Robert Rodriguez. Machete Kills is a sequel to 2010's "Machete", an expansion of a fake trailer that was included in the 2007 "Grindhouse" double-feature.
Heaven's Gate. Christopher Walken was born in 1943.
12 Years a Slave. The 2013 historical drama film "12 Years a Slave" earned three Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
California's Wine Country. During the filming of "Sideways", three actors got food poisoning from the food they ate in the scene at Miles' mother's house.
Autumn In New York. Richard Gere was banned as an Oscar presenter between 1994 and 2003 after making anti-China comments.
I'm In Love With A Church Girl. Rapper Jeffrey Atkins, better known by his stage name Ja Rule, starred in the 2013 Christian drama film "I'm in Love with a Church Girl".
Jack Traven. Keanu Reeves co-starred with Sandra Bullock and Dennis Hopper in "Speed".
Nostromo. An early draft of the script for the original "Alien" had a male Ripley.
Her Best Friend. When a cheerleader is possessed in "Jennifer's Body", her best friend must kill her to save her.
Joanna. The failure of "The Rescuers Down Under" discouraged Disney from releasing later sequels theatrically.
1944. One tagline for the 2005 film "Valiant" was "Meet the Flockers".
Homefront. Homefront was directed by Gary Fleder and released nationwide in theaters on November 27, 2013.
Colin Farrell. Colin Farrell was born prematurely, weighing 1 pound 6 ounces, in Castleknock, Dublin to Rita and Eamon Farrell.
The Blues Brothers. Aretha Franklin played one of the band members wives in "The Blues Brothers".
Dumbo. Walt Disney's "Dumbo" opened in theaters in 1941.
Tracey Walter. Bob, who tailed reporter Knox and took pictures of Vicki Vale, was played by Tracey Walter.
R2-D2 and C-3P0. C-3P0 and R2-D2 were presented by Luke Skywalker as a present to Jabba in 1983 "Return of the Jedi".
The Hidden Fortress. Before "Star Wars", George Lucas directed "American Graffiti".
Sarah Michelle Gellar. The nameplate necklace Velma wears in "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" reads "Velmalicious".
Martin Sheen. Harvey Keitel was cast in the main role in "Apocalypse Now", but was replaced two weeks into shooting by Martin Sheen.