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Fascinating Facts About Movies And Movie Industry (Part 1)

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A film , also called a movie , motion picture ,theatrical film or photo play , is a series of still images which, when shown on a screen, creates the illusion of moving images due to the phi phenomenon . This optical illusion causes the audience to perceive continuous motion between separate objects viewed rapidly in succession. The process of film making is both an art and an industry. A film is created by photographing actual scenes with a motion picture camera ; by photographing drawings or miniature models using traditional animation techniques; by means of CGI and computer animation ; or by a combination of some or all of these techniques and other visual effects. Boring ,huh? But, those are the must known facts about the process of a movie. So movie lovers, this is for you. A mass of quite interesting facts about movies and movie Industry are here. So let’s move on.

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  1. Film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg revived The Walt Disney Studios by producing some of their biggest hits: The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin . After these he requested a promotion, and was then abruptly fired by them. He then swore revenge against Disney and founded Dream Works Studios.
  2. While shooting the snow mountain scene for Lord Of The Rings The Fellowship of the Ring, Sean Bean climbed the mountain to reach the sets. In order to shoot the scene, the crew had to be helicoptered to the sets. But Sean Bean, succumbing to his fear of flying, chose the difficult path and took whole two hours to climb the mountain.
  3. In The Dark Knight, the part where the Joker is fidgeting with the remote was a natural reaction. The hospital set was timed to get blown off with some other technology and of course not by Joker’s remote. What had happened was that due to perhaps some technical fault the hospital set did not suffer the blast by the pre-decided time. However, Joker being in his character fully, made it appear as though it was due to the faulty remote in his hand that was causing the delay in the blast.
  4. Thor in order to conceive that absolutely real remote town look, they rebuilt almost an entire town in Galisteo, New Mexico.
  5. In the movie Interstellar, except for the scenes involving space (the worm hole, Gargantua, etc), all other scenes were shot in real environments. Even the cockpit was built specially for the film.
  6. The dinosaur sounds in the Jurassic Park are actually recordings of noises coming from tortoise sex. Oh no, no.:-D;-)
  7. Keeping aside all the crazy science in Gravity, we just have to say this the movies budget was more than what the entire India’s Mars Mission required.
  8. The movie Titanic’s run time is same as the amount of time taken by the ship to sink in real life. And you know what happens when perfectionist James Cameron gets crazy? He becomes OCD perfect. Remember the scene with Rose lying on the driftwood and staring at the stars? In the 3D version, the former star field was replaced with the field that showed stars how they would have appeared at 4:20 a.m. of 15th April 1912.
  9. In one of the iconic Pulp Fiction scenes, the plot of Kill Bill is indirectly revealed. Also, Pulp Fiction had hit theaters with other epic ones- Shawshank Redemption, Forrest Gump and Jurassic Park, at the same time in the October of 1994! And all of those movies are still consider as the greatest movies of all time.
  10. The Silence of the Lambs, Anthony Hopkin’s performance became one of the shortest lead(16 minutes)performances to win an Oscar.
  11. The rotating dream stage in Inception, in which Arthur is fighting the hotel security, was in fact a rotating set.
  12. In The Lion King, Pumbaa was the first Disney character ever to fart on screen.
  13.  Remember  Happy Hogan in Iron Man(2008)? Tony Stark's assistant was none other than the director of the film!
  14. In Terminater 2(1991),Linda Hamilton, who played the mother, forgot to put her earplugs on during one scene. When Arnold shot off a shotgun blast in the elevator at close range, the massive sound of the blank blast caused her permanent hearing damage.
  15. During the filming of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) a hydraulic-powered door trapped, broke and twisted Harrison Ford's ankle by 90 degrees. Needless to say, the injury was pretty gruesome, but Han Solo, as usual, recovered.
  16. In 2011, NASA declared Gattaca the most plausible science-fiction movie ever made. The idea of a world defined by genetic traits is one that many scientists fear will come to pass if genetic screening becomes more common. By contrast, Armageddon is considered by NASA the most implausible sci-fi movie ever made.
  17. The real Frank Abagnale Jr, whose life story provided the inspiration for the film, arrests Leonardo DiCaprio in France. The real Abagnale played one of the French police officers who pins Leonardo against the police car and takes him into custody.
  18. Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid approximately $21,429 for every one of the 700 words he said in, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (In 1991).
  19. In Saving Private Ryan, all of the main cast were given basic military training except Matt Damon, in the hope that the cast would build a resentment towards him necessary for the role.
  20. Django Unchained is the first time in 16 years that Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t get the top billing.
  21. Sean Connery turned down roles in The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones 4 and Blade Runner.
  22. In an alternate ending for Alien: Resurrection, Ripley finally makes it back to earth.
  23. In Harry Potter, Alan Rickman was the only person other than J.K. Rowling to know Snape was defending harry because he was in love with Lily Potter to make his performance genuine.
  24. Heath Ledger almost broke Jake Gyllenhaal’s nose by grabbing his head and kissing him too hard in Brokeback Mountain.
  25. Pixar’s, UP was the first ever animated film and 3D film to open the Cannes Film Festival.
  26. Each frame of the CGI scenes in James Cameron’s, Avatar (1/24 of a second) took an average of 47 hours to render.
  27. The Shawshank Redemption, #1 on imdb was the 51st highest grossing film in 94′, way behind Street Fighter (1994). The Shawshank Redemption is darn good. You must watch it before you die.
  28. In 2002, Steven Spielberg finally finished college after a 33-year hiatus. He turned in Schindler’s List for his student film requirement.
  29. In Iron Man/Avengers, J.A.R.V.I.S is an acronym for “Just A Rather Very Intelligent System.”
  30. Paul Schrader wrote Taxi Driver in five days. It is rumored he had a loaded gun by his desk for “inspiration and motivation”.
  31. In 1994, during one famous lunch at Pixar, filmmakers John Lasseter, Pete Docter and Joe Ranft came up with ideas that would eventually become A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo, Monster Inc. and Wall-E . We'll have what they're having.
  32. The Dark Knight made more money in its first six days in the US than Batman Begins made in its entire domestic run.
  33. Worldwide ticket sales for the Saw franchise put it at just shy of a billion dollars, making it the highest earning horror franchise globally.
  34. For all the talk of John Carter 's $200m write-off, the worldwide box office is slowly catching up with the budget. Disney can't say the same for 2011's Mars Needs Moms which ended with a gulf of $112m between costs and ticket sales. Note to Disney: keep away from the red planet.
  35. When Mark Zuckerberg posts his art essay question on Facebook during The Social Network his alias can be seen as one Tyler Durden.
  36. The final cut of Terminator 2: Judgment Day ends with a make-your-own-mind-up soliloquy about fate and the future. It could have ended with Sarah Connor as an old lady sitting in a futuristic LA park showing us that everything was hunky dory. Hasta la vista nuance.
  37. Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) played a minor role in Spielbergs 1998, Saving Private Ryan.
  38. Michael Fassbender is to produce and star in an Assassin’s Creed movie.
  39. Paranormal Activity cost $15000 to make and has grossed $210 million so far.
  40. Spirited Away is the only non-western animated film to win an Academy Award for best animated feature.

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