20 Hidden Movie Details That You May Not Fully Understand On First Viewing

Would you believe that some of the biggest blockbuster movies take years to complete? It’s true! Hundreds of people work hundreds of hours behind the scenes to make a film that lasts more or less than two hours.
But everything is worth it. The Hollywood film industry has been churning out one hit film after another, as seen by the multi-billion dollar box office records. Some movies even hit $1 billion at the box office thanks to repeating business at the theater. So what makes audiences watch these movies over and over again without getting bored? First and foremost, both the compelling storyline and great actors are the factors that make the film so appealing to the audience. In addition, with contributions from hundreds of talented people, these movies are made as detailed as possible. Even if you've watched it several times, you won't be able to uncover all of these exquisite movie details.
The following are 20 hidden movie details that very few of us understand. Scroll down for more details!

#1 Tim Robbins suggested Ray to dig an underground tunnel in “War of the Worlds”. This is exactly how Andy Dufresne ran away from the prison in the movie “The Shawshank Redemption”.

Source: © War of the Worlds / Paramount Pictures, © The Shawshank Redemption / Warner Bros.

#2 Ron was seen using a green-glow spell in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II. This glow has never been seen in a movie before. This spell is Avada Kedavra also known as The Killing Curse, one of the unforgivable curses.

Source: © Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II / Warner Bros.

#3 Also in this movie, there is a scene in which Harry Potter was seen without glasses. It was because he was not in the real world but it was his soul. Harry was seen nude in the novel. However, he was dressed in the film.

Source: © Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II / Warner Bros.

#4 The only time Doctor Strange wore yellow gloves with his vintage suit was in Thor: Ragnarok.

Source: © Thor: Ragnarok / Marvel Studios

#5 In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," the main character was given the option of taking the blue pill or the red pill.

Source: © The Secret Life of Walter Mitty / 20th Century Fox, © The Matrix / Warner Bros.

#6 A scene from “The Hangover” looks a lot similar to the cover of the “Beatles” album.

Source: © The Hangover / Warner Bros., © Charles LeBlanc / flickr

#7 In Reservoir Dogs, Steve Buscemi's character had a rule of not tipping the waiters. Also in Pulp Fiction, the same actor portrayed a waiter.

Source: © Reservoir Dogs / Miramax,© Pulp Fiction / Miramax

#8 In Captain America, Nicholas J. Fury's gravestone had the engraving "The path of the righteous man." The identical quotes were used by Jules from Pulp Fictions. Both the roles were played by the same actor, Samuel L. Jackson.

Source: © Captain America / Marvel Studios,© Pulp Fiction / Miramax

#9 In Avengers: Endgame, Thor wore gloves in all scenes. It was done to hide the stitches in the costume that the actor had to wear in order to make his character look fat.

Source: © Avengers: Endgame / Marvel Studios

#10 The boy wearing a mask of Iron Man became Spider-Man later. Even Tom Holland confirmed it.

Source: © Iron Man II / Marvel Studios, © Spider-Man: Homecoming / Marvel Studios

#11 In the first season of Stranger Things, Sheriff Jim Hopper wears a blue bracelet. It was actually the hairband of his daughter who died.

Source: © Stranger Things / Netflix

#12 In "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe", the White Witch’s ice crown melted as soon as she started losing her powers.

Source: © The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe / The Walt Disney Company

#13 The graffiti changes colors in a very beautiful fashion in the scenes from "Baby Driver" where the characters fall in love.

Source: © Baby Driver / Big Talk Productions

#14 In John Wick: Chapter 2, a hotel scene was shown within the time frame of 1 week. Even though the second film was shot three years later, the cars near the hotel were placed in the exact locations.

Source: © John Wick / Thunder Road Pictures, © John Wick: Chapter 2 / Thunder Road Pictures

#15 When Deadpool was taken into the experimental surgery, he asked Ryan Reynolds “Please, don’t make my suit green.” It was actually a reference to Ryan Reynolds’ role in “Green Lantern”.

Source: © Deadpool / 20th Century Fox,© The Green Lantern / Warner Bros.

#16 There was a reference to the iconic movie “The Shining” in “IT: Chapter Two”, where Beverly was in the bathroom and several people tried to get in. One of the men says the famous line “Here’s Johnny!”

Source: © It: Chapter Two / Warner Bros, © The Shining / Warner Bros.

#17 In Gone Girl, there was a scene where Amy was seen using different pens. She used different pens to fake the diary.

Source: © Gone Girl / 20th Century Fox

#18 In Back to the Future, Part II, Marty meets Doc at a shopping mall named “Twin Pines Mall”. There were two pines there before the mall was built here so it got the name Two Pines Mall but when DeLorean bumped into one of the pine trees, its name was changed to “Lone Pine Mall”.

Source: © Back To The Future, Part II / Universal Pictures

#19 In the first part of “Back to the Future”, Doc broke a ledge. It was broken in the sequel season.

Source: © Back To The Future, Part II / Universal Pictures

#20 In the second installment of “Back to the future”, Doc’s shirt had trains and hoses on it which was a spoiler in reference to the third installment of the film.

Source: © Back To The Future, Part II / Universal Pictures

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