Best sci-fi movie trivia of 1995

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Trivia: In the scene near the end of the movie, there is a board meeting on the tarmac. The Chairman of the Board is Stephen King who is the author of The Langoliers. (02:10:15)

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Trivia: Ron Perlman doesn't speak French and was the only American on set. But he learned all of his lines, and delivered them without error.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie picture

Trivia: When he was cast as Ivan Ooze, Paul Freeman admitted he had never heard of the Power Rangers before.

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Trivia: The Alien Design for Sil was done by H.R Giger, the same man who designed the Xenomorph in the Alien movies.

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Trivia: Prior to "Titantic" (1997), "Waterworld" was the most expensive movie (at $175 million) ever produced.

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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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Trivia: James Earl Jones provided the opening narration.

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Trivia: Rapper Jeriko One's name is a reference to an Israeli missile.

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Trivia: The director chose Bruce Willis for the part for his ability to bring certain emotional themes into the diehard movie. He wanted that, but he also made a list of "Bruce Willis Cliches" he didn't want in the movie, including the "Iron Blue stare"

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Trivia: Executive Producer Sam Raimi reportedly told co-star Larry Drake that despite his character Durant being killed off a second time at the end of this film, there were plans to bring him back in a later installment once again. Essentially, Durant would become Darkman's version of the Joker or the Green Goblin- a recurring arch-nemesis that never "truly" dies, and is always brought back to life one way or another. Unfortunately, after the release of the third film, no further sequels were commissioned, so this idea never came to be.

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