13 Interesting Facts (About Movies And More) To Tickle The Ol’ Grey Matter

13 Interesting Facts (About Movies And More) To Tickle The Ol’ Grey Matter

The films and plots themselves are only a portion of the knowledge to absorb when considering the great works of cinema. The truth is that there was a lot of great stuff going on in the background than regular viewers might realize. But fortunately for all of us, some inquisitive individuals were able to unearth these mysteries and discuss them with the rest of the world.

If you enjoy movies sufficiently, you might become interested in how they are made. It's humbling to know that the glistening visions viewers see on screens, and television sets are images that, if spread widely, could become collective fantasies for an entire society.

We invited movie enthusiasts to provide many interesting backstage secrets they knew and obtained a slew of responses that may forever change your perception of some of your favorite films. IKeep on scrolling and you can see some of the greatest responses.

Mark Hamill remarked something on site that became one of the few comic lines in A New Hope. Here's the whole thing, plus 12 more:

Before filming X-Men, Hugh Jackman didn't know what a wolverine was. He thought it was a made-up superhero name, so he studied wolves and watched wolf documentaries to prepare. Director Bryan Singer had to explain things. CRACKED.COM

Source: CBR

There's a frog that headbutts and poisons anybody who tries to attack it. Corythomantis greeningi has spines on its head that let it secrete venom, and it can move its head in unique ways that let it release that venom. CRACKED.COM

Source: cbc.ca


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