10 Amazing Hidden Details In Movies That We Unbelievably Missed

Whether you’ve watched a movie once or 100 times, there’s nothing more surprising and relaxing (just talking about as a viewer) than discovering there was a hidden detail that you already missed. We’ll put some popular Movies,to the test today, examining every detail to ensure we didn’t miss anything.
And while some movie scenes make sense, others question whether the filmmakers may have gone a bit over the top. To show you how scrupulously some favorite movies were filmed, we have compiled an eye-opening of unique movie details that you probably missed. Keep scrolling down to check out these unique movie facts and let us know which popular movie surprised you the most in the comment section below.

#1 The Lord of the Rings (2001)

Source: © The Lord of the Rings / New Line Cinema

The steeds that the Nazgul rode as the "black riders" were black with red eyes. They did most of the seeing for the ringwraiths. And the horses of the Nazgul in The Lord of the Rings have the Eye of Sauron on their chest riding gear.

#2 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Source: © Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros.

In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Professor Lupin spends almost the whole train ride to Hogwarts sleeping on September 1, 1993. He was exhausted because he had transformed the night before, and there had truly been a full moon on that day. Later, the professor confirms that the transformations make him exhausted, which readily shows how he could have been sleepy enough to endure the Demeter assault.

#3 Toy Story 4 (2019)

Source: © Toy Story 4 / Pixar Animation Studio

We can see that a car has the license plate "RMRF97" in Toy Story 4. In 1997, someone accidentally removed the entire Toy Story movie by typing 'rm -r -f *'. Luckily, the movie's supervising technical director had a backup copy at home, and the film was restored.

#4 Glass (2019)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © Glass / Universal Pictures

The character of Kerin Wendel Crumb in Glass was reprised by James McAvoy, who has 24 different personalities. Amazingly, all of his personalities are fully credited.

#5 Breaking Bad (2008)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © Breaking Bad / Sony Pictures Television

Breaking Bad has 62 episodes in total. The 62nd element on the periodic table is Samarium, which is used to treat lung cancer.

#6 The Truman Show (1998)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © The Truman Show / Paramount Pictures

In The Truman Show, Truman uses vitamin D supplements because the sun on the set isn't real.

#7 Knives Out (2019)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © Knives Out / Lionsgate

In Knives Put, some potential suspects use their iPhones periodically in the movie. The only character not seen taking an iPhone is the culprit, Ransom, portrayed incredibly by Chris Evans.
Apple representative does not allow filmmakers to show villains using iPhones on-screen., which make director Rian Johnson stated in a new interview with Vanity Fair, “Apple, they let you use iPhones in movies, but—and this is very pivotal if you’re ever watching a mystery movie—bad guys cannot have iPhones on camera,” Johnson said.

#8 Iron Man 3 (2003), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © Iron Man / Marvel Studios, © Spider-Man Homecoming / Marvel Studios

In Iron Man 3, Pepper puts on a shirt with an electron/neutron joke. Years later, in Spider-Man: Homecoming, we can see Peter wearing the same shirt.

#9 Skyfall (2012)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © Skyfall / EON Productions

A man is shown a stolen painting in the movie Skyfall. The artwork is by Amadeo Modigliani and is named Woman With a Fan. It was stolen in real-life in 2010 and has yet to be recovered.

#10 John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum (2019)

Amazing Hidden Details Source: © John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum / Lionsgate Entertainment Corporation

Keanu Reeves shared about his beloved character John Wick, “In the first script, they had John Wick recalled as working with old leather-bound books and book restoration,” Reeves spoke.
“We filmed it. It’s not in the movie, but we filmed it. He had a hobby and a vocation. That’s what he did. Best case, yes, his wife had passed, and that’s what he had decided to do once he got out after the impossible task, that was his vocation.”
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