19 Movie Details Most Viewers Didn’t Notice at All

Many directors love using little details to send secret messages to viewers. These details are referred to as “easter eggs” and finding them in movies is a great pleasure for many movie fans. Thanks to such attentive people, we can tell you which Aladdin character (1992) appeared in Moana (2016), or which ancient item was used as a futuristic-looking tablet in Blade Runner.

1. Zootopia (2016)

In the cartoon, there is a scene where viewers can see a map with photos on it. In the photo on the right part of the map, there is a sad wolf that sits in the park and eats a sandwich. This is a parody of a popular photo of Keanu Reeves.


2. Jaws (1975) and Deep Blue Sea (1999)

At the beginning of the film, Deep Blue Sea, one of the characters throws a license plate on the pier with the same symbols on it as the license plate from Jaws.


3. Cars (2006)

The canyons in this cartoon were made in the shape of retro cars: the hood, the wings, and more.


4. The Pursuit of Happiness (2006)

At the end of this biopic, Christopher Gardner, who is portrayed by Will Smith, walks past the real Christopher Gardner who the movie is based on.


5. The Matrix (1999)

In the scene where Neo comes up to the door, you can see the camera in the polished doorknob that appeared next to the coat and tie. The tie was positioned so that the viewers had the impression it was part of Morpheus’ tie.


6. Gladiator (2000)

In one of the scenes, you can see a guy wearing jeans. He was just walking on the set. But when he saw the camera, he realized his mistake and started moving back. This moment is so obvious in the movie, we couldn’t help but laugh.