Mad about movie easter eggs and fun facts? This Tiktok account is the one to follow

Published January 19, 2021, 6:23 PM

by John Legaspi

Film buffs will definitely enjoy its contents

You can say that a film is great just by having the thought of researching everything about it as soon as the credits roll out. Hence, the millions of “what you missed,” “easter eggs you didn’t see,” and fun facts stories published online to get every film buff on the dot of what happened in every scene and what it took to bring it to life. 

If you’re that kind of a cinephile, we’ve found a treasure in Tiktok that is worthy of a follow. Hidden Movie Details posts 60-second videos of facts, behind the scenes stories, and more about fan-favorite movies. 

Managed by video game creator Hunter A Clark, Hidden Movies Details brings new movie information, from cult classic and animation to modern pop culture features, some of it we haven’t even noticed or read yet.

Here are some interesting ones we’ve seen so far.

Still from Spider-man: Homecoming

In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), in the scene when Peter (Tom Holland) and his classmates are watching Captain America (Chris Evans) teaching them about fitness, we can see MJ (Zendaya) reading a book titled The Human Bondage, which is about an orphan boy who was sent to live with his aunt and uncle. Sounds familiar, right? Watch it here.

Still from Interstellar

There’s a ticking clock sound you can hear in the movie Interstellar (2014) in the scene where Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and Brand (Anne Hathaway) landed on Miller’s planet. The clock ticks ever 1.25 seconds, explaining that every hour spent on the planet is seven years on Earth. Watch it here

Still from Cloverfield

If you play both Cloverfield Paradox (2018) and Cloverfield (2008) movies at the same time, the timestamp of when the particle accelerator fires in Paradox is the same as the monster’s appearance in the original movie, which links the two universes. Watch it here.

Still from The Dark Knight Rises

In The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Bruce (Christian Bale) attends a masquerade ball without a mask, because he believes Batman is his true identity, and him being Bruce is the mask he uses to conceal it. Watch it here.

Still from Mulan

It is only in the first half of the animated film Mulan (1998) that uses musical numbers. The last song played in the movie is “A Girl Worth Fight For,” which abruptly ends when the characters saw the town they were supposed to protect has been destroyed, echoing a shift in the film’s tone. Watch it here

See more of these on Hidden Movie Details on Tiktok.