Superhero films are not just limited to those of Marvel and DC. We agree that they are the ones with maximum Superhero films and franchises, many others have contributed to that genre as well.
There are many hidden details in these superhero films as well which have been noticed by these die-hard fans! How many of these did you know about?
1. The Incredibles
It doesn’t matter if you are a Pixar fan or not, but everyone is aware of the superpowers Mr. Incredible has. Here’s an interesting detail that Redditor u/JetmanA has pointed out for us. This shows his powers that make him immune to bullets.
“In the movie The Incredibles (2004), Mr. Incredible has a jar full of bullets that have bounced off his chest on his desk“, the Redditor says.
2. The Mask
Jim Carrey’s 1994’s The Mask is one of the best superhero films! It was a great comedy film and we still love it! An anonymous Redditor has pointed out an interesting detail on how Jim Carrey was the actual reason the prop “teeth” were featured so prominently.
According to the Redditor, “In The Mask, the oversized teeth were not meant to be used when Jim Carrey speaks, but he taught himself to talk with them to make his character wackier”
Those who have watched Hellboy (2004), will remember Abe Sapien always trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube. One Redditor has figured out why Abe could never solve the puzzle. Here’s what they had to say about it:
“In Hellboy (2004), Abe Sapien says that, in 30 years, he’s only completed two sides to a Rubik’s Cube. The two sides shown to be completed are blue and green, which are never adjacent on a normal Rubik’s Cube.”
Poor Abe! If he had a Normal Rubik’s Cube, he could have solved it.
4. Mystery Men
The superhero film (and comedy too), Mystery Men didn’t do well at the box office but it is still considered a cult classic. Redditor u/TheGhostOfAlanAlda pointed out that the most iconic scene from the film wasn’t intentional!
Here’s what they said, “While filming Mystery Men (1999), a crew member on the set threw a disposable lighter into a trash can, not realizing it was a prop that would later be set on fire. The lighter blew up during a take in a sudden burst of flame behind Paul Reubens, who improvised the famous “Excuse me!” line.”
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Sadly, no one talks about the authenticity of the costumes that were used back in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990). But thanks to Redditor u/flykikz‘s keen observation, there is one detail that could have given you a nightmare as a kid.
They said, “In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) in 56:30, you can see the human actor’s teeth wearing Donatello’s costume. I have always noticed it since I was a kid, just wanted to share it on here.”