In 1927 the Soviet Union released a film about traveling to Mars where they saved an alien race from capitalism.
The film American Pie almost didn’t get made, but the studio eventually couldn’t resist the original title of its screenplay, “Untitled Teenage Sex Comedy That Can Be Made For Under $10 Million That Most Readers Will Probably Hate But I Think You Will Love”.
In the film Cast Away, actual dialogue was written for Wilson so that Tom Hank’s character had more of a connection and interaction with the object.
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.