Horror director Eli Roth showed villagers in a remote native village deep in the Peruvian Amazon the controversial 1980 horror film “Cannibal Holocaust”. To show them what a movie was. The villagers thought it was a comedy and the funniest thing they’ve ever seen.
In spite of what Jurassic Park and other dinosaur films have shown us, the Tyrannosaurus Rex probably did not roar. In fact, it is believed that most theropods like the Tyrannosaurus made hissing or rattling sounds, similar to that of modern day snakes or crocodiles.
Princess Leia’s iconic metal bikini was inspired by Fisher’s complaints that the loose-fitting outfits she wore in the Star Wars concealed her feminine physique.
While shooting The Blues Brothers movie, they had a budget for cocaine.
Because Han Solo says “I’ll see you in Hell” in Empire Strikes Back, there’s an entire mythology for what Hell is in the Star Wars universe.
The Godzilla suit used in the 1954 classic was so thick and heavy that the actor couldn’t be inside it for more than three minutes to avoid suffocation, and he would often suffer bouts of dehydration and heat exhaustion, to the point where he passed out. The suit even had to include a valve to drain all the sweat from it.
In the movie Poltergeist, they used real skeletons. When asked why it was a simple answer, “they were cheaper than the plastic ones.”
The screenwriter for the movie “Cast Away” stranded himself on an island for research, and when a volleyball washed up on shore, it became the inspiration for “Wilson.”
Heath Ledger asked Christian Bale to actually beat him for the interrogation scene in the Dark Knight.