Top 10 Actors You Probably Thought Were American

When the movie "Clue" was shown in theaters in 1985 each theater was given 1 of 3 possible endings.

If you made it to the end of I Am Legend you'll have been treated to Will Smith going kablooey (along with the point of Matheson's novel). In a surprising reversal of the usual 'let the hero survive' approach, an alt scene saw Neville survive.

Jim 'King of the World' Cameron also had a second ending for Titanic in which Bill Paxton and the old lady face off over the million dollar necklace. If you thought the original ending was schmaltzy check out the 'life is priceless' alternative.


Top 10 Actors You Probably Thought Were American

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There's a 20 year age gap between Sam Neill and Laura Dern in Jurassic Park, with Laura aged only 26 during filming.

Technically, alcohol and the resulting hallucinations are what unlock Dumbo’s potential in Dumbo. Go booze.

Ripley (or at least her clone) finally makes it back to Earth in a deleted scene for Alien: Resurrection.

Daniel Craig is the first actor to play James Bond that was born after the series began.

When the movie "Clue" was shown in theaters in 1985 each theater was given 1 of 3 possible endings.

The floating pen in Kubricks 2001: A Space Odyssey wasn’t done with CGI, but camera trickery using glass and tape.

The Russians made a movie version of The Hobbit in 1985 and it’s available on YouTube.

The director of Cannibal Holocaust had to prove in court that the actors were still alive and didn’t get killed during the movie

Despite Courtney's (unsurprisingly) batshit claims (see #72) Kurt Cobain did thank Quentin Tarantino in the liner notes to In Utero, allegedly due to the musician's love for Reservoir Dogs. QT returned the favour in the Pulp Fiction soundtrack notes by thanking Nirvana. Sadly, the timing of the release meant the thanks were followed by 'RIP Kurt'.

Adele, Leona Lewis and Jessie J all went to the same school.

While Pixar was working on Toy Story 2, an employee accidentally ran a Unix command that deleted all the work they had done on the film. Luckily, one pregnant animator had a copy of the data on her home computer so she could work on the movie while caring for her new baby.

The bridge blown up by Eli Wallach and Clint Eastwood in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly was prematurely detonated by a Spanish Army Captain. Upon learning of his mistake the Captain ordered his troops to rebuild the bridge, only for it to suffer another explosion once complete.

The film "Birdman" was shot in just 30 days.

In 2002, Steven Spielberg finally finished college after a 33-year hiatus. He turned in Schindler’s List for his student film requirement.

Kelly Rowland names Whitney Houston as her biggest influence growing up.

Movie trailers used to play after the film.

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.

Speaking of stunts, Alan Rickman was dropped a second early to get his true reaction to falling from the Nakatomi Plaza in Die Hard.


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