In Dark Phoenix (2019), in the scene where Professor X is talking to Magneto he is wearing a Rolex Milgauss watch, which is designed to be resistant to magnetic interference.
In Titanic (1997), the nude sketch of Rose was created by director James Cameron. He is a skilled artist and even did some concept art for a few of his movies (The Terminator and Aliens).
In Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), many of the rebel soldiers at the battle of Hoth were played by local Norwegians, including several dozen mountain-rescue skiers. The external shots of the battle were filmed at the small town of Finse, Norway.
Sam Sparks' outfit in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013) is almost identical to Ellie Sattler's in Jurassic Park (1993). Both movies also take place on an island filled with scary creatures.
In The Shawshank Redemption (1994) after stating "I guess it comes down to a simple choice, really. Get busy living or get busy dying", Andy stands up and walks into the light, leaving Red in the dark showing that he had chose to "get busy living" whilst Red is still on the side of "get busy dying."
In Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) the shirt Peter Quills wears the day his mother dies can be seen 26 years later on his one night stand.
It's probably common knowledge by this point, but I just now noticed the 28 Days Later (2002) reference at the end of Shaun of the Dead (2004).
In Moana (2016), Maui, in his first introduction to Moana, says first that he's a "hero of men." Eventually he clarifies that he is a "hero to all. Not a guy/girl thing." Samoans, Native Hawaiians and Tahitians all subscribe to the social concept of a third gender.
StarWars(1977): The planet Tatooine, Luke and Anakin skywalker's homeland, is set in a location in Tataouine (hence the name) in the Arabic north African country of Tunisia. The planet's three moons Ghomraseen, Guermessa and Chenini are named after another three nearby locations.
In Spaceballs (1987) when Yogurt is showing off his Spaceballs merchandise, you can see Optimus Prime from Transformers on the cover.
In The Truman Show (1998), Truman's job as an insurance salesman serves as a constant reinforcement for him to be risk-averse (@00:01:36).
In Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991), having real human skin, the T-800 sweats inside the steel mill, while the T-1000 does not.
In Monsters Inc , you can see that the paint on the side as well as the centre of the Scare Floor bell has worn off from being hit by the hammer so many times.
In Shrek (2001) Lord Farquaad is actually named after a dormitory at University of Notre Dame. They call the dorms “quads” and one of the creators of the character lived in the “Far Quad” while attending Notre Dame.
In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Spider-man runs into the fake avengers next to a sign about identity theft
In Iron Man 2 (2010) the actor of Whiplash (Mickey Rourke) went to visit Russian prisons to prep for his role
Cameron Crowe loved a shot from the pilot of 'My So-Called Life' where Brian and Claire are standing in the street with fog. He took a picture of it and told series creator Winnie Holzman he was going to recreate it for Jerry Maguire (1996).
In The Italian Job (2003), Lyle claims that his idea for Napster was stolen by Shawn Fanning when they were rooming together in college. In the background, there's a Metallica flag, the first music artist to sue Napster for copyright infringement.
The clouds in this poster for The Lighthouse (2019) look a lot like the two main characters
When flying into Jurassic Park (1993), Grant finds a way to tie his seatbelt despite only having 2 “hole side” buckles. This foreshadows how the dinosaurs eventually reproduce despite being only female. “Life finds a way”.
In Shawshank Redemption, when Brooks got out of the prison and was on his way to the city, see everyone else except him was looking out of the bus. This gives us a feeling that how much Brooks is disconnected from the outside world, as he had spent almost all his life in the prison.
In “A Star is Born” (2018), Jack asks “What did you say?” or “Sorry?“ throughout his casual conversation with Ally, foreshadowing his hearing problems later in the film.
In the movie Party Monster (2003) when James St. James gives Michael tips on how to be fabulous, he says “never be seen drinking anything other than champagne”. Throughout the movie, the only thing they drink is in fact champagne.
In Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991), not only is Max the same dog that Sarah had at the end of the first film, Kyle Reese also said that dogs are used to sniff out Terminators, and the T-1000 had already assimilated John's foster mother
In Batman Returns (1992), Michelle Pfeiffer actually put a live bird in her mouth and let it fly out
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