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18 Easter Eggs People Found In Famous Movies That Are Blowing My Mind

Who's ready for an egg hunt?

h/t R/MovieDetails

1. This beverage upgrade.

In Back to the Future (1985) before Marty travels back and changes the past, helping his father gain self-confidence, George drinks Miller Lite. When Marty returns to 1985 the more confident, richer George now drinks Miller High Life the "Champagne of Beers" from MovieDetails

2. This clever disguise.

In The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Bruce did not wear a mask during the masked ball scene. This is because he considers Batman as his true identity and "Bruce Wayne" as his disguise in public. When Selina asked him "Who are you pretending to be? " he replied "Bruce Wayne, eccentric billionaire". from MovieDetails

3. This role reversal.

Unlike the rest of the franchise, Terminator Salvation (2009) opens with the domination of a machine skull by humanity, as opposed to the other way around from MovieDetails

4. This skeleton's big break.

In House on Haunted Hill (1959) the skeleton is credited as himself. from MovieDetails

5. This familiar gang.

In Cars (2006), you can see the birds from the Pixar short film 'For the Birds'. from MovieDetails

6. This hat tip.

In Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) the street in the opening sequence is named Mega Drive after Sega's console that featured many of the early Sonic games. from MovieDetails

7. This spooky snout.

In The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Zero’s nose is a Jack O’ Lantern!! from MovieDetails

8. This salacious secret.

In Frozen (2013), Anna visit's this trading post and sauna called "Wandering Oaken's", which is an anagram of "Naked Norwegian's". from MovieDetails

9. This character switch-up.

In The Emperor's New Groove (2000), the candlestick holder used in the dinner scene is Huaca, originally Yzma's sidekick (instead of Kronk) in Kingdom of the Sun, the pre-production version of the movie before it was retooled into the comedy we know it as now. from MovieDetails

10. This "puppy who lost his way."

Just realized while watching I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007) on Netflix that the book his character, Chuck, is reading to Larry's kids is the same book his teacher read to him in Billy Madison (1995). from MovieDetails

11. This ode to a classic.

In The Big Lebowski (1998) the Dude tells the police he has creedence tapes in his car. Every song that plays while in the Dude's car is by Creedence Clearwater Revival from MovieDetails

12. This sneaky gun.

In "2001: A Space Odyssey", when the Russians are grilling Dr. Floyd about what's really happening at Clavius Base, the Russian sitting opposite Dr. Floyd is holding her hands like a gun pointing at him, adding to the tension of the scene. from MovieDetails

13. This creepy cameo.

In The Phantom of the Opera (2004), Andrew Lloyd Webber’s severed head appears in a painting. He created the original musical. from MovieDetails

14. This restaurant reference.

In Cars 2 (2011), in Paris you can see a restaurant called “Gastow's”. This is a direct reference to “Gusteau’s” restaurant from Ratatouille (2007). from MovieDetails

15. This talented fan's special moment.

In The Lego Movie (2014), you can briefly see a short clip of a fanmade film called “Gorgy wants a horse”. It won a competition to be featured in the movie. from MovieDetails

16. This historical head nod.

In Mulan (1998), Mulan's horse Khan, is a Ferghana horse, a classical Chinese breed. On the other hand, Shan Yu's horse is a Mongolian Horse, one of the original horse breeds, small, but incredibly strong. from MovieDetails

17. This cry for help.

In The Exorcist (1973) when Father Karras goes to the language lab with his recordings of Regan, TASUKETE! is visible on a poster. Tasukete is Japanese for "HELP!" or "HELP ME!" from MovieDetails

18. And this full circle moment.

In The Bourne Identity (2002), the money bag Bourne takes from Switzerland makes it into the final scene as a plant pot. from MovieDetails

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