10 Lies About Famous Movies You Probably Believe

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  • Rhapsody The Blue
    Rhapsody The Blue 4 days ago

    I thought Superman killing Zod worked. It was a origin story film, and killing Zod is where his dislike for killing comes from, especially based on his reaction right after what he did.

  • Caleb Holmes
    Caleb Holmes 6 days ago

    Do some reading

  • TheDakotawolf11
    TheDakotawolf11 6 days ago

    Superman was boxed as the All-American boy scout who loves to save people Batman on the other hand is it dark and hurt individual who doesn't care for anybody and has no attachment to anyone if somebody dies he could care less. Like a cat that sometimes leaves some vermin around for entertainment. He's a black-hearted vigilante.

  • David McMullan
    David McMullan 7 days ago

    How didn't Rickman know? Didn't he read the book?

  • Herpy derp
    Herpy derp 8 days ago

    Rowling never plans a head

  • Grimm
    Grimm 8 days ago

    Don’t you diss Blade Runner you British cuck

  • IHS
    IHS 9 days ago

    The biggest lie: "Interstellar wasn't massively overrated and deserves all the praise it gets".

  • NDK0
    NDK0 9 days ago

    Suoetman kills all the time. The was in internal turmoil because he was (one of) the last of his kind.

  • Daeduluus
    Daeduluus 9 days ago

    actually there was a deleted scene in superman 2 where they showed the police coming to pick them up on snowmobiles lol

  • jb888888888
    jb888888888 10 days ago

    I'm starting to run into a lot of people who think "based on a true story" means "this film accurately presents what actually happened 100%."

  • rozzie101
    rozzie101 10 days ago

    the real Pocahontas was a 12 year old girl. and John Smith was 40 or older. But Disney would have you believe this was a great love story.

  • Dominic Lodge
    Dominic Lodge 11 days ago

    Don’t get me wrong - like the channel - but this list is rubbish.
    No one believes any of these. And even if they did - they’re really boring. 😂

  • Bronoulli
    Bronoulli 17 days ago

    Lmfao @ “Do some reading”

  • Inspiring Puppies
    Inspiring Puppies 19 days ago

    dO SOME READING

  • Marcos Diaz
    Marcos Diaz 20 days ago

    What makes you think Alan Rickman didn't read the books? He probably already knew. The Superman killing one, spot on. I try to explain this to everyone...

  • Nicholas Farrell
    Nicholas Farrell 21 day ago

    Batman's "no killing" wasn't a part of the character at first, and he still breaks it from time to time. I wish more people would realize that.

  • Izkata
    Izkata Month ago

    "Avatar took 10 years to make" is a misstatement of the truth: He waited ~10 years after writing it because he wasn't satisfied with the technology yet.
    And that correction is the only version of it I can ever recall hearing. I think the "famous lie" was made up just to be debunked.

  • Elliot
    Elliot Month ago

    Superman killed Zod in the 90s comic after he destroyed an alternate Earth.

  • david jones
    david jones Month ago

    thats funny ... lies about movies....like some of them are true?

  • Marc Seebass
    Marc Seebass Month ago

    It's not a lie about movies, but how about the whole Disney was a racist lie?

  • ImagineThat
    ImagineThat Month ago +1

    I love a lot of your videos, but you can’t compare the Superman to a previous Superman movie. So this one you have false. The majority of the people Superman killed were in spinoff comics, tv shows, or movies. If you stick to the core comics, and the nature of Superman then you guys and gals are wrong on this one. I don’t think if fair to compare when you are ignoring the core principle.

  • tjsands1118
    tjsands1118 Month ago

    You missed one thing in Titanic. In the scene where Rose is in the ocean on the debris, the stars she's looking at are not the star she would had seen, Neil Degrasse Tyson ppinted this out to Camron amd it was the only thing he changed in the rerelease.

  • lucifer morningstar

    Even in earlier superman comic he would kill some of the bad guys. I have some comics from the golden age of superman (before they made him way more powerful) when he took one of them and flew up in the sky and dropped him into a mountin but I also have issues of batman from then where he killed people

  • Joe Sycamore
    Joe Sycamore Month ago

    Titanic is not historically accurate. The English officer who it is claimed killed an unarmed Irishman is absolute bollocks, it was just the normal bias in Hollywood against the English in favour of the good old Oirish boyo's. This officer saved many lives and never killed anyone. His relatives sued for this misrepresentation of a real hero.

