It’s claimed that Woody’s full name is Woody Pride. It’s never actually been mentioned in any of the movies.
Johnny Depp has a fear of clowns and spiders.
Jaden Smith’s middle names are Christopher and Syre.
Michael Smiley aka Tyres from Spaced can be seen as one of the zombies outside The Winchester in Shaun of the Dead in full Tyres get-up.
The time traveling machine in the movie "Back to the Future" was originally supposed to be a refrigerator.
Lady Gaga wrote Born This Way in 10 minutes.
When Harry Met Sally: Meg Ryan laughed at the Pecan Pie improv and looked at the director who told her to keep going.
Chuck Norris’ first name is actually Carlos.
Daniel Radcliffe's stunt double for the first 6 Harry Potter movies was paralyzed from an accident on set in the 7th movie.
The F-word is used 265 times in the movie Pulp Fiction.
A different denouement for Die Hard with a Vengeance saw McClane turning the tables, so to speak, on Simon Gruber giving him a series of riddles to solve. The face off eventually ended with Gruber blowing himself away with a rocket launcher after the New York cop tricks him into thinking it's pointed the wrong way. Daft.
The word “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” actually predates its use in Mary Poppins.
Bill Murray as Batman? Almost. Until Tim Burton came on board Murray was top of the list. Perhaps when the inevitable re-reboot transpires Bill will get another shot.
Pixar credits its success to going against Disney’s standard narrative elements: No songs, no “I want” moments, no happy village, no love story, no villain.
Ed Sheeran auditioned for the ITV series Britannia High.
Robert Downey Jr. claims that Burger King saved his life from his drug addiction.
Paramount super producer Robert Towne was adamant he wanted Francis Ford Coppola to make The Godfather even though the director was uninterested in the project. Coppola acquiesced when he decided to make it a film about American capitalism and not “the mafia”.
Sean Connery turned down roles in The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones 4 and Blade Runner.
The creator of Peter Pan gave the story’s rights to a children’s hospital, so they could always collect royalties to fund their operations.
Susan Boyle’s Britain’s Got Talent audition has received almost 50 million views on YouTube.
When a 10-year-old girl with cancer was too sick to see Up, Pixar flew an employee to her house with a DVD of the movie. She died seven hours after her private screening.
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