Top 10 Hilarious Movie Slaps

On the set of 1982’s The Thing, the whole cast and crew was male.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is the most expensive film ever made.

Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Donald Duck can all be seen making a brief cameo in The Little Mermaid.


Top 10 Hilarious Movie Slaps

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Paul Schrader wrote Taxi Driver in five days. It is rumoured he had a loaded gun by his desk for “inspiration and motivation”.

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

Morgan Freeman didn't appear in a movie until age 34 and didn't get a big role until he was 52 with Driving Miss Daisy and Glory.

Disney once hired 11 little people to dress up as Pinocchio and greet children. After being left with an entire day’s worth of food and wine, the actors ended up naked and screaming obscenities at the crowd at the film’s premiere by mid-afternoon.

Angelina Jolie performed her own stunts whilst filming Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

Johnny Depp has a fear of clowns and spiders.

For all the talk of John Carter's $200m write-off, the worldwide box office is slowly catching up with the budget. Disney can't say the same for 2011's Mars Needs Moms which ended with a gulf of $112m between costs and ticket sales. Note to Disney: keep away from the red planet.

Author Peter Benchley plays the role of a TV reporter in Jaws. Benchley was reportedly thrown off set after continually arguing with Spielberg about the film's ending.

Ed Sheeran auditioned for the ITV series Britannia High.

The Harry Potter series were the most banned books of the century in the U.S.

Scarlett Johansson voiced Mandy in the Spongebob Movie.

There's a hotline film makers can call for science advice with the goal of helping film makers incorporate accurate science into their films .

Orson Welles directed much of Citizen Kane from a wheelchair, after injuring himself on set.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is the most expensive film ever made.

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.

Actor Richard Gere's middle name is Tiffany.

Pierce Brosnan was contractually forbidden from wearing a full tuxedo in any non-James Bond movie from 1995-2002.

Actor Sean Bean has died on 32% of his movies the highest percentage of any living actor of note.


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