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Sets were built only as high as the actors' heads and computer graphics filled in the rest; Liam Neeson was so tall that he cost the crew an extra $150,000 in construction.(1999)
On the set, Dan Aykroyd referred to the 'Slimer' ghost as the ghost of John Belushi. (1984)
The pile of excreta that the young Jamal jumps into was made from a combination of peanut butter and chocolate. (2008)
The movie's line 'Yo, Adrian.' was voted as the #80 movie quote by the American Film Institute (out of 100). (1976)
The first draft of the screenplay had Hammond left behind on the island. (1993)
Mel Gibson didn't realize that his director was playing the vet until the day that they came to shoot their scenes together. (2002)
The shower scene has over 90 splices in it and did not involve Anthony Perkins at all. The scene was filmed while Perkins was in New York rehearsing for a Broadway musical. (1960)
The name for O.J. Simpson's character, Nordberg, was taken from a manufacturing company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (1988)
At a cost of nearly $3,000,000, Disney insiders claimed that if this movie had failed at the box office, it would have been the end of the Disney studio. (1950)
The main character was originally going to tell a workable recipe for home-made explosives, but in the interest of public safety, fictional recipes substituted the real ones.(1999)
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Chris Farley was originally cast as the main character and even recorded the dialogue. However, after his death, the role was given to fellow SNL performer, Mike Myers. (2001)
Sergio Leone was approached to direct the film, but turned it down since he felt the story, which glorified the Mafia, was not interesting enough. (1972)
It took a group of around 100 people three years to complete this movie. For one second of film, up to 12 stop-motion moves had to be made. (1993)
The device originally considered for use as the time travel machine was a refrigerator. (1985)
When Fletcher beats himself up in the restroom, no sound effects were used; those are really the sounds of the actor's head slamming into the urinal, floor and walls. (1997)
All robots in the movie follow the Three Laws of Robotics, originally conceived by sci-fi writer Isaac Asimov. Several bad bots have dilemmas in following those laws. (2008)
In the final sequence, Al Pacino grabs a gun by the barrel. Although only blanks were used, his hand was badly burned, and production had to be shut down for a few weeks. (1983)
The bridge in Hobbiton was built by the New Zealand army out of polystyrene. (2001)
The reason the majority of stunts were filmed in Japan was because when the crew tried to film them in the US, swarms of fans of the TV show showed up to watch the filming. (2002)
To keep Michael Jordan happy while filming, Warner Bros. built him his own basketball court. (1996)

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