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Despite smoking in numerous films Clint Eastwood has never smoked habitually.

Author J. K. Rowling wrote the final chapter of the last Harry Potter book in 1990 7 years before the release of the first book.

On 20 January 1982, Ozzy Osbourne bit the head off a bat, thinking it was only a rubber one.


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Ian Mckellan and Patrick Stewart didn’t know how to play chess when they appeared in X-Men 2.

Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn failed his driving test eight times.

The lights over the facehugger eggs in Alien were provided by Roger Daltrey and The Who. The band were rehearsing the laser show next door to Ridley Scott's set.

Some Wookie suits were made from human hair.

Boo’s real name is Mary.

The first use of double tracking in music was in Cinderella. Walt Disney asked the singer Ilene Woods if she could sing harmonies to herself. The technique has become a staple in the music industry.

When filming My Left Foot, Daniel Day-Lewis had to be lifted around the set and spoon fed as he would never leave his wheelchair.

Nelson Mandela has a cameo in the 1992 movie "Malcolm X" as a teacher reciting one of the civil rights activist's speeches.

Apollo Creed from the movie Rocky was based on Muhammad Ali.

Jack Black is the son of rocket scientists.

Chuck Norris’ first name is actually Carlos.

Ronald Reagan was originally announced as the lead for Casablanca. The proclamation turned out to simply be a ruse to keep the actor's name in the press.

In the Stephen King novella for The Shawshank Redemption, Morgan Freeman's Red is described as a white Irishman. The script sees Red sarcastically quip, “Maybe it's cause I'm Irish” as a nod to the change.

Disney planned to produce a wine to market the release of Ratatouille. The California Wine Institute warned them not to advertise alcohol with cartoon characters, and the plan was scrapped.

Ron Jeremy, the pornstar was an extra in Ghostbusters.

James Caan improvised the, now immortal, phrase “Bada-Bing” on the set of The Godfather.

Star Wars was originally prefixed by the definite article ‘The’.

Bruce Willis admits to taking drugs as a teenager.


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