Frequent movie-goers probably noticed that the speed of story development in movies has significantly increased. Currently, an average movie contains up to 3,000 shots, each of which lasts from 2 to 10 seconds. By the way, this helps the film directors hide different Easter eggs and add insignificant details that 99.8% of viewers will miss.
Here we have found the 0.2% of viewers who are attentive enough to notice anything that has been hidden. We don’t know how they do it. Maybe they watch the same movie 100 times and pause it every second. Whatever they’re doing, their results are really impressive.
- Jim Carrey’s character in The Truman Show takes vitamin D for breakfast. Usually people take it when they have sunlight deficiency. And, as we know, Truman didn’t have sunshine because his city was just a movie set. This is one of the keys to solving this riddle.
- In the animated horror movie, Coraline, Mr. Bobinsky is wearing the Russian Hero Medal for Service at the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster. It says “Participant in the Clean-up Campaign.”
- The dog who John Wick adopted at the end of the first movie was planned to be put down. So, it turns out that he saved it.