10 curiosidades do mundo do cinema | Nível intermediário
Atualizado: 18 de fev. de 2021
Compilei aqui 10 curiosidades do mundo do cinema. Enjoy!
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1. The true artist of Titanic
Remember the drawing of Rose in Titanic? Well, do you know who made that drawing? Not Leonardo DiCaprio... But the film director, James Cameron! A true artist!
2. Blood? No, chocolate!
In Alfred Hitchcock's movie Psycho, the blood in the famous shower murder scene was made with... Chocolate! The film is black and white, so this works perfectly.
3. The adrenaline shot of Pulp Fiction
In another famous stabbing scene in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, John Travolta is actually pulling the seringue from Uma Thurman's chest. They filmed it backwards and reversed it in the editing.
4. The errors of Armageddon
NASA uses the film Armageddon in their training: new managers have to find as many errors as possible. At least 168 errors so far!
5. Leonardo DiCaprio's real blood
Leonardo DiCaprio accidentally cut his hand in a scene of Django. He ignored it, and continued acting. Quentin Tarantino loved it and used this take in the film. Ouch!
6. Angelina Jolie is scary
Angelina Jolie was so scary as Maleficent that the baby actors all cried when they saw her! The solution was to use little Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, Jolie's real baby daughter.
In Fight Club, Brad Pitt and Edward Norton really learned how to make soap.
8. Almost hanged
In The Mummy, Brendan Fraser nearly died during a scene where his character is hanged.
Nestlé provided 1,850 bars of real chocolate for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
10. Pretty Woman
In the scene where Richard Gere shows Julia Roberts a necklace, the actor improvised and closed the box on Roberts' hand. She laughed. The director loved it and kept the scene in the film.
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A dose of medicine that is given using a seringue.
To stab, stabbed (verb)
To stick a knife into someone.
From the back to the front; from the end to the beginning.
To hang someone, hanged (verb)
To kill someone using a rope attached from above around the neck.