Awesome Movie Easter Eggs You’ve Probably Never Noticed Before
I remember when I was a little kid and there was a bunch of hoopla around the popular movie Three Men and a Baby.
If you looked closely during one scene, there was a phantom kid in the background…and it creeped people out.
Apparently, it was a cardboard cutout, but the rumor got started that it was the ghost of a kid who had passed away in the apartment where the scene was filmed years earlier.
What other little details have people noticed in movies?
Here are 11 you might have missed.
1. This is great.
Gotta love Jamie Lee!
2. The King has left the building.
Who did it better?
3. A great motto.
These kids are going places.
Bet you missed that one…
In Married to the Mob (1988), in the seedy, Roman-themed hotel room where Karen and Tony have a tryst, writing on the headboard reads, "Veni Veni Veni”, a play on Caesar’s triumphal quote "Veni. Vidi. Vici." ("I came. I saw. I conquered.") That means the headboard reads, "I came, I came, I came." from MovieDetails
5. Just like Hitchcock!
6. A lewd little gag…
7. Did you know…?
It all connects…
8. Just roll with it.
That’s very funny!
one of the funniest lines in "Zoolander" (2001) was ad-libbed. JP Prewitt (David Duchovny) spends a full minute explaining why male models are being used for evil. Stiller forgot his next line, so he repeated: "But why male models?" Duchovny rolled with it: "Are you serious? I just told you that!" from MovieDetails
9. The Lone Pine Mall.
A sneaky reference.
In The Polar Express (2004), a protest sign says "Say yes to Lone Pine Mall construction". A sneaky reference to Back to the Future (1985). Both movies were directed by Robert Zemeckis. from MovieDetails
10. Look closely…
For all you sci-fi folks.
In the movie Starship Troopers (1997) there is a scene that shows the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars (1977) attached to one of the ships. Phil Tippett was part of the visual effects team on both movies. from MovieDetails
11. This is amazing!
Beware of the deep…