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  • Whether it's pulse-pounding action or gut-wrenching drama, movies only succeed if they keep audiences

  • glued to what they're putting in the spotlight. At least, that's the plan. But what happens

  • when a movie's best jokes, weirdest scenes, or wittiest references are being made where

  • nobody should be looking? Here are Screen Rant's 10 Hilarious Details Hidden In The

  • Background Of Movies.

  • Mr. Nanny (New Line Cinema

  • Our list proves that a background actor or extra can give a movie something special,

  • but when Hulk Hogan's adventure in babysitting ends, there's only one thing viewers will

  • ask: was that guy throwing his dog into a lake? The inexplicable background detail has

  • become a cult favorite, when Hulk's motorcycle montage features, with no explanation, a man

  • tossing his pet into the water. The dog seems more surprised and confused than actually

  • bothered - it's a dog, after all - but was it planned? Was the man an actor, or was it

  • a total coincidence? The questions have lasted longer than the Hulkster's career, meaning

  • that dog at least deserves a supporting creditand don’t worry no dogs were harmed during

  • the filming of Mr. Nanny!

  • Despicable Me (Universal)

  • The yellow minions of this movie series were runaway hits, scoring their own film and too

  • many products to count. But did you know that minions can get a little romantic when no

  • one's watching? When Gru and his gang are celebrating a year of supervillainy, one minion

  • gets so excited, he can't help but plant a passionate kiss on his coworker. It went over

  • pretty well. When their rocket makes it to the moon later in the movie, the kisser becomes

  • the kissee - with the romanced minion returning the favor.

  • Star Wars (Lucasfilm)

  • You have to hand it to Boba Fett: he's only on screen for a minute or two of the original

  • Star Wars trilogy, but still just as famous as Darth Vader or his stormtroopers. But most

  • fans don't realize the bounty hunter's death is meant to make Boba Fett the butt of one

  • of the trilogy's best slapstick gags. They'll remember Han Solo activating Fett's jet pack

  • by accident, sending him into the Sarlacc, but Luke's lightsaber fight usually distracts

  • fans from the ice cold killer hilariously flailing through the air across the frame.

  • Making his reputation as a no-nonsense assassin even funnier.

  • Jurassic Park (Universal)

  • It's impossible to forget the moment that Spielberg's massive T-Rex was revealed, changing

  • movie history along with it. But aside from CG, the practical puppet of the dinosaur helped

  • bring the creature to life - especially as it chowed down on a goat. We all know that

  • the T-Rex was just movie magic, but the scene itself breaks the illusion a few times. The

  • best example? When the T-Rex throws its head back to swallow the goat whole, and the camera

  • follows: revealing the sprinkler head spraying directly onto the puppet (1:03:14). No wonder

  • he was so angry.

  • Year One (Columbia Pictures

  • The final film from Ghostbusters creator Harold Ramis wasn't a big hit with critics or audiences,

  • but the caveman comedy managed to sneak one of its best jokes into the background. While

  • the heroes carry out a scene in front of the camera, a background character seems to be

  • getting.... familiar with a goat (but not exactly the way you'd expect). It's the actor's

  • excitement and silent cheer as the other extras look on that seals the joke, even if most

  • viewers will miss it completely.

  • The LEGO Movie (Warner Bros.)

  • The world of LEGO can take you anywhere, but when it comes to food, the toys have been

  • limited. Croissants and sausages are two of the most popular solutions, since they actually

  • fit the LEGO figures hands. In the LEGO Movie, the filmmakers couldn't help themselves from

  • making a joke with that in mind. When the movie's heroes smash into a train in the Old

  • West, keep an eye on the last pig on board. The heroes land on the train, but the pig

  • smashes into the ground. Bursting into a cloud of sausages. More proof that no one ever really

  • dies in a world where everything is awesome.

  • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Paramount)

  • Who can make the world taste good? The Candy Man can! That's according to an early song

  • in this kids' classic, delivered with handfuls of candy by a candy store owner. You can tell

  • it's only a movie when he lets the kids help themselves to the treats behind the counter,

  • but for one girl, things get VERY real. In hindsight, she probably shouldn't have been

  • resting her head on the counter knowing it was going to be opened, but seeing her drilled

  • in the chin - and it somehow being the best take - is just one more reason to watch it

  • all over again.

  • The Last Samurai (Warner Bros

  • It's a proven fact that animals in Hollywood are unpredictable, and the more serious a

  • scene, the more trouble they'll cause. You might have caught this one in our other video

  • entitled Biggest Movie Mistakes You Missed but we just couldn’t leave it out! Fans

  • of Tom Cruise's Last Samurai will forever wonder how they could have missed this unscripted

  • moment from the hero's horse, proving that bullets and bombs weren't the only things

  • Samurai had to worry about. Apparently Tom Cruise wasn't as gifted a rider as his horse

  • seemed to think, with a poor extra taking the punishment.

  • Everything Must Go (Lionsgate

  • It's a shame this Will Ferrell dramedy wasn't a blockbuster hit, since even more people

  • could have witnessed one of the weirdest background movie moments ever. When Ferrell's character

  • visits a high school friend, they carry on their scene as her children play in the front

  • yard. But when the kids appear in the background completely motionless, it's impossible to

  • look away. The young actors were probably told not to be distracting and keep still,

  • but the result has viewers wondering if they've suddenly stumbled into an unsettling horror

  • movie.

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Paramount

  • Everyone knows that the infamous gun vs sword showdown in the first Indiana Jones adventure

  • wasn't entirely planned, with Harrison Ford's illness seeing the extended fight cut for

  • a quick gag. But the inside joke means viewers might miss the other gem of the scene: the

  • world's laziest butcher over Indy's shoulder. Sure, hammering a butchers knife in the background

  • of a scene would be distracting, or even dangerous. But the weak chops the extra settled on are

  • distracting in an even better way.

  • Those are the best jokes and details we could find hidden in the background of our favorite

  • movies, but which ones have we missed? Be sure to tell us in the comments, and remember

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