In Marfa, Texas, “No Country for Old Men” had to halt filming for a day because of a huge cloud of smoke from the set of “There Will Be Blood.”
During the filming of Leon, a man who had just robbed a store round the corner encountered the set, filled with ‘police’ cars. Mistakenly believing himself to have been caught, he gave himself up to a group of uniformed extras.
If you watch a horror movie before you view abstract art, you will enjoy the art more.
The Leonardo DiCaprio haircut from Titanic was so popular among afghan youths that it was banned by the Taliban and barbers went to jail for giving it.
A fake flute used in star trek, after being estimated worth $300, sold for nearly $50,000.
The Space Jam website is still up and hasn’t been updated since 1996.
All of the old buildings from Star Wars, such as Obi-Wan’s house, Mos Espa, and Lars Homestead, are still intact and can be visited at Tunisia.
Scientists at the South Pole annually torment themselves by having a double feature of The Thing (1982) and The Shining (1980).
The Bank Robbery scene from the movie “Heat” was used by the US Marines to train recruits on the proper way to retreat while under fire.