Naomi. There were two dogs that played the part of Winn-Dixie in the film "Because of Winn-Dixie".
Halloween. Celebrating Halloween makes it possible for E.T. to get out of the house without causing a panic in "E.T.".
Olsen. In the movie "Grease", Sandy's last name is Olsen.
50 Million. As of 2007, this is the only Halloween movie not to feature the character Michael Myers.
Shall We Dance. In the 2004 movie "Shall We Dance", John Clark was played by Richard Gere and Paulina by Jennifer Lopez.
Mr. Aber. Friendly Mr. Aber from "Westwood" has a lead role in one of the creepy stories of "Creepshow".
Valerie Quennessen. The actress who played The Princess retired from acting the year after "Conan the Barbarian" came out.
Basketball. "Semi-Pro" is a 2008 comedy sport film centered around Basketball and starring Will Ferrell and Woody Harrelson.
Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy Fallon was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1974.
Will Ferrell. Actress Amy Sedaris played a role in the movie "Semi-Pro", but her scenes were cut from the final film.
The Fortune Cookie. Walter Matthau was nominated (but did not win) for Academy Awards for "Kotch" and "The Sunshine Boys".
Don Rickles. "Toy Story" was Disney's first venture into computer animation.
Howard Ashman. In addition to writing lyrics for "The Little Mermaid", Howard Ashman wrote lyrics for "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aladdin".
Gandhi. Ben Kingsley's family is from the same Indian state as Gandhi's.
A Cross-Dressing Hula Dance. In "The Lion King", one of the bugs that Timon pulls out of a knothole during "Hakuna Matata" is wearing Mickey Mouse ears.
Manchester by the Sea. "Manchester by the Sea" was nominated for 6 Academy Awards including a Best Actor win for Casey Affleck.
The Cradle Of Life. The Cradle Of Life was the second movie in the Lara Croft series, featuring Angelina Jolie and Gerard Butler.
Lori Petty. Actress Lori Petty has acted in movies like "Tank Girl" and "Point Break".
Her Husband. In the Mouth of Madness is the third film in horror director John Carpenter's Apocalypse Trilogy.
Gena Rowlands. "Gloria" was remade starring Sharon Stone in the title role.