FACT: Steven Spielberg began filming Schindler's List in Poland so shortly after wrapping Jurassic Park that he had to oversee the dinosaur film's post production via a very crude satellite feed sent from Northern California.
FACT: The United States military was originally going to supply costumes, props — and even planes — to be used in the film, but they withdrew their support upon learning that Area 51 was part of the plot.
FACT: The "known aliens" briefly put on screen at the Men in Black headquarters include Sylvester Stallone, Danny DeVito, Al Roker, Isaac Mizrahi, George Lucas, director Barry Sonnenfeld and his daughter Chloe, Dionne Warwick, Newt Gingrich, Tony Robbins, and the film's executive producer Steven Spielberg.
FACT: Ben Affleck says on the DVD commentary track that he once asked director Michael Bay "why it was easier to train oil drillers to become astronauts than it was to train astronauts to become oil drillers." Bay told him "to shut the fuck up," which ended the conversation.
11.Terminator 2: Judgment Day — worldwide gross: $519,843,345
FACT: Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid an incredible $21,429 per word he uttered in the movie.
FACT: Writer/director John Hughes wrote the screenplay in just nine days — and the last 44 pages in just eight hours — after a stressful family trip to Europe that left him thinking, "What if one of my kids has been accidentally left behind at home?"
FACT: The screenplay was originally a gritty drama titled $3,000, and didn't end with Vivian and Edward together. Instead, it ended with Vivian and Kit on a bus headed for Disneyland, with Vivian staring out the window, sad and pensive.