Tag Archive: Trivia


Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Movie Trivia of the Day:

In honor of Judd Apatow‘s Trainwreck and the Paul Rudd-starring Ant-Man both coming out this week, CineFix shares seven things you probably don’t know about The 40-Year-Old Virgin:

Best Superhero Selfie of the Day:

Here’s that selfie taken at Comic-Con of Stan Lee with all… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Looking Back at 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin' Trivia, Bad Practical Special Effects and More

Here’s a fun bit of trivia regarding Star Wars: The Force Awakens: the tiny ball-droid who’s already stolen the hearts of every living soul on the internet was apparently based on early concept art of another famous droid, R2D2. Here’s an image of the two side-by-side, and while the sketch doesn’t look exactly like what’s in the trailer, this is how Star Wars

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Fans of serial-killer cinema have clamored for a sequel to David Fincher’s Se7en for years – and now they might be getting it, albeit in a completely unofficial capacity.

Back in 2011, Moviehole reported that the Colin Farrell and Anthony Hopkins film Solace was at one time contorted into a sequel to the wildly popular 1995 film… Continue reading Trivia: This Upcoming Movie Was Originally Developed As a Sequel to 'Se7en'

At some point between your childhood and today, chain restaurants like TGI Fridays decided to get rid of the flair they had their servers wear. What is flair? Well, remember all those silly buttons waiters and waitresses would wear? Those were called “pieces of flair,” and if you’re familiar with the movie Office Space there’s a great running gag about said flair as it pertains… Continue reading Trivia: Mike Judge Says 'Office Space' Forced TGI Fridays to Eliminate Its Button Flair

We’ve seen a lot of fan-made Star Wars videos in our time, but this one has got to win an award for being–we want to say ambitious, but really it’s just kind of insane. In the following 43-minute video, Tom Murphy VII took all the English words spoken in the first Star Wars movie, then sorted them alphabetically and counted how many times each… Continue reading Trivia: The Word "Lightsaber" Is Only Used Once in the Original 'Star Wars'