Bill Murray was incredibly difficult to contact on the set of “Groundhog Day“, a movie he hated working on. When asked to hire a personal assistant, he obliged and hired a man who was mostly deaf and mute, only using sign language. Nobody else on set knew sign language, including Murray.
When Mel Blanc (original voice of Bugs Bunny) was in a coma, doctors were only able to speak to him when they addressed him as “Bugs Bunny” (and he responded as the character).
Harrison Ford had given up on acting to become a carpenter. George Lucas discovered him for the role of Han Solo while Ford was installing his cabinets.
Jackie Chan does not like the Rush Hour series because he does not appreciate the action scenes, nor understands the American humor. He only made the sequel because they offered him an “irresistible” amount of money.
That despite being a fan of his movies, Joseph Stalin ordered the assassination of John Wayne.
In a speed demonstration, Bruce Lee could snatch a dime off a person’s open palm before they could close it, and leave a penny behind.
Bruce Lee could throw grains of rice up into the air and then catch them in mid-flight using chopsticks.