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There are different kinds of movie fans – those who appreciate the art behind filmmaking, those obsessed with movies and every tiny factoid, and the causal fellows who are just trying to kill some time and hopefully get entertained. Regardless of how wonderful a movie is, what you see on the big screen is not always better than what was left behind the scenes.
The movie world is undeniably interesting yet curious. A few incredible awkward things have transpired behind the scenes of well-recognized movies, ranging from catching nasty infections, forgetting to wear robotic makeup to heading out for lunch. More so, it appears our cherished actors and actresses, including crew, have garnered quite a lot of shocking facts and ill-starred stories over the year and still manage to see fun with it.
Movies are magical! Movies suspend our reality issues for at least a maximum duration of a movie, and interestingly numerous fun facts have been compiled here for your perusal. You definitely find something you didn’t know before! Enjoy!!
When Leonardo DiCaprio, who played Calvin Candie, smashed his hands on the dining table, he mistakenly broke a small stemmed glass with his palm and really started bleeding. He overlooked it and remained in character calmly. Quentin Tarantino got impressed, and when he uttered cut, the room had no choice than to make a stand1ing ovation.
On realizing she would be naked in front of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet decided to break the ice, and when they officially met, she flashed him.
In preparation for the role, Heath Ledger, Joker’s lead character, hid away in a motel room for about a month and two weeks. During the isolation, Ledger delved deep into the psychology of the character and devoted himself to developing the Joker’s sadistic laugh.
The loud sound of the automatic doors opening on the U.S.S Enterprise was that of a Russian train’s toilet flushed.
Velociraptors sounds, mainly heard when communicating are just the same sound tortoises make when being intimate (Sex).
The director of Slumdog Millionaire, Danny Boyle, placed the earnings to be paid to the 3 lead child actors in a trust it would be released to them after their grade school at age 16. The production agency set up an auto-rickshaw driver to take the children to school daily until they are 16.
Benedict Cumberbatch, popularly known as Dr. Strange, admitted he couldn’t stop tearing up and had a breakdown in one of the film’s final scenes. ‘Being an actor or a human being that had grown amazingly fond of the character and pondering what he had suffered and how that had impacted him.’ Cumberbatch had said.
Tom Hanks never got any payment for this movie. He only took percentage points, which ultimately placed him in the region of 40million dollars.
Keanu Reeves, the Internet boyfriend, performed about 95% of the fight scenes all by himself. Keanu tried for three months in preparation for the role, and his training featured driving, marksmanship, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Judo.
During a break in filming, Arnold Schwarzenegger went into a restaurant in downtown Los Angeles. He realized too late that he was still in his Terminator makeover – the burned flesh, exposed jawbone, and missing eyeball.
Henry Cavil declined the intake of steroids to muscle up. He also rejected any digital touch-up and enhancement of his body. He revealed it would be dishonest of him to use tricks in playing Superman. He chose to push his body to the limit and develop his physique into fitting the worthy character.
The cast majorly flew to remote locations via helicopters to shoot. Sean Bean, who played Boromir, was scared of flying and would only fly when necessary. When preparing for the fellowship scenes, Bean spent two hours every morning, jumping from the base of the mountain to the set near the top. The crew flown up saw him countlessly from the helicopters.
Georgie Henley’s reaction to Mr. Tumnus at the lamppost was brilliant. She hadn’t seen her cast colleague James McAvoy in his attire before the scenes were filmed. Hence her screams and reaction were genuine. Her reaction, which entailed a blindfold into the snowy world of Narnia, was also entirely hers.
In an e-message to James Marsh about the depiction by Eddie Redmayne, Stephen Hawking revealed some points when he thought he saw himself. Stephen equally lends out to the filmmakers his Companion of Honor Medal and his well-signed thesis to be used as accurate props in the movie.
When Elizabeth arrived at St. Paul’s Cathedral, building construction was going on in real life. The cathedral needed repair, and Director Shekhar Kapur had to improvise and gave the workers their costumes and period equipment to cut real stone installed within the cathedral.
NASA aired this movie amid its management training program. Managers, newly recruited, were given the role of spotting out any errors. About 168 errors were found.
Chris Pratt obviously stole his Star-Lord costume for the main purpose of having it available when visiting ill children who might want to meet with the Star-Lord in the hospital.