del Toro — Blade II and Hellboy II: The Golden Army — the main villains were played by Luke Goss. Both characters look as if they came from the same universe.
© Blade II / Amen Ra Films © Hellboy II: The Golden Army / Dark Horse Entertainment
- In the director’s cut of Aliens, Ellen Ripley’s daughter was acted by Sigourney Weaver’s mother — Elizabeth Inglis.
© Aliens / 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
- Carrie Henn who played Newt in Aliens is 42 years old now.
© Aliens / 20th Century Fox Film Corporation © Gage Skidmore / wikimedia
- The stomach and hand from the poster of American Beauty belong to American model Chloe Hunter and not to actress Mena Suvari.
© American Beauty / DreamWorks SKG © s_bukley / depositphotos
- The prototype of the pit in The Dark Knight Rises is an ancient stepwell in Chand Baori.
© The Dark Knight Rises / DC Entertainment © GiGo / pikabu
- Disney refused to produce Back to the Future because they thought that the relationship between Marty and his mother would offend the audience.
© Back to the Future / Amblin Entertainment
- During the production of The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan was very much impressed with Tom Hardy, whose face was covered with a mask. After that the director decided that the actor just needed his eyes to be seen to deliver the character. That’s why, we can mostly only see only Tom’s eyes in Dunkirk.
© The Dark Knight Rises / DC Entertainment © Dunkirk / Canal+ [fr]
- In the last Bruce Lee movie, Game of Death, there is a scene when a villain changes blank bullets to actual ones to get rid of Bruce Lee’s character. In 1993, Bruce Lee’s son Brandon was shot by Michael Massee from a 44 caliber revolver during the production of The Crow. The real bullet in the barrel was unnoticed by the shooting crew and was released with a shot striking Lee in his stomach.
© Game of Death / Columbia Pictures © The Crow / Crowvision Inc.
- There is a small after credits scene in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl with Barbossa’s monkey.