Tricia Webster

Trivia: SPOILER! Don't leave at the end of the movie when the credits are rolling - there is a juicy tidbit involving the Volturi that you don't want to miss.

Tricia Webster Premium member

25th Aug 2011

The Help (2011)

Trivia: Kathryn Stockett's (the author)book which this film The Help is based on was rejected 60 times before it was eventually published.

Tricia Webster Premium member

Trivia: Caesar was the first to acquire speech and say NO to Tom Felton when he was beating him in the primate exhibit with the taser. This was also a tribute to the Escape of the Planet of the Apes movie that describes the gorilla General Aldo as the first ape to acquire the power of speech—and the first to say "No!" to his human captors.

Tricia Webster Premium member

Trivia: Don't leave when the credits roll. There is a scary snippet you don't want to miss.

Tricia Webster Premium member

29th Jul 2011

Leverage (2008)

Captain America: The First Avenger trivia picture

Trivia: Stan Lee cameo: When Captain America did not come out for one of his shows, a short man came out to tell the announcer he would not be appearing. Stan Lee says "I thought he would be taller."

Tricia Webster Premium member

14th Jul 2011

True Blood (2008)

Trivia: Stay until all credits roll. There is a clip with Penelope Cruz you don't want to miss. (02:15:35)

Tricia Webster Premium member

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Suggested correction: It's already common knowledge that ALL the Pirate's movies have a bonus scene after the credits. This doesn't count as trivia.

And how do things become "common" knowledge? By being listed somewhere such that people who don't know things can discover them. By your reasoning no trivia should ever be listed anywhere, because everyone should know it all already.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Actually, just because something may seem common to your or I, it might not be common knowledge to someone else.

Ssiscool Premium member

13th May 2011

Bridesmaids (2011)

Revealing mistake: Toward the end of the movie Miss Price has done the 5 word spell to animate the objects. When the sword "knocks on the Miss Price's door", the strings are visible on the front of the sword.

Tricia Webster Premium member

7th Apr 2011

Source Code (2011)

15th Feb 2011

Devil (2010)

Trivia: All five characters who get on the elevator have the color red in common: the Mechanic's satchel, the Old Woman's hair, the Young Woman's nails, the insignia on the Guard's uniform and the Salesman's tie are all red. M. Night Shyamalan is known for having red as a prominent feature in his films.

Tricia Webster Premium member

7th Aug 2010

The Other Guys (2010)

25th Jul 2010

Salt (2010)

Trivia: The movie was originally scripted with a male lead and Tom Cruise was approached to play the title character. Ultimately, he backed out and the script was rewritten with a female lead and Angelina Jolie took the role.

Tricia Webster Premium member

Trivia: The CGI wolves have no genitalia in the Eclipse movie because they needed to maintain the PG-13 rating.

Tricia Webster Premium member

Trivia: Shia Labeouf did a lot of research with real financial traders in order to prepare for his role. He also made money ($389,000) on his investments based on what he learned.

Tricia Webster Premium member

30th Jun 2010

Toy Story 3 (2010)

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