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 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 is pretty rad. Stay tuned!

Give us a song, Gurney. In Dune, this is what Paul tells Josh Brolin's Gurney to get out of a knife fight with him. In the book-and what Part 1 left out - Gurney Halleck plays the baliset, a fictional instrument that's a cross between a sitar and a mandolin. Scenes with Gurney holding the instrument were filmed but ultimately cut. CRACKED.COM

Source: Den of Geek

Spielberg's hands in Poltergeist During the scene where the investigator looks in the mirror and gets his face ripped off, the hands we're seeing belong to the director. CRACKED.COM

Source: Screen Rant

A new Mario Easter egg in a Sega game has been found. CRACKED.COM It took 26 years for a player to spot Mario sitting in one of the files of the game Astal released in 1995.

Source: SVG

Dwayne Johnson has a tribute to his daughters on every bottle of his Tequila brand. At the bottom of every bottle is an embossed word that says TJS. And that is the three first letters of my three daughters' first names. And it's at the bottom of every bottle. It's a little Easter egg, no one knows it's there. CRACKED.COM

Source: Outsider

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