Even More Hidden Movie Details Fans Likely Didn't Notice

The first time you watch any movie, it's totally understandable if you miss hidden Easter Eggs.

So, to save you the trouble of having to re-watch a ton of movies with your eyes peeled for obscure details, we have made you this list!

Here are a few hidden movie details that fans rarely notice in some of their favorite movies!

*Straight Outta Compton*

Universal Pictures

First of all, ICYMI, the actor who plays Ice Cube is actually Ice Cube's real-life son, O'Shea Jackson, Jr.

Secondly, during the scene when the group kicks a woman out of the hotel pool party, Ice Cube's character says: "Bye, Felicia," a line referencing another one of his films, Friday.

*Forrest Gump*

Paramount Pictures

Beside Jenny's bed in Forrest Gump there is a card with a smiley face sitting on the bedside table.

The same "inspire" smiley face that was spotted earlier in the film. This is lowkey creepy, to be honest.

*Star Wars: The Force Awakens*


Unsurprisingly, the new Star Wars films have small references to the old ones!

For example, one of the flags in this movie has the famous Mandalorian symbol, a reference to Boba Fett! Did you end up catching it?

*Toy Story 3*


When the characters in the movie are trying to reboot Buzz Lightyear, it briefly shows where his batteries were manufactured.

They are from BNL (Buy N Large) — the same company shows throughout the movie, Wall-E.

*Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade*


In this movie, when Indiana first tries out his famous whip, he accidentally gives himself a cut on his chin — giving a subtle nod to Harrison Ford, who actually has the same scar on his chin in real life.

*The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring*

After Boromir's tragic death in Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Aragorn honors him by wearing his bracers.

But if you pay attention, he actually continues to wear the bracers for the next two movies in the trilogy.

*Black Panther*

During the casino scene of Black Panther, when Nakia, T'Challa, and Okoye are standing next to each other, their outfit colors were arranged specifically to represent the Pan-African flag.

Not to mention, this is one of the most iconic scenes of the movie.

*It Chapter Two*

When Michael is looking through a scrapbook, he stops on the page that holds the newspaper article about the fire that killed his parents.

The fire, as you can see, spells "IT." Foreshadowing much?


Sony Pictures

During the cringe-worthy, awkward Thanksgiving scene, you may have not noticed that Peter Parker is wearing the colors that the Green Goblin usually wears.

As for Norman Osborne, he is wearing the colors that Spider-Man usually wears. How cool?

*The Santa Clause*


Throughout The Santa Clause, there are several elves hidden in plain sight from scene to scene.

This was to subtly show that the elves were keeping a close eye on Scott and Charlie throughout the year before they return back to the North Pole.

*Mad Max: Fury Road*

In this film, George Miller made sure to subtly tip his hat to his predecessor, Mel Gibson, by having Tom Hardy wear the same jacket that Mel did in the first Mad Max movie.

*Inside Out*


Each character was physically modeled after something that represents the emotion they're representing.

Joy is modeled after a star, Sadness after a teardrop, Anger is meant to look like a firebrick, Fear is a nerve, and Disgust is made to resemble a piece of broccoli.


There's more than one Easter egg in this movie. But here's one of the trickiest ones to catch:

Hades says: "Guys, relax. It's only half-time!" at the 46-minute mark — exactly halfway through the movie which is 92-minutes long.

*Monster's Inc.*


While visiting Sully's living room, you might have spotted the random hole in the back of his chair. Turns out this hole isn't random at all.

It's there so that his tail can fit through and he can sit more comfortably.