In 1994, during one famous lunch at Pixar, filmmakers John Lasseter, Pete Docter and Joe Ranft came up with ideas that would eventually become A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo, Monster Inc. and Wall-E. We'll have what they're having.
As a child, Jim Carrey wore tap shoes to bed just in case his parents needed cheering up in the middle of the night.
The "No Animals Were Harmed" moniker on movies only applies while film is actually recording.
Peter O’Toole was nominated for eight performance Oscars and didn’t win a single one.
There's a 20 year age gap between Sam Neill and Laura Dern in Jurassic Park, with Laura aged only 26 during filming.
Kim Kardashian posed nude in the December 2007 issue of Playboy magazine.
In the 1920's and early 1930's women dominated the screenwriting profession in Hollywood's movies.
The sirens heard in the casino scene in Swingers were police on their way to stop the film makers who were shooting without a permit.
Zac Efron has confessed to being “star struck” by the stunning Angelina Jolie.
Jared Leto spent most of his early childhood travelling with his family across America.
Ian Mckellan and Patrick Stewart didn’t know how to play chess when they appeared in X-Men 2.
P!nk’s real name is Alecia Beth Moore.
In a 2003 poll in Empire magazine, Dick Van Dyke’s Cockney accent in Mary Poppins came in second in a list of the worst accents.
Actor Richard Gere's middle name is Tiffany.
Lady GaGa’s bra size is 34B.
The Emperor’s New Groove was originally a much more serious and dramatic film called Kingdom of the Sun.
George Lucas' dog was named Indiana.
Courtney Love insists that the role of the heroin dealer, Lance, in Pulp Fiction was offered to Kurt Cobain. Tarantino has steadfastly refuted this claim, saying he never even met the late Nirvana singer.
Fox passed on The Watchmen because they thought the script was “one of the most unintelligible pieces of shit they had read in years.
James Caan improvised the, now immortal, phrase “Bada-Bing” on the set of The Godfather.
The same guy who designed the iPod, iMac, and iPhone, helped design the character Eve from Wall-E.
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