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Trivia: To fit the "Friday the 13th" theme, there are going to be thirteen kills in the movie. Producer Brad Fuller quoted "To me it seemed like a big number because we were shooting for forty days and that's basically a kill every two and a half days. It was surprising how much work it was to kill thirteen people!"

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Trivia: It took the producers roughly a year to secure all rights so that they could have full use of everything Friday the 13th related (locations, characters, title). This is due to the fact that there were at least three parties who had different secured rights to certain areas of the franchise; with Paramount having rights to the original films they produced and New Line who has bought aspects of the series to create their three films. Eventually all issues were resolved and all parties came together to co-produce the movie.

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Trivia: In an official interview, producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form decided they wanted to keep the background of Jason and his killing motives to a minimum - a lesson they said they learned when they made the second Chainsaw Massacre. Fuller quoted "This is not an origin movie. We didn't want to spend a tremendous amount of time showing him being ostracized so you see why he's killing. I think that demystifies it in a way that doesn't help."

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Trivia: Photography for Friday the 13th (2009) was wrapped on June - Friday the 13th - 2008.

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3rd Feb 2009

Lizzie McGuire (2001)

Rated Aargh - S1-E18

Trivia: When Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo are discussing movies and talking about seeing the R-rated movie, Miranda says "I can't stand watching another movie about a talking pig!" Lalaine, who plays Miranda, provided additional voices for both Babe and Babe: Pig in the City.

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3rd Feb 2009

Lizzie McGuire (2001)

Rated Aargh - S1-E18

Trivia: When Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo enter the cinema to watch "Vesuvius: The Eruption" if you looks closely at the poster for the movie behind them, you can see it has "A Stan Rogow Film" printed near the bottom. Stan Rogow is an executive producer of the show Lizzie McGuire.

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22nd Jan 2009

Will & Grace (1998)

Steams Like Old Times - S8-E4

Trivia: If you look closely at the paper that Grace gives Clyde to use as a scoring card, it is actually a takeaway menu - for Happy Noodle. If you remember back to Series 6, in the episode "A Gay/December Romance", Happy Noodle is the plot point for the episode; in which Grace tries to boycott the restaurant but ends up becoming addicted to their food.

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Trivia: In the original trailer, the man speaks of how "Jennifer Hill murders five men," even though she only gets revenge on four men.

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14th Jan 2007

Congo (1995)

Trivia: According to Frank Marshall, the diamonds used in the movie were borrowed from Herkimer Diamond Mines in New York. However at the end of the movie, a diamond is thrown out of the balloon. This diamond actually ended up being lost and never found.

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14th Jan 2007

Congo (1995)

Trivia: According to Frank Marshall, the Amy suit was apparently so convincing, that many viewers thought it was a trained gorilla, and were amazed as to how the Amy scenes were accomplished, frequently asking Frank how he managed to train a gorilla so well.

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12th Nov 2006

The Waterboy (1998)

Trivia: Director Frank Coraci has a cameo playing Bobby's father in the movie.

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Trivia: George A. Romero wrote the screenplay for the segment "Cat From Hell," so director John Harrison put two references to Romero's work into this film as a kind of payment. In "Lot 249" when Lee is lying on the couch and the TV is on, it is playing Dawn of the Dead. Later on in the film, in "Cat from Hell," Halston is shown watching the Vampire classic, Martin, directed by Romero. (00:18:30 - 00:52:30)

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4th Sep 2006

Will & Grace (1998)

The Truth About Will & Dogs - S1-E10

Trivia: The guy at the movie theater reminds Will that they met at Jon Kinnally's party. Jon Kinnally is a writer/producer on the series.

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4th Sep 2006

Will & Grace (1998)

Object of My Rejection - S1-E22

Trivia: Steve Sandoval, who appeared as a janitor, is the show's stage manager.

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Trivia: Jensen Daggett was genuinely terrified when actor Kane Hodder pulled her towards him, through the porthole. This is because a huge shard of glass was right by her throat and Kane was unknowingly pulling her toward it. You can see the frightened look on her face. (00:53:25)

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Trivia: One critic was so angry at Betsy Palmer's role in the movie (which had angered many of her fans), that he published her address in his magazine, and encouraged people to write her and protest her. He published the wrong address.

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Trivia: The movie ends with a shot of Mrs. Voorhees old wrinkled head on Jason's shrine. Originally her head was supposed to open its eyes, and smile. Steve Miner comments on commentary how he decided to get rid of the idea, as he felt it would make the movie come across as more cheap and hokey than normal.

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19th May 2006

Child's Play (1988)

Trivia: Original writer Don Mancini stated in an interview that his original script toyed with the audience a bit longer, making them wonder if young Andy was the killer rather than Chucky.

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19th May 2006

Child's Play (1988)

Trivia: The babysitter's death scene originally had her being electrocuted while taking a bath. The scene was used later in Bride of Chucky.

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Beauty and the Beast mistake picture

Trivia: When Gaston is falling from the castle-top at the end, there is closeup of his eyes. For a brief moment, in a few frames, a tiny grey skull appears in each of his eyes.

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