Best comedy movie trivia of 2010
Trivia: All of the creatures in baby Rapunzel's mobile are referenced later in the movie. The blue bird is the first creature she encounters after leaving the tower (it flies around her head when she sings "completely free"). There is also a white horse (Maximus), a chameleon (Pascal), a yellow duck (The Snuggly Duckling), and a cherub (the old man who dresses like an angel in "I've got a Dream").
Trivia: In the scene after Hiccup finally gets Toothless' new tail fin to work, and the two are relaxing after they fly through the fire ball, the two are greeted by a group of tiny dragons. This little dragon was actually what Toothless was originally going to be, as he was in the book, until they changed him to a dragon big enough for Hiccup to ride to suit the movie.
Trivia: When Megamind as Bernard is in the library with Roxanne, the book he is reading ("Megamind Unmasked") has a description on the back of a self-help book entitled "The Happiest Me I Can Be". This is the same book that Metroman read (shown later in flashback) that caused him to decide to cease to be a hero.
Trivia: When the foursome ski down the mountain and are looking around at the oddly dressed people, someone behind John Cusack says, "Hey Lane, you owe me two dollars". This was a nudge to John Cusack, who played Lane Meyers in "Better Off Dead" and was pursued in the snow by a crazed paper boy shouting "Two dollars!"
Trivia: When Colin and Rowley have ice-cream, they never actually finish it. The second the shot cut, the actors handed them to a prop guy who then threw them in the bin. Then when the next shot began the prop guy ran to the closest freezer, which was about 100 metres away, made the ice creams as fast as he could, and ran back and handed them to Colin. This went on for half an hour. Just saying, they could have moved the freezer.
Trivia: When Jackie confesses that he was orphaned and lived in a group home, this is true for both his character and in real life. Jackie's parents gave him up to the Peking Opera House because they could not afford to raise a child. There he learned how to sing and acrobatics along with his "brothers and sisters."