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23 Hidden Movie Easter Eggs, Plot Details, And Mistakes You Never Noticed Before

I'll never look at "The Dark Knight" the same way again.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which things they *almost* didn't catch in their favorite movies. Here are the tiny plot details, Easter eggs, and movie goofs you never noticed before.

1. In Baby Driver, Baby flips through the channels at one point and later repeats all of the dialogue he hears from the TV:

Sony Pictures

2. In Love, Simon, Martin makes a subtle joke to Abby that actually serves as a clue to who Blue is:

20th Century Fox

3. In The Departed, an "X" is always visible on the screen right before a character dies:

Warner Bros.

4. In Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, two apples and a banana are strategically placed on Lt. Lois Einhorn's desk, foreshadowing the fact that she was born with a penis:

Warner Bros.

5. In Get Out, Missy accidentally hits her spoon against her glass, causing Georgina to momentarily break her hypnosis and spill the iced tea:

Universal Pictures

6. In Iron Man 2, the little boy in the mask who Tony Stark saves grows up to be Spider-Man:


For those who may be skeptical, this was confirmed by both Tom Holland and Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios.


7. In Toy Story 3, the garbage man is actually a grown-up Sid, aka the terrifying little kid from the first movie:


8. In The Dark Knight, the name tag on the Joker's nurse outfit reads "Matilda," which is the name of Heath Ledger's daughter:

Warner Bros. Pictures

9. In Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, the candy man accidentally hits a little girl in the face when he lifts the counter:

Paramount Pictures

—Jenny Mantini, Facebook

10. In Frozen, the writers reference one of their favorite Arrested Development lines and have the characters repeat it:

Fox / Disney


11. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Nick Fury's tombstone quotes a passage from Ezekial 25:17, which is also a famous speech from Samuel L. Jackson's other role in Pulp Fiction:

Marvel / Miramax Films

12. In Back to the Future, the mall's name changes from "Twin Pines Mall" to "Lone Pine Mall" when Marty travels back to 1955:

Universal Pictures

13. In almost every Alfred Hitchcock film (39, to be exact), you can spot his body/silhouette on the screen, but he never says a single word:

Paramount Pictures

14. In The Godfather, seeing oranges on the screen means death is coming for one of the characters:

Paramount Pictures

—Alyssa Baric, Facebook

15. In Thor: Ragnarok, Hela notices that all of Asgard's "treasures" are fake, including the Infinity Gauntlet, which is a callout to Avengers: Infinity War:


16. In Fight Club, David Fincher sneaks a Starbucks coffee cup into *almost* every single scene:

20th Century Fox

—Tom Matthews, Facebook

17. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, there are hieroglyphics of C-3PO and R2-D2 in the background of a scene:

Paramount Pictures

18. And in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, the characters drive by "Club Obi Wan," which is another nod to Star Wars:

Paramount Pictures

19. In Beauty and the Beast, you can see skulls in the pupils of Gaston's eyes for a split second as he falls to his death:


20. In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, you can visibly see a cameraman in the shot during Harry and Draco's dueling scene:

Warner Bros.

21. In The Wizard of Oz, the Tin Man unties the Wizard's hot air balloon and then acts surprised when it starts to fly away:


22. In Never Been Kissed, a pregnant Mary and Joseph try to sit down during prom, but Kirsten says there's no room for them, referencing there not being any room in the Inn during the birth of Jesus Christ:

20th Century Fox


23. And in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, there are literal Easter eggs hidden in certain scenes because the cast and crew allegedly had an Easter egg hunt on set and couldn't find them all:

20th Century Fox

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