In this list, we’ll be sharing a few wholesome facts that are so pure, you’d want to share with your mom! These are BTS from your favorite movies that you would not want to miss. Let us know in the comment section which one is your favorite. These are literally heartwarming. Check them out!
1. The Airport Scene In “Love Actually“
The opening airport scene in “Love Actually” features people hugging and embracing each other genuinely. They’re real people doing it and not paid actors. These shots were taken using hidden cameras.
2. Carrie Fisher’s Dog “Gary” Has A Cameo In “The Last Gedi“
“Gary“, Carrie Fisher’s dog, has a cameo in “The Last Gedi” 2017 with prosthetics in the Canto Bight Casino, as a pet for one of the higher rollers.
3. Michael Bay’s Dog Has A Cameo In “Pearl Harbor“
In 2001’s “Pearl Harbor“, Michael Bay gave his dog a cameo. He was 5 years old at the time of filming and was named Mason.
4. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2’s Director Put His Own Parents In A Quick Cameo
In the movie, the old couple taking pictures are the parents of James Gunn, director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. In fact, they are labeled as “Weird Old Man” and “Weird Old Man’s Mistress“.
5. Truman Capote Briefly Appears In “Annie Hall”
Capote makes a silly cameo in “Annie Hall” as the winner of the Truman Capote lookalike contest.
6. Kirsten Bell Has A Cameo In “Zootopia” As A Sloth
Bell appears in “Zootopia” as a sloth because of her famous Ellen segment obsessing over sloths. Though her character has only two words as the dialogue, we could recognise it’s her!
7. Character’s Occupation Inspired By A Real Story
In “Kung Fu Panda” Po’s father owns a noodle shop. However, this is in reference to the character’s voice actor James Hong. His father owned a noodle shop wherein he used to work in his childhood. This information was used by the makers in the film.
8. Paris Hilton’s Special Request
In the movie “House Of Wax“, Paris was supposed to scream during her death scene. But she was too embarrassed to do so. So, she requested the crew members to join her while she does so. Interestingly, the crew obliged and joined her. Now, that’s one supportive team!
9. The Cutie Mary Gibbs In “Monsters Inc.“
Mary Gibbs who played “Boo” in the 2001 “Monsters Inc.” was just 2,5 years old when she started recording her lines for the role. However, it was very difficult to get her lines recorded because she wouldn’t stick in the studio for long. Therefore, they decided to follow her around the studio and record whatever random lines and sounds she used to make!
10. Stan Lee’s Thoughtful Condition For A Cameo Scene
For his cameo in “Mallrats“, Stan Lee was supposed to talk about one his exs that got away. He agreed to do so on only ONE condition that they would later add a scene wherein he’ll say he was joking so that his wife doesn’t get offended and upset. That’s so thoughtful of him!