12+ Uninteresting Movie Details No One Bothered To Notice

Diply 19 Sep 2018

Fan theories seem to be popping up all over the internet these days. Forums discussing fan theories, tweets about subtle movie details you missed, and behind-the-scenes interviews and footage give us deeper insight into the movies we love!

That, however, is not the case in this article. Today, we're looking at some of the lamest, most made-up, and ridiculous details about movies that Reddit has ever come up with.* So, prepare to be unimpressed!

*Some user-generated quotes may have been censored or lightly copyedited for clarity.

1. A Quiet Place (2018)

Reddit | BroItsLogan

"A Quiet Place is a movie about monsters that hunt by sound. This wasn't always the case. John Krasinski made this creative decision after he discovered they shot half the movie but forgot to plug in the mics." —BroItsLogan

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2. I Am Legend (2007)

Reddit | genetics74

"In one scene of NYC you can see a billboard for the 2016 movie Batman Vs. Superman. This is an attempt to foreshadow the making of Batman Vs. Superman being associated with the total and complete collapse of society as we know it." —genetics74

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3. Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones (2002)

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"During the filming of Attack of the Clones, Natalie Portman and Hayden Christensen, in their scenes together, played a prank on George Lucas by pretending they had never acted before. Lucas loved the prank so much, he ended up using most of the footage in the final cut." —genetics74

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4. Ocean's 8 (2018)

Reddit | 123batman456

"[It] was originally intended as a scene-by-scene, all-female remake of Ocean's Eleven (2001). However, director Gary Ross discovered that there were only a total of 8 women in all of Hollywood, and had to improvise the script to fit the original 11 roles into 8 characters." —123batman456

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5. La La Land (2016)

Reddit | coreyp0123

"Originally intended to be a reboot of the Shrek franchise, the script to La La Land had to be completely rewritten after the writers realized that was a stupid idea." —coreyp0123

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6. The Incredibles (2004)

Reddit | cookerlv

"Mr. Incredible can be seen reading 'Get in Shape' magazine, which features an ad encouraging a curvy female body. This is in reference to Mrs. Incredible being thicc af." —cookerlv

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7. Jurassic Park (1993)

Reddit | Womblue

"If you pause Jurassic Park after exactly 3 hours 17 minutes, you'll notice that the movie ended 65 minutes ago." —Womblue

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8. Ready Player One (2018)

Reddit | mediocrekids

"The 'ugly' girl is actually quite beautiful, this is a reference to the fact that Hollywood is incapable of casting actually ugly actors to play ugly characters and should give up writing them into their movies altogether." —mediocrekids

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9. Moana (2016)

Reddit | LordQuinzulin

"While filming Moana, Dwayne Johnson went down with a terrible case of laryngitis. Thankfully, his twin brother, The Rock, was able to voice act the rest of the movie with no noticeable difference. The difference was so small, however, that The Rock didn't get a mention in the credits."
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10. Cars (2006)

Reddit | coreyp0123

"During production, Owen Wilson had to endure 12 hours of makeup and prosthetics a day to play Lightning McQueen in the Cars trilogy." —coreyp0123

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11. Coco (2017)

Reddit | seth1299

"The spirits in the Land of the Dead keep referencing Miguel as 'the living boy.' This is a subtle nod to the fact that Miguel is, in fact, a living boy." —seth1299

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12. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

Reddit | nymikemet

"The main villain in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is Electro. This is a nod to the movies original title; The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro Boogaloo" —nymikemet

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13. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Reddit | lackofusernameeideas

"The costume designers cleverly implemented the shape of a spider to the front of Spider-Man's suit. This is a clever reference to the fact that Spider-Man's abilities are based on a spider."
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14. Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Reddit | Tularemia

"Spider-Man references a 'really old movie' called Empire Strikes Back. This is the name of the second film ever released in the Star Wars franchise, which is owned by Disney, and Disney probably wants you to buy it on Blu-ray." —Tularemia

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15. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Reddit | Mr_Bell_Man

"When Thanos gets stabbed by Thor he lets out a giant scream. This is because having a giant axe shoved into your body would hurt like hell. Yet another awesome little detail from the Russo brothers!" —Mr_Bell_Man

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16. The Avengers (2012)

Reddit | Jaegerbalm

"The likeness of a halo can be observed around Hawkeye's head, foreshadowing his role as savior of the universe in the upcoming Avengers 4." —Jaegerbalm

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