TV and Movies·Posted on Aug 7, 202121 Movie Cameos I Bet You Didn't Even Notice, They Were So Sneaky And RandomThere's a reason why you might not have recognized Jeff Bezos in Star Trek Beyond...by Hannah MarderBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Bet you didn't know that one of the rednecks in this random Deadpool 2 scene is none other than Matt Damon. In Deadpool 2, one of the rednecks talking about toilet paper is actually Matt Damon in four hours worth of prosthetic makeup. from MovieDetails Alan Tudyk is the other redneck, but he's got less heavy makeup. 2. Or that Glenn Close plays a male pirate in Hook. In Hook (1991) actress Glenn Close has a cameo as the pirate who gets thrown in the “Boo Box” by Captain Hook. from MovieDetails Her disguise was so good that costar Dante Basco didn't recognize her. 3. Did you know that Mark Hamill has played many other Star Wars characters than just Luke? For example, he played Dobbu Scay in The Last Jedi. Mark Hamill also had a cameo in The Last Jedi (2017) as none other than Dobbu Scay, the Canto Bught gambler who tried to put coins in BB-8. This is references Bob Duscay, editor of The Last Jedi (2017), as appreciation from MovieDetails 4. I doubt you spotted George Lucas's cameo as Baron Papanoida in Revenge of the Sith under all that blue makeup. Star Wars Revenge of the Sith (2005) the male diplomat who makes this brief cameo at the high society event is played by none other than the man who started the whole saga: George Lucas. from MovieDetails 5. TIL that the claymation narwhal that voices the iconic line "Bye Buddy, I hope you find your dad" in Elf is none other than director Jon Favreau. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF New Line Cinema, Ethan Miller / FilmMagic via Getty Images 6. And you probably didn't recognize him all grown up, but Ralphie from A Christmas Story has a small role in Elf. Peter Billingsley of A Christmas Story (1983) fame cameos as a worker elf in the 2003 Christmas comedy Elf. It would have been funnier if Billingsley played a bitter store elf instead but this is a fun nod nonetheless. from MovieDetails 7. I doubt you noticed that Albert Finney, who played Leo in Miller’s Crossing, also played a female bathroom attendant in the below scene. In Miller’s Crossing (1990), when Tom (Gabriel Byrne) bursts into the women’s restroom, the attendant dressed in black & white was played by Albert Finney (who also played one of the lead roles, crime boss Leo O’Bannion) in drag in an uncredited cameo. from MovieDetails 8. Or that Michael J. Fox played not only Marty, but also most of his family in Back to the Future Part II. Universal Pictures 9. LOTR superfan Stephen Colbert has such a small and unrecognizable cameo in The Hobbit that there's no way you noticed it! Stephen Colbert had a few second, non-speaking cameo in 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' (2013) from MovieDetails 10. Director Peter Jackson also had tiny cameos in LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring and The Hobbit as the same nondescript villager. In Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), director Peter Jackson cameos as a Villager of Bree, eating a carrot. Over ten years later, he would cameo as the same villager in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) from MovieDetails 11. And even if you caught that one, there's no way you recognized him as this pirate Legolas shoots with an arrow in The Return of the King! Peter Jackson had a cameo in "The Return of the King" (2004) as one of the pirates. He was cut out of the theatrical cut, but appears in the extended cut. from MovieDetails 12. Jeff Bezos appeared in Star Trek Beyond, and I can guarantee none of you recognized him. In Star Trek Beyond (2016) Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a cameo as a Starfleet Official. from MovieDetails 13. In an opposite example, you probably didn't recognize Ahmed Best, the actor who plays Jar Jar, in this Star Wars club scene. Ahmed Best, the actor for Jar-Jar Binks, has a cameo in the club scene of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) from MovieDetails Anthony Daniels, who voiced C3PO, also makes a cameo in the scene. 14. He's not wearing any prosthetics, but this Will Ferrell cameo in Impractical Jokers is SO tiny that I'm willing to bet you didn't notice it. Impractical Jokers: The Movie — 2020. Will Ferrell makes a cameo without any lines & zero reference. I did a double take and had to rewind! from MovieDetails 15. Jim Carrey obviously played the main character in Liar Liar, but did you know he also appeared as a background character? He was dressed as Fire Marshall Bill, a character he'd played on In Living Color. In Liar Liar, 1997, Jim Carrey makes a cameo in his own movie as fire marshal Bill, a character he invented when he was on the show “In Living Color”. from MovieDetails 16. Similarly, I'm sure you know Eddie Murphy starred in Coming to America, but did you know he also played Randy the singer and Saul in the barbershop scenes? Paramount Pictures 17. Arsenio Hall and Eddie also play two more characters in the barbershop! Paramount / courtesy Everett Collection 18. A random shot of a corpse in Hoffa is actually, funnily enough, Tim Burton. In Hoffa (1992), there is a funeral scene with an overhead shot of multiple closed coffins, and one that’s open. The actor playing the corpse in the open casket is Tim Burton in an uncredited cameo. Director Danny DeVito cast him after starring in Burton’s Batman Returns (1992) earlier that year. from MovieDetails 19. This is actually from the start of Hook, not the end, but the couple dusted with fairy dust that begins to float up is played by George Lucas and Carrie Fisher! The couple that float up at the end of Hook (1991) is a cameo by both George Lucas and Carrie Fisher from MovieDetails 20. If you look realllly closely at the zombies in the photo booth in Land of the Dead, you'll see they're actually Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright. Because of George Romero’s appreciation of Shaun of the Dead he gave Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright cameos in his 2005 Land of the Dead as the photo booth zombies from MovieDetails 21. Lastly — and there's no way you know this one — the bear in the commercial Perry sees in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is played by Laurence Fishburne, according to the film's commentary. In Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) the bear in the TV advert Perry is watching in this scene is played by Laurence Fishburne, yes Morpheus from the Matrix - weirdest cameo ever. from MovieDetails What sneaky or makeup-heavy cameos always shock you? Let us know in the comments!