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12 Hidden Details In Your Favorite Movies That Most People Missed

Everyone has at least one movie that they keep rewatching so many times that they can figure out some hidden details in your favorite movies. Indeed, they can actually spot all the smallest details featured in the movies, while many others can see anything special from them.

When the filmmakers hide several easter eggs and small details within the scene, they eventually leave some small questions to the viewers. And once we find out the answer, we may feel that the cinematography is beautiful. People can find something new every time they press play.

To show how scrupulously some popular movies were made, we have compiled an eye-opening list of incredible hidden details in popular movies that will make you surprise. Someone might say wow and wonder how they missed them in their favorite movies. Let’s scroll down and check them out!

#1 A sneaky link between the worlds of Daredevil and Spider-Man.

Hidden Things In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Daredevil / ABC Signature and co-producers, © Spider-Man / Columbia Pictures and co-producers

#2 Eleven, in the series Stranger Things, wear an outfit similar to that of E.T.

Hidden Things In Your Favorite MoviesSource: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial / Universal Pictures and co-producers, © Stranger Things / 21 Laps Entertainment and co-producers

#3 In Back to the Future Part III, you can see Clara Clayton, the teacher, in the background, unaware that her life will soon be saved by the well-known duo.

Hidden Things In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Back to the Future Part III / Universal Pictures and co-producers

#4 The alien in this scene is really Rick Baker, the world-famous special effect and makeup artist.

Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Men in Black 3 / Columbia Pictures and co-producers

#5 This relationship between Aphie and the Queen exists in real life too because they have a mutually beneficial relationship.

Hidden Things In Your Favorite MoviesSource: A Bug’s Life / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers, Luis Fernández García / Wikimedia Commons, © CC BY-SA 2.1 ES

#6 When the protagonist takes a fall in Pixar’s Luca, he has anchovies spinning around his head. This is because his companion Alberto told him that stars were just shiny anchovies.

spinning around his head, Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Luca / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers

#7 Tom Hanks said that the young Forrest Gump was a bigger influence on his adult character than we thought, especially the accent.

Forrest GumpSource: Forrest Gump / Paramount Pictures and co-producers

#8 One of the monsters in Monsters Inc., George Sanderson is truly a cheater who’s been punished by the CDA numerous times.

Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Monsters University / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers, © Monsters, Inc. / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers

#9 In the Truman Show, the only character whose name doesn’t refer to a famous actor, is Truman.

Truman Show, Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: The Truman Show / Paramount Pictures and co-producers

#10 The teddy bear that appeared in season 2 of Breaking Bad can be seen on the mural Jane painted in her room, alluding that it was actually her teddy bear.

Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Breaking Bad / High Bridge Productions and co-producers

#11 The first Batmobile featured on the back of a newspaper in The LEGO Batman Movie.

hidden details in popular moviesSource: The Lego Batman Movie / Animal Logic and co-producers

#12 Here’s a 2-in-1 from the Toy Story movies. On the left, we can see Mrs. Potato Head reading A Bug’s Life and on the right scene, you can see Boo from Monsters Inc. in the blurry background.

hidden details in popular movies, Hidden Details In Your Favorite MoviesSource: Toy Story 2 / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers, © Toy Story 4 / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers, © Monsters, Inc. / Pixar Animation Studios and co-producers