35 Terrifying Details We Bet You Missed About These Movie Villains

21Chucky

In Child’s Play, Chucky starts to grow eyebrows and lashes the more human he gets. His hairline changes too.


22Tyler Durden

In Fight Club (1999), Tyler Durden drives while the Narrator rides shotgun. After the car crash, Tyler exits the passenger side and pulls the Narrator from the driver’s seat.


23Green Goblin

During the Thanksgiving scene in the first Spider-Man movie, Peter Parker is wearing the Green Goblin's colors, and Norman Osborn is wearing Spider-Man's colors.


24Davy Jones

In Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s end, when Davy Jones comes to parlay, he’s walked onto land using a trail of buckets.


25Doc Ock

Doc Ock's Fate in Spider-Man 2 is based on T.S. Elliot, the author Otto Octavius' wife tried explaining to him when they first met.


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26Lex Luthor

In Batman vs. Superman when Lex Luthor is shown in his prisoner uniform, his prisoner ID number contains TK-421. TK-421 is the ID number of the Storm Trooper whose armor was stolen by Han Solo and Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: A New Hope.


27Ultron

In Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ultron's torn chest carries the exact same pattern as Cap's broken shield from Tony's vision.


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28General Zod

Since Zod’s body was used in the creation of Doomsday in Batman v Superman, Doomsday has the same scar that Zod had in Man of Steel.


29Calvin Candie

In Django Unchained (2012) Dr. Shultz tells the German story of how Broomhilda is guarded by a dragon. Throughout the movie, Calvin Candie is almost always smoking like a dragon breathing fire representing him being the dragon guarding Django's wife.


30General Grievous

In Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, General Grievous is the only villain who does not have a red lightsaber, since he keeps those of the Jedi he defeated.

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