Top 10 Songs That Will Always Make You Smile (Quickie)

Hasbro denied Pixar the use of GI Joe in Toy Story when found that the GI Joe doll was going to be blown up by Sid.

Jack Black is the son of rocket scientists.

It’s believed that the movement of Ariel’s hair while underwater was based on footage of the astronaut Sally Ride in zero gravity.


Top 10 Songs That Will Always Make You Smile (Quickie)

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When it was released, The Lion King came under fire when people thought the word “SEX” could be read in a puff of dust during one scene. Animators claimed that the dust actually spells “SFX,” which is a nod to the film’s special effects team.

Movie trailers used to play after the film.

Often derided as a mega-flop, Waterworld actually took home nearly $90m more in worldwide box office than its estimated budget. Factor in TV sales, merchandise and home video and Kevin Costner's 'Kevin's Gate' ended up floating quite nicely.

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.

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.

It would take about 9.4 million balloons to lift Carl’s house in Up.

Novelist Stephen King said that Professor Umbridge from the Harry Potter series is the "greatest make-believe villain to come along since Hannibal Lecter."

The movie Gravity was more expensive than the Indian Mars mission.

Ever the bastard, David Fincher asked a stuntman to fall down the stairs 12 times in Fight Club for the fight between Norton and Pitt. He used the first take.

Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid approximately $21,429 for every one of the 700 words he said in, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Steven Spielberg completed his degree course 33 years after dropping out by submitting Schindler's List as his final project.

Over 500 girls have been named Hermione since the first 'Harry Potter' movie came out.

The "No Animals Were Harmed" moniker on movies only applies while film is actually recording.

Ed Sheeran auditioned for the ITV series Britannia High.

While Titanic holds the record for consecutive weeks at the top spot (15), E.T. beats it by one in total weeks at Number One.

Sylvester Stallone was so poor he had to sell his dog for $50. A week later he sold the script for Rocky and bought him back for $3 000.

28 Days Later was filmed on a Canon XL-1 DV camera using mini-DV tapes instead of 35mm film.

Play It, Sam? Dooley Wilson, Sam in Casablanca, was a professional drummer who couldn't play the piano. He simply mimed along, copying an offscreen pianist.


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