Behind-the-scenes facts from famous movies you won’t believe

Behind-the-scenes facts from famous movies you won’t believe

We delight in watching movies. We love the stories that take us away from ourselves and pop us into other people’s lives and problems. But, there are some really cool stories and facts that happen behind-the-scenes that we never really hear about and that can make us love those movies even more.

Terminator 2

Who can forget near the end of Terminator 2 the T1000 that imitates Sarah Connor? It was kind of eerie how good of an imitation it was, right? There was a reason for this. Turns out that Leslie Hamilton who is the twin sister of Linda Hamilton played the T1000. Linda Hamilton, of course, plays Sarah Connor.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

One of the iconic parts of Monty Python and the Holy Grail is the coconuts that the knights use (or their squires use really) to make the horse sounds. This is a huge bit in the movie and luckily for the movie, it worked out. It turns out that the production couldn’t afford horses. Good things come to those who get creative.

Home Alone

Home Alone is one of the best Christmas movies you could watch as a kid. Those booby traps were epic and from the looks of them, they were fairly easy to set up. Plenty of kids got some great ideas from that movie. One of the funniest moments is when Marv climbs in through an open window and steps on ornaments. It turns out that those ornaments were actually made out of candy. No bare feet were harmed in the filming of that scene.

Pierce Brosnan in James Bond

Everyone has their favorite James Bond. Was yours Pierce Brosnan? During the years 1995-2002 Pierce Brosnan was contractually obligated to not wear a full tuxedo in any other movie. You can’t have James Bond appearing in any other movie that isn’t a James Bond movie apparently.


There are many iconic moments in Titanic, but there’s one about the charcoal drawing of Kate Winslet as Rose that you might not know. The charcoal drawing that Jack draws is a beautiful moment in the film, but Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t actually draw it. James Cameron (the director of the film) drew the portrait of Kate Winslet.

Knowing these facts about these movies doesn’t change the stories at all, but it changes how you see them. It adds a little something extra to your viewing pleasure.


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