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.
22Toy Story 2
In Toy Story 2 (1999), when Al is about to hang up with the Japanese Toy museum for buying Woody, he says “Don’t touch my mustache.” This is him mispronouncing. “どういたしまして” (Dōitashimashite) which means “You’re Welcome” in Japanese.
23The Pursuit of Happyness
In The Pursuit of Happyness (2006), at the end of the movie, Will Smith, who plays Chris Gardner, walks past the actual Chris Gardner whose life the movie is based on.
24Lord of the Rings
In the Lord of the Rings, you can see that Gandalf carries his pipe in his staff.
In "Her", Theodore uses a safety pin to hold Samantha up in his pocket so she can see while out on a date.
In Rampage (2018), when Dwayne The Rock Johnson's character signs "it's me" to the gorilla, he uses the American Sign Language symbol for “rock.”
27Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse
In 'Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse' the month written on Miles's test paper is Decembruary.
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In Flushed Away, the main character Roddy (played by Hugh Jackman) pulls out Wolverine's suit while deciding what to wear.
29The Lion King
In The Lion King, unlike the other lions, Scar's claws are always displayed throughout the movie.
In Deadpool 2, there is a drawing of Wolverine tagged “Prisoner 24601.” That's Jean Valjean's prisoner number in Les Miserables, which was also played by Hugh Jackman.