Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Spectacular Movie Facts You Never Knew About Your Favorite Movies.

Behind the scenes of every single movie are little tidbits of unknown facts. For example, did you know that the sound that the velociraptors made in "Jurassic Park" were actually the sound of tortoises mating? Honestly, who came up with that? Anyways, keep scrolling to find out some other really incredible movie facts!

#1. Chris Pratt actually stole his Star-Lord costume from the set of "Guardians of the Galaxy."

But his reasoning for doing so is actually quite beautiful. He wanted the suit to be handy just in case he needed it to visit sick children in the hospital! Talk about a superhero!

Chris Pratt actually stole his Star-Lord costume from the set of "Guardians of the Galaxy."

Guardians of the Galaxy

#2. The budget for "Dallas Buyers Club" was so low that the makeup budget was only $250.

Luckily, the crew was able to make it work! And surprisingly, the makeup and hairstyling team for the movie actually won an Oscar!

The budget for "Dallas Buyers Club" was so low that the makeup budget was only $250.

Dallas Buyers Club

#3. The movie "Armageddon" is so inaccurate that NASA uses it for their management training program.

Students are made to watch the video to point out all of the mistakes in it. So far, at least 160 mistakes have been found!

The movie "Armageddon" is so inaccurate that NASA uses it for their management training program.

Armageddon

#4. "Forrest Gump" was an instant sensation that made over $660 million dollars in ticket sales.

But did you know that "Forrest Gump" didn't get paid a salary for the movie? Instead, he chose to be paid a portion of the revenue, which still brought him a cool $40 million!

"Forrest Gump" was an instant sensation that made over $660 million dollars in ticket sales.

Forrest Gump

#5. When Leonardo DiCaprio was playing Calvin Candie in "Django Unchained," he actually hurt himself in the dining room scene.

As Leo slammed his hand down on the table, he smashed a small glass and actually began to bleed. But being the talented actor that he is, Leonardo stayed in character the entire time and completed the scene. The film's director, Quentin Tarantino, liked the scene so much that he used it in the actual movie.

When Leonardo DiCaprio was playing Calvin Candie in "Django Unchained," he actually hurt himself in the dining room scene.

Django Unchained

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