While filming "Schindler's List," Steven Spielberg would put Robin Williams on speaker phone to cheer up the cast and crew.
In a scene in the movie 'Swingers', sirens can be heard in the distance from the state troopers arriving to shut down filming, as the crew did not have a permit to shoot.
3Saving Private Ryan
The boots worn by the actors portraying American soldiers in 'Saving Private Ryan' were made by the same company that supplied boots for American soldiers during the Second World War.
4La La Land
For 'La La Land', Ryan Gosling learned jazz piano, and all of the piano scenes in the movie were played by him
5The Lord of the Rings
Many of the tracks to 'The Lord of the Rings' score features choirs singing in Tolkien's fictional languages, such as Sindarin, Khuzdul, and Rohirric, the lyrics of which often reflecting what is happening on the screen, and usually written as a poem.
6Life of Brian
In the “Life of Brian” scene where Graham Chapman reveals himself naked at a window to his adoring followers, fellow Python Terry Jones realized he lacked one crucial Jewish detail. A Strategically placed rubber band provided authenticity.
The infamous scene, in Mel Gibson's film "The Patriot" depicting the herding of noncombatant men, women, and children into a church, and setting it on fire is based on the SS massacre of French villagers in Oradour-Sur-Glane in 1944. Nothing like this ever happened in the American Revolution.
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The scene in 'Dragonheart' where they are training in castle ruins is actually Čachtice Castle a.k.a. Home to Countess Elizabeth Bàthory - the most prolific female serial killer who is rumored to have bathed in virgin blood to retain her youth.
The scene in Oldboy in which Choi Min-sik eats a live octopus was shot with a real living octopus and required four separate takes. He is also a Buddhist and prayed for each one before eating them.
The filming of 'Hardcore Henry' was so intense that it caused severe neck pain and tooth loss for 2 actors who played the protagonist. It is also the first full POV action movie. 96 minutes of Hardcore Henry are all in first person.