The first terrorist to be killed by Tony Stark in Iron Man 1 is none other than famous American musician Tom Morello, who is the guitarist for Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave. Audioslave's song "Cochise" was used in the second trailer for the movie.
In Labyrinth (1986), David Bowie's face is hidden in several landscapes.
In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Bruce Banner's face is alongside the other "famous scientists" on the wall of Peter Parker's physics class.
At the end of Titanic, Rose is reliving everyone she met on the boat. When she gets to Jack, behind him there is a clock that reads 2:20, the exact time that the ship sank.
5Guardians of the Galaxy
In Guardians of the Galaxy, when Peter Quill enters the Temple on Morag, the murals on the wall are of Death, Entropy, Infinity and Eternity, the Cosmic Entities who created the Infinity Stones.
6Now You See Me
In Now You See Me, the very first trick is made by getting an audience member to pick a random card. When the deck is being flipped, the chosen card (7 of diamonds) was shown for a few extra frames to trick the real-life audience to think they have picked the same card as the one in the film.
In Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, every score on the soundtrack is named after a certain genus of a bat.
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In “The Shawshank Redemption,” Red's photo shown in prison mugshot was really the photo of Morgan Freeman’s son.
In Shining, for the scene in which Jack breaks down the bathroom door, the Props Department built a door that could be easily broken. However, Jack Nicholson had worked as a volunteer fire marshal and tore it apart far too easily. The Props Department were then forced to build a stronger door.
10The Powerpuff Girls Movie
In The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002), at almost 17 minutes in, you can see Bubbles spelling her name out in cursive as she's flying around.