32 Foreshadowing Movie Moments I'm 99.9% Sure You Didn't See Coming At All

    You'll never watch Jordan Peel's Nope (2022) the same way again.

    Note: Some foreshadowing movie moments include topics of gun violence and suicide. Please proceed with caution.

    1. Free Guy (2021)

    20th Century Studios

    2. The Sixth Sense (1999)

    Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment in "The Sixth Sense"

    3. Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)


    4. Clue (1985)

    Paramount Pictures

    5. The Exorcist (1973)

    Warner Bros. Pictures

    6. The Princess Bride (1987)

    20th Century Fox

    7. We're the Millers (2013)

    Warner Bros. Pictures

    8. Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)

    Explanation: "I think that the idea of suicide was a central theme throughout the movie. I don’t think any analysis could be wrong if it can be well-explained and backed up, but the bagel was just the apex of everything."


    9. The Breakfast Club (1985)

    Explanation: "This locker belongs to Brian ('The Brain') who is in detention that day for bringing a flare gun to school. Under intense parental pressure to get good grades, he plans to commit suicide after getting an 'F' in shop. However, the flare gun went off in his locker."

    Universal Pictures

    10. The Truman Show (1998)

    Red and white striped hat for sale

    11. Nope (2022)

    Explanation: "The hat looks like Jean Jacket floating in the distance, as if it would suck him up (which it eventually does)."

    Universal Pictures / Courtesy of Everett Collection

    12. The Prestige (2006)

    Explanation: "During the fight, Sarah says: 'I know what you are' repeatedly. On a first watch, one can infer that she's talking about Alfred cheating on her with Olivia, with her inferred meaning being 'I know what you are: A liar and a cheat.' She says: 'I can’t live like this,' implying that Alfred’s ever-changing 'moods' are frustrating and cause her distress. However, with knowledge of the film’s ending and twist, it becomes clear that she's talking about the fact that she knows that Alfred is actually two separate people living the same life. Her pleas that she 'can’t live like this' actually mean that she can’t live being married to two separate people, with one who loves her and one who doesn’t."

    Buena Vista Pictures