Fun Film Fact Friday!

Fun Film Fact Friday!

If you’re anything like me, when you watched The Matrix, you assumed that the green stringy things were some advanced level of code. Maybe a complicated algorithm. If that’s true, then I’m about to burst your bubble and possibly ruin your Friday. The reality is that a production designer scanned symbols from his wife’s sushi…

Fun Fact Friday!

Fun Fact Friday!

You may not have seen the 1992 iconic horror film, Candyman, but no doubt you’ve at least heard of the bee scene, where approximately 200,000 living bees were used. In that scene, the bees coming out of Candyman’s mouth and chest are real, and apparently, Tony Todd was paid $1,000 for each sting he received!…

Fun Film Fact Friday!

Fun Film Fact Friday!

Don Corleone wasn’t always supposed to be stroking a cat during his tete a tete with Bonasera. Rather, director Francis Ford Coppola spotted the animal on the set and decided to include it in the scene.“The cat in Marlon [Brando]’s hands was not planned for,” Coppola said according to Time. “I saw the cat running…

Fun Fact Friday
|

Fun Fact Friday

The Roundhay Garden Scene was the very first moving picture, and was produced in 1888. The French inventor, Louis Le Prince, filmed his family prancing around in a circle in an extraordinary two second clip. It might not seem like much now, but that innovation is what lead to the commercialized cameras and motion pictures…