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18 Lies And Tricks From Your Favorite Movies That You Actually Fell For

Get ready to feel bamboozled.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us all the tricks and lies their favorite movies pulled on them. Here's what they said:

1. The Live Aid scene in Bohemian Rhapsody is totally computer generated and was actually shot at a field in England.

2. Lindsay Lohan does NOT have a twin sister.

3. The Pismo Beach disaster from Clueless was actually totally made up by Amy Heckerling, the movie's writer.

4. Zac Efron didn't sing in the first High School Musical; he lip-synched to Drew Seeley's voice instead.

5. The redhead nun from Sister Act isn't actually singing in the movie; she's lip-synching to professional singer Andrea Robinson's voice.

6. And Audrey Hepburn's singing voice was dubbed with Marni Nixon's voice in My Fair Lady.

7. Even though Tom Holland plays an American in the MCU, he actually has a British accent.

8. In A League of Their Own, older Dottie is played by Lynn Cartwright, not Geena Davis.

9. Shirley Henderson was in her thirties when she played Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

10. Genovia from The Princess Diaries isn't a real country.

11. The Beatles didn't do any of the voice acting in Yellow Submarine.

12. The footage from The Blair Witch Project is 100% fake.

13. This pirate from Hook was actually played by Glenn Close.

14. The filmmakers had to use 48 different piglets to film Babe because they grew so quickly.

15. In Titanic, the scene where Jack freezes to death was shot in a swimming pool.

16. New York City's Museum of Natural History actually looks nothing like it does in Night at the Museum.

17. And the Smithsonian has a totally different layout and doesn't have 19 floors of underground storage like it does in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.

18. Finally, Julia Roberts's head was photoshopped onto her body double's body for the Pretty Woman poster.

So did your favorite trick make the cut? Let us know your favorite movie lies in the comments below. Be sure to follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!

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Note: Not all responses are from Community users.