Whilst filming Scream (1996) Drew Barrymore accidentally called 911 for real several times. The prop master had forgotten to unplug the phone before filming. Barrymore would call, scream, and hang up. In the middle of one take, the police rang back in confusion to ask why they kept calling.
2Men in Black
In Men in Black (1997), the language these aliens speak together is ‘Huttese’, the language Jabba the Hutt speaks in the Star Wars.
In Ratatouille (2007), the ratatouille that Rémy prepares was designed by Chef Thomas Keller. It's a real recipe. It takes at least four hours to make.
In Anaconda (1997), a shot of the riverboat is played in reverse to show the boat reversing, however, the waterfall in the shot is clearly flowing backward.
5Mission Impossible: Fallout
In Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018), Lane hyperventilates before being submerged, giving more oxygen to the blood/brain than a single deep breath, allowing him to stay conscious longer.
6Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Luke tells to R2 to remain in the ship in various events and he doesn't do it. The last person to say that to R2 was Anakin in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005) and he never returned.
7Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Professor Lupin sleeps through most of the train ride to Hogwarts. The date is the 1st of September, 1993. There really was a full moon the previous night. He was exhausted because he'd transformed the night before.
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In Coraline (2009), the crew spent 800 hours painting 250,000 pieces of popcorn—pink on the outside, red on the kernel—to stand in as blossoms for the nearly 70 trees.
In Incredibles (2004), Elastigirl’s original suit was red and Mr. Incredible’s suit was blue. Their first child’s name was Violet (a combination of red and blue).
10The Secret World of Arrietty
When a tiny person pours tea from a tiny teapot in 'The Secret World of Arrietty (2010)', it comes out as a droplet.