In the opening scene of WALL-E (2008), there are wind turbines and nuclear plants built on top of trash mounds to imply that mankind didn't convert to clean energy until it was too late.
At the beginning of Joker movie (2019), there is a familiar face in the mirror. The reflection in the mirror resembles the face of Joker’s nemesis Batman.
In Finding Nemo (2003), Gill is a Moorish idol. This species is known to not handle captivity well, so him being the one who constantly comes up with escape plans makes sense.
In La Haine (1995), there is a scene where Vinz talks to himself in the mirror. In the filming of this scene however, there is no mirror involved. The actor is in another room with a body double standing across him mimicking his movements.
In Citizen Kane (1941), the audience that watches Kane make his speech is a still photo. To give the illusion of crowd movement, holes were pricked in with a pin, and lights moved around behind it.
Sid, from Ice Age, makes a cameo appearance in the movie Robots (2005).
7Gangs of New York
In Gangs of New York (2002), you can see the foam rubber meat cleaver bounce off of Monks’ back and land on the ground behind him.
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For Forrest Gump (1994), Tom Hanks’s brother Jim Hanks doubled for him for the sequence where Forrest jogs across America. As Jim put it: “Tom had other doubles, but they couldn’t do the run,” he says, referring to Gump’s stiff, geeky stride. “That’s a stupid Hanks thing.”
The actor in Hot Fuzz (2007) kept forgetting his line so they let him use his real birthday. Happy Birthday, Underage Drinker #1.
10Beverly Hills Cop III
In Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Eddie Murphy cuts into line at the Spider ride, in front of George Lucas.