21 Hidden Movie Details That I Just Discovered And Need To Share
Every license plate in every Spider-Man movie is an Easter egg.
Young Adam (whose older counterpart is played by Ryan Reynolds) does a "superhero landing" in The Adam Project, a joke that Ryan Reynold's character in Deadpool repeatedly makes.
Buzz Lightyear is backed by an American flag in one part of Toy Story 2, but that was changed to a globe for the international editions.
A license plate during the Doc Ock fight scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home reads "63A5M-3," which is a reference to The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) issue #3 where Doctor Octopus was first introduced.
Monsters in the Monsters, Inc. universe use children's screams rather than electricity, which are in a gaseous state, so switches and cords are replaced with valves and pipes in Monsters University.
Neo and Morpheus sparring in The Matrix forms a yin-yang symbol.
There are some wind turbines and nuclear plants among the trash in Wall-E, a signal that even efforts towards sustainable energy didn't do enough to address the waste problem on Earth.
Django wears the same clothes at the end of Django Unchained that Calvin Candie wore at the beginning of the film.
In Studio Ghibli's Kiki's Delivery Service, there's a bus advertising "Ghibli Co."
In Despicable Me 3, the country that Gru goes to in order to find his brother is called Freedonia, the fictional setting of the Marx brothers' movie, Duck Soup.
While the real Adolf Hitler was a vegetarian who didn't smoke, Jojo's imaginary Hitler in Jojo Rabbit eats meat and offers him cigarettes, showing how little Jojo actually knows about Hitler beyond propaganda.
The first Star Wars movie's starfighter squadrons were originally going to be red and blue, but because the blue caused problems with the blue special effects screen, it was changed to gold. In tribute, the prequel Rogue One had three squadrons — red, blue, and gold — with all of blue being killed off before the events of A New Hope.
Star Wars (1977) originally had Red and Blue Squadron attacking the Death Star, but blue conflicted with the blue screens, so it was changed to gold. In Rogue One (2016), Red, Gold and Blue squadron attack Scarif, where Blue Squadron is destroyed, leaving them unavailable for the events in Star Wars from MovieDetails