49 Wildly Awesome Movie Details Viewers Just Didn’t Notice – Part 6




In Troy (2004), Brad Pitt and Eric Bana did not use stunt doubles for their epic duel. They made a gentleman's agreement to pay for every accidental hit. $50 for each light hit, $100 for each hard blow. Pitt ended up paying Bana $750. Bana didn't owe Pitt anything



In Endgame (2019), Captain America always cushions the flight path of Mjolnir while Thor grabs it outstretched. Cap is used to adjusting for the Shield's recoil while Thor knows Mjolnir comes to a stop at his hand.

3Tron: Legacy

Tron: Legacy

In “Tron: Legacy” (2010) Quorra, a computer program, mentions to Sam that she rarely beats Kevin Flynn at their strategy board game. This game is actually “Go”, a game that is notoriously difficult for computer programs to play well.

4Legend (2015)

Legend (2015)

The poster for the movie Legend (2015) mocked one of its negative reviews by hiding the two-star review between the Kray twins' heads.

5Sh! The Octopus

Sh! The Octopus

For the transformation scene in Sh! The Octopus (1937), the actress was made to wear makeup with exaggerated highlights and shadows using a single color shade of makeup, which is invisible to the camera. The filter was then taken away to expose the makeup.

6Sandler’s Love Interests

Sandler’s Love Interests

Adam Sandler’s love interests in Billy Madison (1995), Happy Gilmore (1996), The Waterboy (1998), Little Nicky (2000), Pixels (2015), & Hubie Halloween (2020) all have a double-V character names



Whilst filming Scream (1996) Drew Barrymore accidentally called 911 for real several times. The prop master had forgotten to unplug the phone before filming. Barrymore would call, scream, and hang up. In the middle of one take, the police rang back in confusion to ask why they kept calling.

8Men in Black

Men in Black

In Men in Black (1997), the language these aliens speak together is ‘Huttese’, the language Jabba the Hutt speaks in the Star Wars.



In Ratatouille (2007), the ratatouille that Rémy prepares was designed by Chef Thomas Keller. It's a real recipe. It takes at least four hours to make.



In Anaconda (1997), a shot of the riverboat is played in reverse to show the boat reversing, however, the waterfall in the shot is clearly flowing backward.