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What Behind-The-Scenes Movie Or TV Fact About A Serious Moment Always Makes You Laugh

Still can't take that New Moon scene seriously.

Behind-the-scenes facts almost always make certain movie and TV moments that much better.

Malfoy saying "I didn't know you could read" in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, labeled "improvised!"
Warner Bros. Pictures

But every once in a while, a behind-the-scenes fact sort of ruins a really serious or big moment — but in a funny way.

Paramount Pictures

Honestly, I haven't been able to see the chase scene from Halloween in the same light since I discovered the Michael Myers mask was just a Captain Kirk mask painted white.

Michael stalking Laurie in the original Halloween
Compass International Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection

They apparently bought it for under $2.

I also crack up every time I think about how they literally had to have someone hold Robert Pattinson up in the New Moon scene where Kristen hugs him, because she ran into him so hard he almost fell over.

Oh, to have that man's job.

And honestly, I just couldn't take anything happening in this Game of Thrones scene with Dany plotting something seriously after noticing a Starbucks cup in it.

coffee cup in Game of Thrones scene in front of Daenarys
HBO / Via buzzfeed.com

Hey, we all need our caffeine fix.

I know a lot of people love the fact that Jonah Hill improvised the line "No, buddy, it's all yours" about the sushi at the end of The Wolf of Wall Street, so that Leonardo would have to eat the raw fish for every single take. He ended up getting food poisoning.

Jonah shaking Leo's hand in the film at a diner
Paramount / ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

This was apparently in revenge for DiCaprio taking physical scenes very seriously — Hill said that Leo just forgets it's acting and "beats the living crap out of you for six months."

Whatever you think is the funniest behind-the-scenes fact about a serious movie or TV moment, we want to know! Let us know your favorite facts and how it changes the way you view the scene in the comments below and you could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!