• While filming Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone asked Dolph Lundgren to try to knock him out for real. Lundgren hit him so hard that he was sent to the hospital and was in the ICU for 9 days.
    While filming Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone asked Dolph Lundgren to try to knock him out for real. Lundgren hit him so hard that he was sent to the hospital and was in the ICU for 9 days.
  • The actor who played the farmer in the movie `Babe` decided to go vegan after working closely with the `extraordinary animals` in the film.
    The actor who played the farmer in the movie "Babe" decided to go vegan after working closely with the "extraordinary animals" in the film.
  • `Tom and Jerry` was a British slang term from the 1800's, meaning `to fight and cause trouble`.
    "Tom and Jerry" was a British slang term from the 1800's, meaning "to fight and cause trouble".
  • The movie "Saw" had a budget of $1.2 million and a revenue of $103 million.
  • Beyonce Knowles' debut album `Dangerously in Love` earned her five Grammys.
    Beyonce Knowles' debut album "Dangerously in Love" earned her five Grammys.
  • Mary Gibbs (voice of Boo in Monsters Inc.) was too young to sit to record her lines, so they followed her around with a mike.
    Mary Gibbs (voice of Boo in Monsters Inc.) was too young to sit to record her lines, so they followed her around with a mike.
  • There was a dance epidemic in 1518 (during the Roman Empire) where some people danced for 6 days straight and died.
  • 'Finding Nemo' is the best-selling DVD of all time.
  • Due to the scarcity of metale, the Oscars given out during World War II were made of wood.
  • The Three Musketeers author, Alexandre Dumas may not have had the option of many typewriters, but that didn't mean he couldn't keep his writing genres separate. He followed a routine of colour-blocking his creative writing, using pink paper for non-fiction, blue for fiction and yellow for poetry.
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