Turns out, we wouldn’t have had a classic comedy movie if it wasn’t for a random tour bus conversation. Here’s the full story, plus 14 others:

The look of Bambi was inspired by Song dynasty artwork. An early Bambi sketch Chinese-American Disney artist Tyrus Wong drew on 11th-century art from the Song dynasty to create the backgrounds for the movie.

Source: VOA

19th-century artists inspired Red Dead Redemption 2. In The Mountains, Albert Bierstadt The game's lighting director, Owen Shepherd, looked to the pastoral and landscape painters like Turner, Rembrandt and American landscape painters from the 19th century such as Albert Bierstadt, Frank Johnson, and Charles Russell.

Source: Polygon

The Nintendo GameBoy inspired props from The Rise of Skywalker. RV Hinstende GAME BOY.. Hirtende The computer terminals in Babu Frik's workshop are basically slightly futuristic versions of the GameBoy.

Source: CinemaBlend

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