The movie itself is only a portion of the imagination when we talk about outstanding films. The truth is that there was a alot of exciting stuff going on in the background that regular viewers might not see. But fortunately for us, some inquisitive individuals were able to unearth these mysteries and also share these with the rest of the world.

There is a lot of labor that goes into movies that you probably aren't aware of. All of it comes together to make our favorite movies classics, from Easter eggs to little elements included for accuracy to bizarre behind-the-scenes work.

With that in mind, we asked our readers to scour the web for bizarre movie tidbits to help you become the coolest person at the next party you attend. Then we realized it was April Fool's Day, so we all started making nonsense instead. Below is the (totally fictitious) winner, but first, the runners-up...

Entry by luvthecubs

IN 2003's FINDING NEMO Extensive motion capture was used of actual great white sharks to get Bruce the shark's look. 1141 L Six different sharks wer

Entry by El Zoof

While many believed Lucas to have destroyed all copies of the original 3 houf cut of Star Wars, rumours are now circulating that it ilJ be released on

Entry by Chris.Topher

While shooting Saw, both Cary Elwes and Leigh Whannell didn't know about the twist. In order to keep the secret from them, all scenes in the bathroom

Entry by GallopGhost

Aplis Hilarious star, LESLIE NIELSEN actually had NO SENSE OF HUMOR. AT ALL. Co-director David Zucker said in an interview, The first actors we loo

Entry by Edvamp

BRAD PITT eatING in ALMOST every scene He IS in FOR ALL THREE oceans movies BEcame A Running JOKe WITH HIS CO-STARS. THIS SANDWICH HE IS EATING on THe

Entry by BRWombat

This famous scene in Silence of the Lambs required several takes, as Anthony Hopkins had never heard the word chianti spoken aloud. He had to be c

Entry by Edvamp

David Lynch had been offered and was considering directing Return of the Jedi but accepted Dune instead. Several ideas in Dune were originally conceiv

Entry by El Zoof

Tim Curry has suffered from severe coulrophobia for most of his life. While filming IT, his contract specifically forbade any reflective surfaces. O

Entry by David S.

The Train scene in Spider-Man 2 cost more than $150 million to shoot The producers had to close down more than 20 miles of New York City streets, and

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