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35 Movies That Are Turning 10 Years Old In 2016

How many of these did you see in the theaters a decade ago?

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1. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Fun fact: Dead Man's Chest was the highest-grossing film of the year, bringing in a worldwide gross of $1,066,179,725!
Disney

Fun fact: Dead Man's Chest was the highest-grossing film of the year, bringing in a worldwide gross of $1,066,179,725!

2. She's the Man

Fun fact: The film is a loose adaption of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
DreamWorks

Fun fact: The film is a loose adaption of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

3. Cars

Fun fact: Cars is second biggest-selling film franchise when it comes to tie-in merchandise -- it's of course only second to Star Wars.
Pixar/Disney

Fun fact: Cars is second biggest-selling film franchise when it comes to tie-in merchandise -- it's of course only second to Star Wars.

4. The Da Vinci Code

Fun fact: Tom Hanks wasn't director Ron Howard's first choice for the role of Robert Langdon. He originally wanted Bill Paxton for the part.
Columbia

Fun fact: Tom Hanks wasn't director Ron Howard's first choice for the role of Robert Langdon. He originally wanted Bill Paxton for the part.

5. Ice Age: The Meltdown

Fun fact: At the time of its release conservatives attacked the film for promoting the concept of global warming.
Fox

Fun fact: At the time of its release conservatives attacked the film for promoting the concept of global warming.

6. Casino Royale

Fun fact: Quentin Tarantino actually wanted to write and direct Casino Royale. His version would have been set in the '50s or '60s and starred Pierce Bronson.
MGM

Fun fact: Quentin Tarantino actually wanted to write and direct Casino Royale. His version would have been set in the '50s or '60s and starred Pierce Bronson.

7. The Prestige

Fun fact: The Prestige was one of two high-profile period magician films to be released that year. The second was The Illusionist, starring Ed Norton and Paul Giamatti.
Touchstone

Fun fact: The Prestige was one of two high-profile period magician films to be released that year. The second was The Illusionist, starring Ed Norton and Paul Giamatti.

8. Night at the Museum

Fun fact: Ben Stiller watched the Mission Impossible films to study Tom Cruise's running style for the movie.
Fox

Fun fact: Ben Stiller watched the Mission Impossible films to study Tom Cruise's running style for the movie.

9. Step Up

Fun fact: Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Channing Tatum first met on the set of the film. The two married three years later.
Touchstone Pictures

Fun fact: Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Channing Tatum first met on the set of the film. The two married three years later.

10. Happy Feet

Fun fact: The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2007, beating out both Cars and Monster House.
Warner Bros.

Fun fact: The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2007, beating out both Cars and Monster House.

11. Superman Returns

Fun fact: Tim Burton almost rebooted the franchise back in 1997, with Nicolas Cage as Superman.
Warner Bros.

Fun fact: Tim Burton almost rebooted the franchise back in 1997, with Nicolas Cage as Superman.

12. Snakes on a Plane

Fun fact: The infamous quote, "I've had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking plane!" was not in the original script. It was added into the film during reshoots after it became a viral phenomenon after someone, who sounded like Samuel L. Jackson, dubbed into a fan-made online trailer.
New Line Cinema

Fun fact: The infamous quote, "I've had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking plane!" was not in the original script. It was added into the film during reshoots after it became a viral phenomenon after someone, who sounded like Samuel L. Jackson, dubbed into a fan-made online trailer.

13. Mission: Impossible III

Fun fact: The film was J.J. Abrams feature film directorial debut.
Paramount

Fun fact: The film was J.J. Abrams feature film directorial debut.

14. X-Men: The Last Stand

Fun fact: Channing Tatum auditioned to play Gambit in the movie, but the role was ultimately cut from the final script for the film. When the character was written into X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Taylor Kitsch was cast in the part. Of course, Tatum is now cast in the upcoming Gambit spin-off film.
Fox

Fun fact: Channing Tatum auditioned to play Gambit in the movie, but the role was ultimately cut from the final script for the film. When the character was written into X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Taylor Kitsch was cast in the part. Of course, Tatum is now cast in the upcoming Gambit spin-off film.

15. Eight Below

Fun fact: Paul Walker agreed to do the film partly because he wanted to do a family film.
Disney

Fun fact: Paul Walker agreed to do the film partly because he wanted to do a family film.

16. Akeelah and the Bee

Fun fact: The movie was the first film Starbucks (yes, as in the coffee chain) ever produced.
Lions Gate Entertainment

Fun fact: The movie was the first film Starbucks (yes, as in the coffee chain) ever produced.

17. V for Vendetta

Fun fact: A "V" appears in almost every frame of the film.
Warner Bros.

Fun fact: A "V" appears in almost every frame of the film.

