Natalie Portman. While attending Harvard University, Natalie Portman was Alan Dershowitz's research assistant.
The Book Thief. The 2013 war drama film "The Book Thief" is a film adaptation of Markus Zusak's 2005 novel of the same name.
Summer Altice. Summer Altice has a pierced tongue, as well as several tattoos.
The Man Village. In the 2003 animated feature "The Jungle Book 2", the voice of Mowgli is provided by Haley Joel Osment.
Wash The Windows. The success of "The Karate Kid" spawned a short-lived animated series, airing on NBC in 1989.
Out of the Furnace. Ridley Scott and Leonardo DiCaprio served as producers for the 2013 thriller film "Out of the Furnace".
Five Days. Vince says specifically that his car was out FIVE DAYS when it was keyed.
Laurence Fishburne. "The Matrix" employed never before used special effects that were specially designed for the movie.
The Piano. Holly Hunter earned a degree in drama from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
Jada Pinkett Smith. "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" was released on November 7, 2008 in the USA.
Pearl Harbor. Tom Sizemore auditioned six times for the part of Mr. Pink in Quentin Tarantino's film "Reservoir Dogs" (1992) but did not get the part.
Pigs. "Spirited Away" was the first film in history to gross $200 million before opening in the United States.
Aragorn. Viggo Mortensen speaks many languages including English, Spanish and Italian.
1979 & 1984. She won in 1979 for "Norma Rae" and in 1984 for "Places In The Heart".
Kill Your Darlings. The 2013 drama film "Kill Your Darlings" is about a murder in 1944 that draws together the great poets of the "Beat Generation".
Steve Alten. Carcharocles megalodon, the shark featured in "The Meg", is an extinct species of shark believed to have lived between 23 to 3.6 million years ago.
Sandman, Green Goblin, Venom. Sandman and Venom are new enemies who appear in the 2007 movie "Spider-Man 3", while Green Goblin appeared in earlier "Spider-Man" movies.
1980s. "Billionaire Boys Club" received the Barry L. Bumstead Award at the 2019 Golden Raspberry Awards for failure in cinematic achievements.
Mrs. Jumbo. The animated Disney classic "Dumbo" grew from an initial idea for a 30-minute featurette.
He Called Her Carrots. In 1985's "Anne of Green Gables", Anne, played by Megan Follows, hated Gilbert for calling her Carrots.