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8th May 2019

Logan (2017)

New this month Trivia: Spoiler! At the end of the movie, when the children bury Logan, one of them can be seen holding a Wolverine toy. It is a toy of Wolverine in the yellow suit, which is how he appeared in the comic books.

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New this month Trivia: Apocalypse's followers are referred to as The Four Horsemen in the comic, and there is also a brief mention of it in the movie (when Charles and Alex go to see Moira). The song playing when apocalypse goes to recruit Angel is "The Four Horsemen", by Metallica.

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New this month Trivia: At the end of the movie, when Erik and Charles are saying their goodbyes, Erik asks Charles "Does it ever keep you up at night, the feeling one day they will come for you and your children", to which Charles replies "Yes it does, and I feel a great swell of pity for the poor soul who comes looking for trouble at my school." They have the same conversation, almost word-for-word, at the end of the original X-Men.

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15th Mar 2019

Made (2001)

Trivia: Ricky and Bobby go to a place with a sign that says "Luna Restaurant 112" to meet Sean Combs' character. 112 is the name of an R&B group, who got their start by signing with Sean Combs' Bad Boy label.

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7th Feb 2019

Heroes (2006)

Season 1 generally

Trivia: All of Season 1 is shot in Los Angeles, and surrounding areas. When you see skylines of popular cities like Las Vegas and New York, they are digitally added in post-production. Even the shot of Hiro when he first teleports to Times Square was done in Los Angeles using a green screen.

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6th Feb 2019

Heroes (2006)

Collision - S1-E4

Trivia: After Hiro and Ando are in Vegas using Hiro's abilities to "cheat" at gambling, they are riding an escalator dressed in identical suits. This is an homage to Rain Man, when Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman are in Vegas, also using a special ability to gain the upper hand in gambling, and are also in identical suits on the escalator.

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6th Feb 2019

Heroes (2006)

Season 1 generally

Trivia: On the floor of Isaac's loft, the painting of the New York explosion was originally done in black and white. The pilot episode and a couple others where shot with the black and white floor. The color was added in post-production. After a couple of episodes of them having to digitally add color, and realizing they would be shooting in Isaac's loft a lot, the producers finally decided to have the floor painted to save time and production costs.

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27th Dec 2018

Talk Radio (1988)

Talk Radio mistake picture

Deliberate mistake: When Barry is on the phone with Kent for the 2nd time (right before Barry invites Kent to the station), we see Dan (Alec Baldwin) in the booth trying to get Barry to hang up on Kent. Dan holds up a sign that says "dump HIM." Problem is, we are looking at a reflection of the sign, so the sign was actually written backwards, as a mirror image.

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27th Dec 2018

Talk Radio (1988)

Trivia: On the second night of the show, Kent calls back. He chats with Barry, then asks to come to the station. The very next caller is a guy named Joe, who says that Kent "needs a good bust in the chops." Joe also threatens to come to the station with harmful intent. Both callers are portrayed by the same actor.

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Trivia: C-3PO from Star Wars makes a cameo, and he is voiced by Anthony Daniels, the same actor who has played C-3PO in all of the Star Wars movies.

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Trivia: All of the classic Disney Princesses (Jasmine, Cinderella, Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, etc) have a cameo. Cinderella and Snow White were recast, as their original actors are deceased. They also recast Aurora, as the lady who voiced her had long since retired. All of the other princesses featured were voiced by their original actors.

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16th Nov 2018

Daredevil (2015)

Resurrection - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: When Matt is recovering in the orphanage, his bandages around his torso keep changing position. They go from just barely below his nipples, to covering them completely, to way below them in the same scene.

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11th Oct 2018

Jackie Brown (1997)

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene towards the end of the movie when Louis is explaining to Ordell what happened to Melanie, they are riding in a van. Several times during this scene, if you look out Ordell's window, you can see the trailer that the van is riding on (as well as the lighting/camera equipment used) in the reflection of many of the storefront windows.

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Trivia: When Han and Chewbacca are introducing themselves to one another, Han says "Chewbacca" for the first and only time in the franchise. He never refers to him by that name again in any of the other Star Wars movies.

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Other mistake: Director Krennic is shorter than Tarkin in their scene together. Krennic comes up to Tarkin's ears at best. Krennic is also shown to be about the same amount shorter than Darth Vader, roughly coming up to Vader's ears as well. But as shown in A New Hope, Tarkin is considerably shorter than Darth Vader. So by what was shown in A New Hope, Krennic should be much shorter, perhaps coming up to Vader's chest.

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Trivia: Anthony Daniels once again portrays C-3P0, making him the only actor to appear in all 8 episodes. He also plays C-3P0 for a brief cameo in Rogue One.

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20th Jun 2017

Cars 3 (2017)

Trivia: When Cruise brings the mobile simulator to the beach, it makes the classic Apple startup sound that Mac computers make. Apple founder Steve Jobs funded Pixar in its early days and was a major reason for the company's success. The same sound can also be heard in Pixar's Wall-E.

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10th Jun 2015

Hitch (2005)

Trivia: Robinne Lee plays a past lover of Hitch, who we only see in flashbacks. The same actress is also in the movie Seven Pounds, and again plays a past lover of a Will Smith character, and again is only seen in flashbacks.

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14th May 2015

48 Hours (1982)

Trivia: Sonny Landham plays Billy. He meets his end when he is faced with an opponent who out matches him. But right before he does, he bravely takes out a large knife and decides to challenge his opponent anyway, coming to a rather quick demise. In the movie Predator, Sonny Landham again plays a character named Billy, who meets his demise in a very similar fashion. Shirtless and brave again, he brandishes what appears to be the same large knife to challenge an opponent who has the upper hand. And loses again.

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