18. The Break-Up

Fun fact: Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn dated for a over a year after meeting on set.
Universal Studios

Fun fact: Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn dated for a over a year after meeting on set.

19. The Devil Wears Prada

Fun Fact: Anna Wintour, whom the character of Miranda Priestly is reportedly based on in the book, wore head-to-toe Prada to the New York premiere of the film.
Fox

Fun Fact: Anna Wintour, whom the character of Miranda Priestly is reportedly based on in the book, wore head-to-toe Prada to the New York premiere of the film.

20. The Lake House

Fun fact: This was the first time Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock reunited onscreen since starring in Speed together in 1994.
Warner Bros.

Fun fact: This was the first time Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock reunited onscreen since starring in Speed together in 1994.

21. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Fun fact: Real-life NASCAR drivers Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. make cameos in the film.
Columbia

Fun fact: Real-life NASCAR drivers Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. make cameos in the film.

22. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Fun fact: This film does not take place in chronological order, it actually takes place after Furious 6, and right before Furious 7.
Universal Studios

Fun fact: This film does not take place in chronological order, it actually takes place after Furious 6, and right before Furious 7.

23. Monster House

Fun fact: The movie was co-written by Dan Harmon, who is best-known for creating Community.
Columbia Pictures

Fun fact: The movie was co-written by Dan Harmon, who is best-known for creating Community.

24. Marie Antoinette

Fun fact: The band Phoenix makes a small cameo in the film as musicians entertaining Marie-Antoinette. Sofia Coppola, the film's director, is married to Phoenix's lead singer, Thomas Mars.
Columbia

Fun fact: The band Phoenix makes a small cameo in the film as musicians entertaining Marie-Antoinette. Sofia Coppola, the film's director, is married to Phoenix's lead singer, Thomas Mars.

25. Little Miss Sunshine

Fun fact: For her performance as Olive Hoover, Abigail Breslin received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination -- making her one of the youngest people ever to receive the honor.
Fox Searchlight Pictures

Fun fact: For her performance as Olive Hoover, Abigail Breslin received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination -- making her one of the youngest people ever to receive the honor.

26. The Queen

Fun fact: Following the film's premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Helen Mirren received a five-minute standing ovation for her performance.
Miramax Films

Fun fact: Following the film's premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Helen Mirren received a five-minute standing ovation for her performance.

27. The Departed

Fun fact: The movie is actually a remake of a 2002 Hong Kong film Infernal Affairs.
Warner Bros.

Fun fact: The movie is actually a remake of a 2002 Hong Kong film Infernal Affairs.

28. Children of Men

Fun fact: The movie received three Academy Award nominations: Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay, Best Achievement in Cinematography, and Best Achievement in Film Editing.
Universal

Fun fact: The movie received three Academy Award nominations: Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay, Best Achievement in Cinematography, and Best Achievement in Film Editing.

29. Pan's Labyrinth

Fun fact: Guillermo del Toro was offered the chance to make the movie with bigger budget, but he turned it down because it meant he would have to make the film in English.
Picturehouse

Fun fact: Guillermo del Toro was offered the chance to make the movie with bigger budget, but he turned it down because it meant he would have to make the film in English.

30. Apocalypto

Fun fact: In the theatrical cut of the film there is a hidden Waldo (as in Where's Waldo?) hiding among a pile of dead bodies.
Touchstone Pictures

Fun fact: In the theatrical cut of the film there is a hidden Waldo (as in Where's Waldo?) hiding among a pile of dead bodies.

31. Rocky Balboa

Fun fact: Sylvester Stallone decided to make another Rocky movie because the previous film, Rocky V, had left everyone "with[out] any sense of hope."
MGM

Fun fact: Sylvester Stallone decided to make another Rocky movie because the previous film, Rocky V, had left everyone "with[out] any sense of hope."

32. Charlotte's Web

Fun fact: Forty-seven pigs were used to play Wilbur.
Paramount Pictures

Fun fact: Forty-seven pigs were used to play Wilbur.

33. Dreamgirls

Fun fact: More than 780 actresses auditioned for the role of Effie White before producers finally chose Jennifer Hudson for the part.
Paramount

Fun fact: More than 780 actresses auditioned for the role of Effie White before producers finally chose Jennifer Hudson for the part.

34. The Holiday

Fun fact: The charming English cottage used in the film wasn't real, it was a set built on an empty field.
Touchstone Pictures

Fun fact: The charming English cottage used in the film wasn't real, it was a set built on an empty field.

35. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

Fun fact: Sacha Baron Cohen said Borat was inspired by a Russian doctor he once met.
Fox

Fun fact: Sacha Baron Cohen said Borat was inspired by a Russian doctor he once met.

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