Trivia: In the end credits the minion causing the screen to drop has heterochromia iridum - his eyes are two different colors. (01:30:45)
Trivia: The humming chant Matthew McConaughey does and Leonardo DiCaprio adopts is actually something McConaughey does before scenes to relax himself and clear his head. He did it before shooting the scene with DiCaprio in the restaurant, and after a few takes DiCaprio suggested that it was put in the scene, so it stayed.Jon Sandys
Trivia: Warm Bodies actually has tons of references to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, it is kind of a modern adaptation. The zombie, R(omeo), falls in love with the human girl Julie(t). An impossible love, as both “species” fight against each other. Julie has an Italian last name, Grigio, has a boyfriend, Perry, who represents Paris from Romeo and Juliet. But there is another similarity that makes it much more obvious: Ever thought about the scene at Julie’s home, where she is standing on her balcony and looking down to R? And suddenly, Nora (who obviously represents the nurse) shows up? We know that scene very well. And finally, their love unites zombies and humans and stops their war. Fortunately, the ending is not inspired by the play .
Trivia: As Kirk, Spock, and Uhura head to the shuttle bay for their mission to Kronos to capture Khan, Sulu orders crew to prepare the vessel that was confiscated in the Mudd incident. This is a reference to Harry Mudd, a roguish character who appeared in the original Star Trek series in the episodes titled,"I, Mudd" and "Mudd's Women." Harry Mudd, played by Roger C. Carmel, was the only non-regular character to appear in more than one episode on the original Star Trek series. Carmel was slated to reprise the role in Star Trek: TNG, but he died before the episode could be filmed. (00:44:25)raywest
Trivia: The waiter who brings Nick to Jordan's table to meet for tea after his lunch with Gatsby is the film's director, Baz Luhrmann.
Trivia: Very briefly in the film, you can see a computer wallpaper image with the characters Specs, Tucker and an unknown third man. This third man is actually director James Wan in a small "blink-and-you'll-miss-it" cameo.
Trivia: Early in production, the film was under the working title "Die Hard 24/7", leading many media outlets and fans to speculate that the film was to be a crossover with another popular Fox property- the television series "24." (An unnamed studio insider even told a popular movie-reporting site that Fox had been tinkering with the idea very early in production to try and shake-up and revitalize both franchises.) The title and concept of the film were subsequently changed.