There is no doubt that you have watched most of the following movies more than once. After all, these brilliantly crafted pieces are worth watching over and over again. Some of you may have seen it recently for the umpteenth time due to the holidays. Be ready to get goosebumps as you will discover some interesting details from your favorite films that you never noticed. These directors are passionate about what they present and so they make sure to use every prop and element in the story to deliver subtle hints. The shocking part is that the names mentioned below are pretty popular but somehow we never saw these details. Find out the 10 hidden details in iconic movies that fans never noticed.
There is no iota of a doubt why Brad Pitt’s character despised the Nazis so much. However, one might wonder why his hatred is so strong, passionate, and vindictive. You will get your answers if you get a close up at Brad’s neck and see marks of rope burn. Even the script mentions that he survived LYNCHING once.
Every fan of the classic action film “Kill Bill” knows that the iconic yellow jumpsuit worn by Uma Thurman’s The Bride was a replica of the legend Bruce Lee’s jumpsuit from “Game of Death”. But even Lucy Liu’s kimono was a nod to the 1973 Japanese film “Lady Snowblood” that inspired “Kill Bill”.
Apart from the battle between intergalactic creatures, “Avengers: Endgame” was a total recall to “Back To The Future”. There were many references to the film, especially the last part where Rocket is about to be swallowed by a Chitauri Leviathan but is saved in the last minute when Iron Man snaps the Infinity Gauntlet. It’s exactly like the scene where Jaws 19 hologram is about to snap Martin but vanishes.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino is a legend widely known for his contributions to Hollywood with masterpieces like “Pulp Fiction”, “Django Unchained’, “Inglorious Basterd”, etc. But the director has also earned a notorious name for his ill-advised cameos in his movies. And yet again he made a special appearance in his last piece of work “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”. If you zoom in to one of the posters of the film, you will see an image of a man behind the camera. That’s none other than Tarantino. Nice try!
Guardians of The Galaxy
The Guardians are surely the heroes of the Marvel Universe saving innocents from power-hungry intergalactic creatures, but we can’t forget the fact that they met in the prison. Many fans have wondered what sort of crimes landed them up in such a high-guarded prison. Well, according to some eagle-eyed fans, the crimes committed by the Guardians of the Galaxy were mentioned on their prison pants. It has been confirmed by James Gunn who said that the colors indicated the category of crime and the dots mentioned the degree of it.
Iron Man 3
While we were engrossed in the main plot and the terrors of the fake Mandarin, MCU played with a small yet interesting reference that many missed. Happy Hogan watching “Downton Abbey” wasn’t just a random show being picked for the script but a solid nod to the comic books. A scene takes place on the show where a chauffeur falls for the lady of the house. This mirrors the Marvel comics where Happy Hogan gets married to Pepper Potts.
Beauty And The Beast
In order to leave no room for doubt over Gaston’s fate after his fall, Disney leaves a subtle hint. Right before his fall, Gaston’s eyes reflect with a shot of skulls. Well, that has to mean only one thing.
Rabbits had a great significance in the “Us” which is why they were appearing everywhere. It’s not until later that we understand what the rabbits symbolized. However, amidst all the rabbit references throughout the movie, there was a part where Zora changed a shirt with a rabbit on it with a new shirt that read “Tho”. “Tho” translates to rabbit again in Vietnamese.
Costumes aren’t merely a fashion statement in films but mean a great deal. The costume department puts a lot of time and effort into designing the right outfit to tell a story, just like Captain America’s changing outfits throughout the MCU. Similarly, in “Get Out”, a racist themed thriller, Rose and Chris’ outfits put together to become the American flag.
“Logan” was more than just a superhero movie fighting evil. It reflected the journey of some major heroes as mere humans. Charles Xavier, who was blessed with a powerful brain and psychological powers was suffering from dementia in “Logan”. The water tank he lived in resembled the room of Cerebro from previous X-Men movies that he used to track and contact mutants. However, the stars of the Cerebro that represented the mutants were replaced with holes in the water tank. These holes stood for the emptiness left by mutants who were killed by Charles Xavier.