We all know that pop culture is a huge part of our lives. It can be a source of entertainment, information, and even education. When it comes to pop culture, there are few things as universally loved as movies. Whether it's a heart-wrenching drama or an action-packed thriller, movies can take us on a journey like no other form of entertainment can. 

There are some hidden gems in pop culture that we can all appreciate. Hidden inspiration details in pop culture can be really cool. They often fly under the radar, and we don't even know they're there. Whether it's a small detail in a movie or something someone said on a TV show, these moments make us think, "That's pretty rad." But once we see them, we can't help but think they're pretty awesome. In this article, we share some of our favorite hidden details in pop culture that we think are pretty rad. Stay tuned!

The Suicide SQUAD: KILL THe Justice Leacue trailer features a comic book CRACKED.COM origins homage. A shot with the characters in their prison clothes show their inmate numbers, and the numbers are references to the comic book issues in which they all first appeared, respectively. For instance, Deadshot's number is 59-06-50, referring to his debut in Batman #59 in June 1950. Harley's inmate number isn't shown because she first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series and not a comic book.

Source: IGN

The ASSASSIN'S CReeD Easter egg that's killing players in FAR CRY 6. In Assassin's Creed, players sometimes perform the leap of faith move from high-up structures and fall into a bale of hay while an eagle gives a screech. In Far Cry 6, there's a structure that's been tricking people to do the same, what with the hay below and the uncanny eagle screech. Only, it doesn't end happily like in AC. CRACKED.COM

Source: Kotaku

The meaning behind Cassie's outfits in PROMISING Young Woman The costume designer explained that Cassie wore sweet and feminine clothes during the day because it made her seem happy and fine -all so she could avoid confrontation and people asking her what's wrong. It hid how broken she was. GRACKED.COM

Source: PopSugar

THe WIZARD OF OZ inspired the ZOLA. costumes in The costume designer explained that, once things begin to escalate in the movie, a neon sour green color starts seeping into the costumes and even some of the frames. The color was chosen based on the green wizard, who is the hidden character in Oz, to reflect Stefani's hidden but true intentions. CRACKED.COM

Source: Fashionista

The dark meaning hidden in the poster for GRAVE OF THe FIREFLIES When adjusting the brightness and contrast settings of the poster that sees Seita and Setsuko playing with what's supposed to be fireflies, a huge bomber plane appears at the top of the image, and some of those fireflies turn out to be bullets. CRACKED.COM

Source: WhatCulture

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