Read for easter eggs, hidden details, behind the scene facts, and also directorial decisions that were made during shoots.
Back in the day, missing out on a few details when you are watching a movie was common. Today, even if you do miss out on something it's hard to not come to know of it with the internet at everyone's disposal. However, some details are deliberately tucked in for only the eagle-eyed people to find. So here's our list of movies that had some easter eggs and details hidden in the run-time.
In the movie Glass, James McAvoy had 24 personalities. Each of his personalities in Glass is Fully Credited.
In the movie Toy Story 4, a car has the license plate "RMRF97". Hold on, there's an interesting backstory attached! In 1997, someone accidentally deleted the entire Toy Story 2 film by tying "rm-r-f*". Thankfully, the film's supervising technical director had a copy as back up and the movie was restored.
A guy in the movie Skyfall is shown stealing artwork. The painting is by Amadeo Modigliani and is titled Woman With a Fan. It was stolen in real life back in 2010 and has yet to be found.
If you already knew this fact before you started watching the movie, there's a good chance you noticed that certain characters were not using iPhones and you exactly guessed why! Apple does not let any filmmaker show villains using iPhones on camera.
Professor Lupin spends most of the train journey to Hogwarts sleeping in the third installment of the Harry Potter franchise. Remember the date, September 1, 1993. He was exhausted from having to transform the previous night, as there indeed was a full moon. Later in the movie, the professor mentions that the transformation leaves him pretty exhausted.
In Iron Man 3 Pepper wears a shirt with an electron/neutron joke on it. We see the same shirt again, this time worn by Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
For Interstellar, Christopher Nolan planted 500 acres of corn just for the film because he didn't want to use Cgi for creating the farm. After the movie happened he sold the corn and made back profit for the budget.
In the movie Django Unchained, a man asks Django what his name is and how it is spelled. He says that the D in his name is silent and the man replies I know! The man is the Original Django from the 1966 film.