Only the Most Eagle-eyed Fans Must Have Noticed These Moments in These Iconic Films – How Many Did You Spot?

Tron – Is That Pac-Man?

When “Tron” first hit theatres in 1982, the film achieved decent success at the box office but garnered a lot of praise. Critics focused on the brilliant performance by lead actor Jeff Bridges and the fantastic visuals in the film. As a result, ”Tron” got several nominations at the Academy Awards the following year.

While the futuristic graphic effects of the movie were captivating, it was something simple that got the viewers’ attention when they first watched the film. A scene in the movie features Pac-Man. The iconic videogame character is seen when Ed Dillinger, played by David Warner, is looking at a complicated computer screen.

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Mary Jane’s Interesting Choice of Book

When “Spider-Man: Homecoming” was released in 2017, the filmmakers kept diversity at the forefront. Mary-Jane Watson, Peter Parker’s red-haired, fair-skinned love interest in the comic books, was now going to be played by Zendaya. Her’s character is introduced as Michelle-Jones Watson, commonly known as MJ. MJ is a cool but reclusive student, with witty remarks sprinkled throughout the movie.

Fans noted that in one scene, she is reading a book called “Of Human Bondage.” Written by W. Somerset Maugham in 1915, it is the autobiography of an orphaned little boy sent to live with his aunt and uncle. Sound familiar?

Jurassic World – A Guy Saving His Drinks From the Attack

When “Jurassic World” was released in 2015, the world had been eagerly waiting. After all, it was the fourth installment of a very successful trilogy. Starring Chris Pratt and Bryan Dallas-Howard, it did not disappoint and earned $1.6 billion in box office revenue and became the second-highest-grossing film of 2015.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed a fun scene in the movie when the pterodactyl attacked people. Before he attempts to run off, a man picks up both of the drinks. The man in question in the film is Jimmy Buffett, owner of Margaritaville. He was in the cast as a favor from producer Frank Marshall, who enjoys a close friendship with him.

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