28 Eyebrow-Arching Influences Behind Famous Movies

28 Eyebrow-Arching Influences Behind Famous Movies

We all know the famous line from "The Godfather" - "I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse." But what about some of the other great movie quotes? Whether it's Humphrey Bogart telling Rick Blaine that "in Casablanca, you're either very rich or very poor," or E.T. whispering "E.T. phone home," these are some quotes that are sure to stick with you long after you've seen the film. But ever think where this all inspiration comes from?

Inspiration can come from all kinds of weird places. Do you know that cool Slo-Mo effect from Dredd? It was actually inspired by a slowed-down Justin Bieber video from YouTube. There are many small, unnoticed things that influence the making of a movie. The position of the sun, the emotions of the actors, and even something as simple as the shape of someone's eyebrows can all contribute to how a film turns out. In this article, we're going to take a look at some eyebrow-arcing influences behind some famous movies. So put on your thinking caps and get ready for a fun ride!

More on that and 27 other surprising inspirations behind iconic movies and shows:

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. CRACKED.COM


Lady Gaga based her role in American Horror Story: Hotel on one murderer. It was Robert Durst, and she said she watched him in The Jinx every day to sort of study the practical nature in which he was devious and evil. CRACKED.COM


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