Many people can’t imagine their lives without films, but only true fans know about the features of the cast, work peculiarities, funny moments, and other little and big secrets.
For example, the first ever 3D film was shot in 1922, a dog called Indiana was Chewbacca’s prototype, and there’s a film that we’ll never see since it won’t be released until 2115.
Bright Side shares some interesting movie facts that you probably didn’t know about.
Prop movie money isn’t allowed to be very realistic.
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This rule varies from one country to another. For example, in the USA, fake cash has to be one-sided. The size also can’t be the same as real money: cash may be less than 75% or more than 150% of the size of a real bill.
The risks of producing money that is too realistic were demonstrated during the filming of the 2001 movie Rush Hour 2 in Vegas. Some people attempted to spend the fake money they caught after the scene of an explosion at a casino.