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10 Movies That Secretly Hid Spoilers Inside The Movie Themselves

Video: It’s always a nice wink at an unknowing audience when a movie reveals a huge spoiler during the movie itself. It’s harmless fun that most people don’t even catch because they don’t know enough about what’s happening in the movie yet. But on future watches it gives a little extra chuckle layer for people to enjoy.

Seeing The Most Infamous Super Villains In Movie History Smile Is So Twisted

Video: Villains from movies come in all shapes, colours, quirks and motivations, but they all have one thing in common: their smile. They all smile that same maniacal howl where they’re in a joke that no one else is on. It’s proof that they see the world completely different from the rest of us. It’s that crazy darkness that pushes them. And to watch all these super villains from movies smile that same smile one after the other in this video by Semih Okmn, it’s almost sickening to see (even though we know it’s fake, duh).

Wild 'Zola' Twitter Saga Will Soon Be A Movie Directed By James Franco

OK, the movie will actually be based off the Rolling Stone article that brought said Twitter saga to the world’s attention, but still — this is absolutely going to be the first film inspired by 148 tweets about a road trip involving Hooters, the “queen of hoeism”, a pimp, an exotic dancer and a plunge from a fourth-storey window.

The 10 Best Closing Scenes In Film History

Video: CineFix did a pretty solid job in creating a list for the best opening shots in movie history so its fitting that they would try and do something even harder, making the 10 best closing shots in movie history. If you’ve watched movies in your life, you should already know what will pop up on this sort of list and hopefully you’ll be reminded of some films you’ve forgotten or some you didn’t even realise ended so great.

Relive Memorable Movie Scene Munchies Through This Scratch And Sniff Book

Movies and food will forever be intertwined — just try and imagine a trip to the theatre without a tub of popcorn or a box of gummy bears. Some of Hollywood’s most memorable scenes involve food too, which you can now relive — at least through their smells — with this new scratch and sniff book.

What's New On Stan In February?

Known for its unique and local content, Stan has some pretty sweet TV and movie titles hitting the streaming service in the next month. Here are some of the highlights.

Coming Soon: Sci-Fi Movie And TV News

Welcome to Gizmodo’s new regular Monday run down of what’s coming soon in the world of science fiction entertainment. This week: Netflix gets new content, Harry Potter’s universe expands and Jurassic World dinos look odd before SFX.

10 Amazing Movies That Should Have Been Made That You Never Got To See

Video: Imagine John Lennon as Gollum, Paul McCartney as Frodo, Ringo as Sam and George Harrison as Gandalf. Oh, and Stanley Kubrick directing. Yes, The Beatles in The Lord of the Rings. That was was a movie that could have happened that we never got to see. Also, Darren Aronofsky doing Batman: Year One and Tim Burton directing Nicolas Cage as Superman. Also things that were planned by the movie studios but never happened! Here’s a list of movies that never got made and which Screen Rant wishes they got to see.

The Extreme Close Up Shots From David Fincher Movies (NSFW)

Video: David Fincher is an amazing director with a unique vision of the world. He makes films that everyone wants to see, his talent and skill are obvious and his restraint might be what sets him apart. Here’s a look at the extreme close up shots of Fincher, he doesn’t utilise them in the same way as other directors but does so in his own unique way.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Summarised In A Hilariously Crude 60-Second Animation

Video: If you haven’t seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens yet, why bother? Just troll the entire world by saying you were too busy or that Star Wars is just OK or that you’re totally fine with missing out on whatever silly pop culture thing takes over the world for a few minutes every year. Just watch this hilarious speedrun drawing of the movie by 1A4 Studio instead. It’s basically all you need. Who needs the special effects?

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