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Hundreds of new movies are released every year, but if you want your film to linger long in the memory, the devil is in the details. Literally.Each of these films is considered a classic and you’ve probably seen them dozens of times, but we wager you might have missed some of the amazing smaller details that make them stand out from the crowd. Seriously, you’ll never be able to see these movies in the same light again.Here’s some of the best, most mind-blowing movie details you probably missed…Read moreThe funniest moments of the MCU so farSubtle Star Wars references in other moviesMovie stars that lost a huge amount of money
We go deep-nerd on the latest MCU entry to decode every hidden reference, from the comic books to Matt Damon's filmography.
The Alex Kurtzman-directed reboot of Universal’s “The Mummy” starring Tom Cruise brings the cursed Egyptian monster into the modern era. In doing that, it seems to erase Universal’s last reboot of the franchise, 1999’s “The Mummy” that starred Rachel Weisz and Brendan Fraser. The Easter Egg pops up when Cruise’s character, Nick Morton, and Egyptologist Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis) meet up with Dr. Jekyll (Russell Crowe).
Disney is the undisputed king when it comes to hiding Easter eggs in its movies, and Disney Animation Studios’ latest release ‘Moana’ is no exception.
Jon Favreau is an unapologetic Disney devotee. He knows the old movies backwards and forwards. His Apple Watch face is, unsurprisingly, Mickey Mouse. His fandom helped earn him the gig of directing The Jungle Book and the eye-popping photo-real film is suffused with treats for both aficionados of Uncle Walt’s classic oeuvre and film buffs in general. From visual cues and callbacks to the original 1967 classic cartoon to obscure references, Favreau’s film will reward the observant.
Audiences will remember the triumph with which Chandler and Joey rode into Monica’s apartment on a hideous white dog ornament after they won the flat in a bet. Joey announces to everyone that he was 27 pounds when he was born, while Chandler gives Ross $27 to apologise for dating Monica. Meanwhile, Rachel demonstrates how Monica labels her cups by showing her date #27.
No self-respecting movie franchise is complete nowadays unless they come loaded with hidden in-jokes, references, and Easter eggs for the hardcore fans to spot, and ‘Star Wars’ is no different. With 30+ years of history to fall back on, ‘The Force Awakens’ has more Easter eggs than you can shake a gaffi stick at. - Is Star Wars Racist?
The recent ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ trailers have been crammed full of hidden gems… but you might have missed this one. Emblazoned right on the front of Superman’s costume (hidden within the ‘S’), the inscription is actually written in Kryptonian… but a closer look at the official publicity photos reveals that it has been there all along. “We decided to translate that into Kryptonian,” Wilkinson explained.
Such is the general reverence for the greatest animation studio in the world, Pixar movies are always stuffed full of easter eggs, and it appears that ‘Inside Out’ was no exception. This appears to be a knowing sneak peak at Arlo, the forthcoming star of Pixar’s next big movie ‘The Good Dinosaur’, out over here on November 27. It’s the first time Pixar has ever released two films in a single year.
Sure, BB-8 is getting all the publicity ahead of the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but O.G. astromech R2-D2 has had an enduring cultural impact for nearly 40 years. The little droid has not only appeared in every canonical Star Wars movie and TV spinoff, but he also has racked up an impressive list of credits in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. Still, if you blinked, you might have missed his lesser-known cameos. So we broke out the Blu-rays and gave the slo-mo button a workout to bring you Artoo’s amazing travels.