Choreographer. Richard Gere played a gay choreographer in HBO's "And The Band Played On" in 1993.
Hal Jordan. In the comic book series, "The Green Lantern" has had many different alter egos, including Alan Scott and Kyle Rayner.
Mustafa. Chris Kyle stated in his autobiography that he never engaged a sniper called "Mustafa".
The 5th Wave. "The 5th Wave" was filmed in Macon, Georgia.
Cinderella Man. When "Cinderella Man" was released, AMC Theatres offered patrons a money back guarantee if they were unsatisfied with the film.
Barbershop. The 2002 movie "Barbershop" takes place on the south side of Chicago.
Parents. The tagline for the film "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" was "Blasting into Theaters".
47 Meters Down. Out of more than 489 shark species, only three are responsible for a double-digit number of fatal, unprovoked attacks on humans.
Tom. The 2003 version of "Cheaper by the Dozen" is a remake of the 1950 movie of the same name starring Myrna Loy.
Ronto. A ronto was buzzed by a careless swoop rider
Artificial Intelligence: AI. Jude Law is such a fan of the graphic novel "Watchmen" that he has a tattoo of the superhero Rorschach.
Warm Bodies. "Warm Bodies" story is based loosely on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet.
Alex D. Linz. Disney made "Home Alone 4" as a TV movie for the ABC network.
4-LOM And IG-88. 4-lom and IG-88 were the two droids present!
Vulcan. The singer Sting has a cameo appearance in "Adventures of Baron Munchausen".
Casey Siemaszko. "Three O'Clock High" starred Casey Siemaszko as a high school kid who was going to be beaten up after school.
Angelina Jolie. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider'' is a 2001 adventure film directed by Simon West, and stars Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft.
Gary Oldman. "Sid and Nancy" featured an appearance by Courtney Love.
Route 66. One of the racing cars in the movie "Cars" has the Apple logo, reflecting that Pixar used to be owned by Steve Jobs.
Fievel. Fievel, the lead character in "An American Tail", was named after Steven Spielberg's grandfather.