Here’s a little piece of advice for you: take everything you read on the internet with a grain of salt. Or else you might take the fake movie facts shared by the Better Movie Details as the real deal and make a fool of yourself.
The Facebook page in question regularly shares all sorts of hilarious fake movie facts, and they’re great if you want to have a laugh or trick your friends. Check out some of the best ones in the gallery below, and if you want some real movie facts, check out our previous posts
In ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ (2019), Jake Gyllenhaal can be seen in the background of several scenes. He wasn’t supposed to be there, and later admitted that he just enjoys stalking Tom Holland.
The producers had to pay Hollywood actors to act in Cats (2019) since real cats refused to be associated with the movie
Lincoln (2012) grossed over $ 275,000,000 in movie theatres, which is ironic since Lincoln doesn’t have a history of doing very well in theatres
Sam Raimi has confirmed that the median age of students at Peter Parker’s high school in Spider-Man (2002) is 32 years.
At his friend James Franco’s request, Dwayne Johnson made an uncredited appearance as the primary antagonist of 127 Hours (2010)
To prepare for playing a 40 year old virgin, Steve Carell consulted me twice.
In Queen’s Gambit (2020), people are sometimes shown smiling or enjoying themselves while playing chess, which is an extremely inaccurate representation of my experience with chess
In The Dark Knight (2008), Heath Ledger calls Maggie Gyllenhaal beautiful. This is a subtle throwback to Heath also finding her brother Jake beautiful.
For his role in In Time (2011) Justin Timberlake refused to learn how to act
A prequel to Sixth Sense (1999), Fifth Sense, was cancelled after M Night Shyamalan was informed that being able to smell a dead person isn’t particularly special
Pixar often teases their upcoming projects in earlier released films.
Here, in Incredibles (2004), you can see them reference the yet-to-release Cars (2006).
The wood-chipper sequence in Fargo (1996) had to be shot in Quebec because pushing people into wood-chippers was illegal in USA at the time
Star Wars uses frequent subtle references to fascism for the Empire’s aesthetic. For example, Star Destroyers are shaped like pizza slices. Benito Mussolini, a famous fascist, was Italian.
Director Mathieu Kassovitz made the choice to film La Haine (1995) in Paris because it was the only city that was still black and white in the 1990s
I found a Finding Nemo (2003) reference in Finding Dory (2016) while re-watching the latter today. Both movies are by the same studio.
Michael Caine keeps making appearances in Nolan’s movies.
This is because Christopher Nolan pays him.
Harry Melling was forced to regrow the hands and legs he had had cut off during the filming of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) since he needed them to be able to play chess in Queen’s Gambit (2020)
On International Women’s Day today, we celebrate Scarlett Johansson, who became the first woman in history
Despite his name, prolific actor Gary Oldman is only 16 years old
Quentin Tarantino often supports struggling Hollywood actors and keeps recasting them in his movies if he ends up liking their performance; primary among such actors being Quentin Tarantino, who has appeared in 6 Tarantino films