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Trivia: Amanda Waller operates out of the "John F. Ostrander Federal Building." John Ostrander is the comic book writer who reinvented the Suicide Squad using the concept of a supervillain team forced to do the government's bidding. The Suicide Squad title was originally a World War II comic, akin to the Dirty Dozen.

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Trivia: The bulk of the story takes place in Midway City, which in the comics, is home to Hawkman and Hawkgirl.

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Trivia: Fleetingly visible on screen among Harley Quinn's bio-data is the phrase "accomplice to the murder of Robin." In the comics, Jason Todd, the second Robin, was killed by the Joker - this took place before the character of Harley Quinn was created.

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Trivia: While he's only referred to as "Rick Flag", the character is actually Rick Flag Jr. - in the original Suicide Squad comics, Rick Flag Sr. Was the leader of the first Suicide Squad, a Dirty Dozen-style commando team operating during World War II.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Ava shoots Damien, she has no bra under her sheer nightgown in one shot and then has one when she goes to the window in the next.

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7th Jul 2013

The Mummy (1999)

Trivia: The location name "Fort Brydon" comes from the character "Colonel Brydon" who appeared in Stephen Sommers' earlier movie The Jungle Book, played by Sam Neill.

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19th Nov 2010

Unstoppable (2010)

Continuity mistake: Colson is blasted in the face with grain when the train car carrying the grain explodes, and his hair is blown about. When he goes back into the cockpit of the locomotive, there is no grain on him and his hair is neat.

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31st Jul 2010

Inception (2010)

Trivia: The song that is played to wake everyone up is Edith Piaf's "Non, je ne regrette rien". Marion Cottillard (Mal) played Piaf in the biopic La Vie En Rose and won an Oscar for it.

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25th Jul 2010

Toy Story 3 (2010)

Trivia: Ken is based upon "Animal Lovin' Ken", who came with a pet chimpanzee, and Barbie is based on "Great Shape Barbie", who wore a leotard and leg warmers as a workout outfit.

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Trivia: Lyricist Howard Ashman's suggestion to the voice actress of Belle (Paige O'Hara) was "Streisand". As such, Belle's singing voice is somewhat reminiscent of Barbra Streisand's.

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Revealing mistake: When Alejandro cuts off the shoulder of Elena's dress during their sword fight, the dress dips below Elena's nipple, and we can see a pastie covering it.

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Trivia: Before marrying "Doyle", Marilyn says she wants to erase every suspicion from his mind, a reference to the Elvis song "Suspicious Minds" that is used during the title sequence.

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Trivia: Perry White prepares two headlines, one if Superman dies and one if he survives. The second, "Superman Lives", was also the title for a proposed Superman film that failed to materialise.

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Trivia: Bryan Singer claimed he would not make the film if he could not have access to John Williams' Superman themes.

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Trivia: Interior shots of the 777 were filmed in the largest gimbal ever constructed (up to the time). A gimbal rig is like a motion simulator, the platform can pitch and yaw to simulate the movement of the plane.

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22nd May 2010

Iron Man 2 (2010)

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Trivia: The late DJ Adam Goldstein appears as himself in the movie during Stark's party. The film is dedicated to his memory.

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20th May 2010

Iron Man 2 (2010)

Trivia: In the comics, Justin Hammer is an elderly man whose appearance is based on actor Peter Cushing and who is named for the Hammer Horror films in which Cushing appeared.

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12th May 2010

Iron Man 2 (2010)

Trivia: Emily Blunt was originally cast as Black Widow, but scheduling conflicts with Gulliver's Travels caused her to pull out.

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3rd May 2010

Hellboy (2004)

Trivia: Hellboy comics creator Mike Mignola is given a mention several times in the film, including the "Mignola Plaza" apartment complex seen in Liz's flashback, as well as the name "Mike Mignola" in Russian on a tombstone in the cemetery scene.

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Trivia: The poster outside the elevator in the Louvre advertising the Caravaggio exhibit features Caravaggio's "The Boy in the Well", referencing the incident in Langdon's childhood.

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