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Almost Useless Movie Trivia II
The War Room contains a large table of food because Stanley Kubrick intended to end the film with a custard pie fight between the Russians and the Americans.
During filming, a paramedic was kept on the set to make sure that Mr. Orange's (Tim Roth) amount of blood loss was kept consistent and realistic to that of a real gunshot victim.
The wildebeest stampede took Disney's CG department approximately three years to animate.
In order for it to sound like Nigel had Marlin and Dory in his mouth, Geoffrey Rush held onto his tongue as he said his lines.
After the film's release, body kits were made for DeLoreans to make them look like the time machine.
Mark Wahlberg based his performance on the police officers who'd arrested him about two dozen times in his youth.
Elvis Presley was offered a role, most likely The Guardian Angel in the 'Beauty School Drop-Out' scene.
James Cameron allegedly kept a nail-gun on set that he would use to nail cell phones, that had the misfortune of ringing, to a wall above the exit sign.
According to writer Carl Gottlieb, the line 'You're gonna need a bigger boat' was not scripted but improvised by Roy Scheider.
Ben Affleck requested that the actors playing embassy refugees live together for a week in a house with 1979 decor in order to get acquainted and to better understand the period.
Unlike most films, every time a newspaper article appears it has a detailed and complete depiction of the events in the headline.
Gerard Butler would spend on average 4 hours a day training in a gym for over 4 months to get in shape for the role of the king.
The scene in which all characters sit in a circle on the library floor and tell stories about why they were in detention was not scripted. John Hughes told them all to ad-lib.
The f-word and its other tenses are used 321 times, for an average of 2.04 per minute. About half of them are said by Joe Pesci.
The painting given to Jeremy by Todd was kept by Vince Vaughn after filming.
Many of the nannies in the large queue of applicants for the job at the start of the film were actually men in drag.
The dance scene where Joel dances to 'Old Time Rock N' Roll' was completely improvised. In the script Tom Cruise was simply instructed to 'dance to rock music'.
All of the girls acting as participants in the beauty pageant, except Abigail Breslin, were veterans of real beauty pageants.
Ryan Gosling built the kitchen table featured in the movie in preparation for his role as Noah.
Natalie Portman began ballet training before receiving an official script on pure faith that the film would be made.
When Dustin Hoffman showed up at Joseph E. Levine's office for a casting interview, the producer mistook him for a window cleaner, so Hoffman, in character, cleaned a window.
According to reports, Heath Ledger nearly broke co-star Jake Gyllenhaal's nose while filming a kissing scene.
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