Movies are one of the most popular forms of entertainment. While some people want to forget a movie the second they walk out of the theatre, some desire to get its copy and rewatch them for the hundredth time. However, even if you are a movie buff, you may miss several details.
In fact, filmmakers have hidden so many easter eggs within the scenes. They could be a little joke or reference that are added to make the viewing experience more exciting. These facts may change your opinion of the characters and their actions.
We have collected 9 curious facts that may make you see your favorite movies from a different angle.
#1 The Cullens are fairies
Stephenie Meyer is best known for writing the vampire romance series “Twilight”, which has sold over 100 million copies. However, Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight vampire lore has often been criticized for its inconsistencies. One theory argues that vampires are actually fairies because vampires can’t sparkle in sunlight but fairies can.
#2 Bella Swan could be part werewolf
Twilight fans doubt that Bella Swan is actually half werewolf. Many wonder how a vampire and a human could have a child. The theory explains that Bella’s werewolf gene could have helped her get pregnant, and it’s also a slightly less complicated explanation for why Jacob imprinted on her daughter, Renesmee.
#3 Jack never told Rose he loved her
Source: © Titanic / 20th Century Studios
Jack and Rose always have a place in our hearts as one of those movie couples. Despite the short time they know each other, they’ve fallen in love. However, many people noticed that until the Titanic sinks, Jack never tells Rose he loves her.
#4 The Runway office is the exact copy of the Vogue office
It is true that the book “Devil Wears Prada” was inspired by author Lauren Weisberger’s stint as an assistant to the legendary Vogue editor, Anna Wintour. The filmmakers based on Anna Wintour’s office to recreate the office so authentically.
#5 Mooney, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs died in reverse order
Source: © Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 / Warner Bros., © Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros., © Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 / Warner Bros., © Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 / Warner Bros.
The order of the nicknames on the map “Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs” is actually in the reverse order of when the Marauders died. Prongs being the first to die (31 October 1981), and Moony being the last (2 May 1998).
#6 Severus Snape secretly helps the Order of the Phoenix
Severus Snape is certainly a complicated character in the world of “Harry Potter”. He is a bully to many of his students and often singles Harry out, even in their first interaction. However, he protected Harry from Voldemort in the end. Furthermore, in a scene of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, McGonagall and Snape had a short fight. Snape secretly hit one of the Death Easters standing behind him and never used spells against anyone in the castle.
#7 The actors of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” learned to do magic
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is a 2016 fantasy film directed by David Yates. It is considered a spin-off of and prequel to the “Harry Potter” film series. Due to the desire for the success of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, the cast was required to attend a boot camp to learn how to use a wand properly.
#8 The fact that the parents forgot Kevin can be explained
Home Alone is one of the quintessential holiday classics that is watched at least once every Christmas. However, many fans still get annoyed when watching the scene where Kenvin is forgotten at home. In fact, before departing, family members counted their children and mistook a neighbor’s boy for Kenvin. In addition, Kevin’s father threw away his ticket by mistake that morning while trying to clean up the mess caused by Kevin and Buzz.
#9 Grace from “Armageddon” and the actress herself have a complicated relationship with their fathers
Liv Tyler believed that Utopia singer Todd Rundgren was her biological father. In fact, Steven Tyler is her real father. Bebe Buell, Live’s mother, kept the paternity a secret from Liv because of Steven’s reported drug addiction. After discovering the truth, Liv and Steve began fostering their relationship. Now, they’re constantly supporting each other through major achievements in both their careers and have a dang good relationship. In “Armageddon”, the actress was in the role of Grace who had a severe relationship with her father.