13 Surprising Bits Of Movie And General Knowledge For Your Delectation

In a parallel universe, everyone fondly remembers The Rock as Willy Wonka.
13 Surprising Bits Of Movie And General Knowledge For Your Delectation

Everyone loves watching fantastic films.  It is an indisputably amazing experience. Most of the most renowned films ever made, on the other hand, were excruciating to be a member of for those who worked on them. Although you may believe that you know all there is to understand about your favorite films, the director's cut has plenty of information that will surprise even the most ardent movie fans.

We've picked up the most astonishing behind-the-scenes truths from your favorite movies, from being in situations that nearly killed prominent performers to the shocking manner actors got into character. Also, if you want to brush up on your movie knowledge, check out these Iconic Movies You Should've Seen by Now.

It's hard to picture Johnny Depp being passed over for The Rock in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but that's exactly what Tim Burton almost did. Continue reading to learn more about this and the other 12 stories...

Christopher Walken got his odd speaking style from the people he grew up with. He was a child of immigrants and had grown up around other immigrants, and he says it was very common to hear people pausing during conversation and trying to find the right word- So that's how

Source: CBS

When Frank Sinatra was born, the doctor thought he was stillborn. He was blue and wasn't breathing, and the doctor left him on the counter SO he could focus on his mother. Sinatra only started breathing when his grandmother picked him up, slapped his back, and put him under running

Source: PBS

In 2016, a baby was born twice in Texas. They found a large tumor growing on the baby, so they had to take it out, remove the tumor, and return the baby into the uterus, in the 24th week of pregnancy. The baby was carried to full term, and was

Source: CNN

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