41Batman V Superman
In Batman V Superman (2016), for his fight with Superman, Bruce Wayne prepares Smoke Grenades with the letter "Pb" written on them. According to Comics "Lead" is the only thing Superman can't see through.
In Pulp Fiction (1994), the waiter asks Mia if she wants her milkshake “Martin and Lewis or Amos and Andy”. He is referring to two comedy duos: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (two white men), and The Amos ‘n Andy Show (two black men). Basically, he is asking if she wants her shake vanilla or chocolate.
In Knives Out (2019), actor Ricky Jay appears on a fridge. He was supposed to appear in the movie but died during production, so the film crew added the photograph as a tribute to him.
In Forrest Gump (1994), Bubba's helmet says 'I'd Rather be Shrimping'.
45 Dark Phoenix
In Dark Phoenix (2019), in the scene where Professor X is talking to Magneto, he is wearing a Rolex Milgauss watch, which is designed to be resistant to magnetic interference.
46Game of Death
Bruce Lee died during the production of Game of Death (1972). The filmmakers employed various techniques to hide his absence. An infamous example is when they pasted a cardboard cut-out of Lee’s face onto a mirror so that an extra could hide behind it.
47Asterix Conquers Rome
In Asterix Conquers Rome (1976): Asterix shows Obelix that they are on the fourth floor by forming a roman IV with his fingers instead of just holding up 4 fingers.
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In Captain Phillips (2013), the medic in the infirmary scene was a real navy medic (Danielle Albert). The director told her to treat Tom Hanks like it was a "regular military exercise". The sequence was unscripted and improvised.
49X-Men: First Class
X-Men: First Class (2011) young Erik Lehnsherr is told to move a coin. The 5 Reichsmark coin was usually made of Silver. Silver has a weak magnetic signature. Moving it would be extremely difficult for someone who isn't in control of their powers.
50Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Michael Palin came up with the idea to use coconuts in Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) because the film couldn't afford to use actual horses.