In Ant-Man, Darren Cross's tie has a hexagonal pattern foreshadowing his real identity as Yellowjacket (the villain of the movie and a type of wasps which live in nests that have hexagonal cells).
In "The Dark Knight" you can see the piece of glass the Joker uses to escape his cell, while he is talking to Detective Stephens.
In Iron Man (2008) when Pepper Potts is going through Obadiah Stane’s computer, played by Jeff Bridges, there are two references to Bridge’s Big Lebowski character. In the documents, there is a reference of a vessel called ‘MSC LEBOWSKI’ and a barcode that includes ‘THE00DUDE’.
In Black Panther, after Killmonger takes the throne, he begins to wear his father's ring on his right hand rather than on the necklace.
In Monty Python and The Holy Grail, the Black Knight’s coat of arms is a boar, a creature known for ignoring deadly wounds to keep fighting.
In It (2017), Pennywise changes the color of his eyes from yellow to blue, which are the same color as Bill's, to lure Georgie. Also, during the sewer drain scene, Pennywise has one eye staring at Georgie while the other eye stares at the audience.
In Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal Lecter tells Clarice that he ate a man's liver with fava beans and “a nice Chianti.” All of these foods interfere with MAOI antidepressants, which are used to treat various personality disorders as well. In other words, Hannibal wasn't taking his meds.
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In ‘Saw’ (2004), the Jigsaw killer’s identity is revealed early on when blueprints for the infamous reverse bear trap are seen on John Kramer’s hospital desk.
Voldemort makes a living appearance in every Harry Potter film except for the Prisoner of Azkaban, but you can still see him appear inside a portrait in the movie.
In Lord of the Rings, Gollum's pupils are tiny when he is in his "Gollum" persona, but they become much bigger when he switches to "Sméagol."