7. Tarantino Paying Tribute in Style
Django Unchained is one of our favorite movies. We were only "today" years old when we found out that Tarantino paid tribute to someone in Django Unchained. In the film, a man asks Django about his name and how it is spelled. Django responds, "The D is silent" and the man responds, "I know." Well, this man was none other than Franco Nero, the original Django from the original 1966 film.
8. Genuine Expression in Die Hard
Alan Rickman's villainous role in Die Hard film was superb. But he didn't know that the stunt team pulled off an unexpected move to make the ending more realistic. Rickman's petrified expression while falling was as real as it gets because the stunt team told him that they would drop him on the count of 3, but they dropped him at 1.
9. Going for Cheaper Skeletons
This is one of the details that surprised us and most probably angered actress Jobeth Williams. So, after shooting the pool scene in the film Poltergeist, the actress came back and everything was okay. She later found out that the skeletons she was swimming around were 100% real. As expected, it spooked her. The reason why real skeletons were used was that they were a lot cheaper to get from a medical company rather than making them out of rubber.
10. Thumbprint on Lego Characters
In the Lego Movie, whenever a character had a shiny surface on them, that's when you can see a thumbprint on the surface. This is a very clever detail that most of us have never noticed. All is you needed is a magnifying glass.
11. A Subtle Hint
How many of you have watched Evan Almighty and not become a big fan of it? In the movie, God poses as a waiter and interestingly, his name tag says Al Mighty.
12. Vitamin D Supplements in The Truman Show
Now, this is one of the details that completely blew our minds. You see, Vitamin D supplements are highly recommended to those people who don't get regular sun exposure. There is a brief moment in the film when we see Vitamin D supplements and it is really clever work.