1Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
In “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” (2009), every president on Mount Rushmore except Abraham Lincoln gets pied directly in the face. Lincoln takes a pie to the back of the head, which is how he was assassinated.
Forrest Gump never blinks while playing ping pong, as he was told the trick was “to keep your eye on the ball.”
When filming The Godfather, Marlon Brando would often read his lines off cue cards, sometimes even stuck on other actors, whose backs were to the camera.
In “Baby Driver” the moment Baby sees Deborah at the coffee shop, the graffiti heart across the street changes from black to red.
5Thor: The Dark World
In Thor: The Dark World (2013), Natalie Portman couldn't make it reshoot the final kiss scene. When asked to choose from a lineup of women to take her place, Chris Hemsworth instead brought in his wife, who wore Natalie's clothes and wig to shoot the final kiss.
In ‘The Avengers’ (2012), there is a small screen showing the heat signature in the room where Loki is being held which shows that he has a cold body temperature. That’s because he is a frost giant.
In John Wick (2014), before the action starts, John wears his wristwatch normally. But when he goes into the "battle mode", he wears them face inside the wrist, which is the way soldiers usually do it so that they could see the time while holding a rifle and to avoid reflections off the glass.
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In “Split”, James McAvoy was frustrated with filming a scene with the multiple personalities talking amongst each other, and he punched a door that broke his knuckle. McAvoy filmed for three days without telling anyone about his injury and his swollen hand can be seen in one scene.
9Deathly Hallows - Part 2
In the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, during the battle of Hogwarts, one of the giants uses a broken Quidditch goal hoop as a weapon.
In the Watchmen, the Comedian's funeral has the flag draped over his coffin for service in Vietnam. There are 51 stars on the flag, because, in Watchmen's 1985, Vietnam is a state, thanks to Dr. Manhattan and The Comedian's involvement.