  • All WillDie
    All WillDie Month ago

    Want lies just watch the news.

  • Dammn Deejay
    Dammn Deejay Month ago

    Wildliar had me dead 😂😂

  • Chester J.
    Chester J. 2 months ago

    Brandon Lee put a real bullet in a prop gun.

  • DanielRichards644
    DanielRichards644 2 months ago

    The rumor was never that it physically took 10 years to make Avatar, but that he had the IDEA that long ago and had to wait for technology to catch up to where he could actually make the film, besides 1994 he clearly got the idea from the 1992 Movie FernGully, even the fucking tree they lived in was practically identical and got destroyed, there was not 1 original thought in that whole damn film.

  • DanielRichards644
    DanielRichards644 2 months ago

    how LONG was CREATION and those other Stop Motion films? unless they where 40 minutes or longer they aren't considered to be "Feature Length" and as such Snow White would retain her spot.

  • ordinarylover
    ordinarylover 2 months ago

    10 lies about famous movies you probably never heard of and don't give a shit about

    • Handsome Jack
      Handsome Jack Month ago

      Sure.

    • ordinarylover
      ordinarylover Month ago

      +Handsome Jack That proves I like to make sarcastic comments about stupid video titles, not that I watch them...

    • Handsome Jack
      Handsome Jack 2 months ago

      And yet, here you are.

  • FLYING DREAM PRODUCTIONS

    *Superman had the no-killing rule in the comics DECADES ago. You are WRONG WhatCulture.*

  • Toon Darkmagician
    Toon Darkmagician 2 months ago

    Disney's starwars cough cough and anyways isn't really starwars because Disney's so called starwars isn't based on any actual lure or cannoned materials once so every that means none of Lucas and the other's workers on the franchise plotting and writing the books or the movie lines or even the video games work is not being used because Disney's lies and told Lucas they whould'nt get rid the materials that makes starwars what we all known and loved then turned right around and throwed out all of cannoned content materials and marketing and said it's not cannoned anymore.and fired a bunch of people who originally who worked for Lucas.and Lucas films including those working on video games that got cancelled and those working the merchandise and shows and movies with expection of the iconic fanfavorites cast of acters

  • Jacob Gaskins
    Jacob Gaskins 2 months ago

    Another lie would be Health Ledgers confused motion in the hospital scene wasn’t scripted

  • FRY524
    FRY524 2 months ago

    Literally never heard any of these.

  • Princess Mallow
    Princess Mallow 2 months ago

    Don't forget to like, share, subscribe and do some reading.

  • Big Toe
    Big Toe 2 months ago

    I'm Ray, and I quit with Chantix.

  • 8 bit Adamantium
    8 bit Adamantium 2 months ago

    Superman does have a no killing rule in the comics...

  • Joel Louzy
    Joel Louzy 2 months ago

    Totally on board with everything you said. I have watched Blade runner as a kid. Watching the new one sucked. I didn't remeber the original. I get netflciks, hulu, starz, showtime HBO and Cinemax. When i watched the new blade runner i knew i had to be missing out on something. From what you just said, if i ddin't see the unicorn cuts then even I was lost in the remake.(and i was)

  • Joseph Van Buren
    Joseph Van Buren 2 months ago

    It was a swastika

  • Don Robertson
    Don Robertson 2 months ago

    Casablanca is just a collection of well known quotes and phrases strung together with an improbable storyline.

  • Ay der la
    Ay der la 3 months ago

    who killed there children in starwars? did i miss something? did rose have an abortion?

  • Kyler Klunder
    Kyler Klunder 3 months ago

    Superman just prefers not to kill. He only kills enemies that prove to be to dangerous to let live

    • The Fandom Menace
      The Fandom Menace 3 months ago

      Dr. Manhattan: "Kill, don't kill, what does it matter?"

  • PookaDude42
    PookaDude42 3 months ago

    No King vs Godzilla?

  • Trit ian
    Trit ian 3 months ago

    Optimus Snape, roll out!

  • Fortnite Pro
    Fortnite Pro 3 months ago

    Good

  • Jordan Tomblin
    Jordan Tomblin 3 months ago

    Am I the only one that thinks this guy sounds like Dr. Mobius from Fallout NV?

  • Jon Startop
    Jon Startop 3 months ago +1

    *Planet of the Apes IS Earth even in the novel.* It's implied in the subtext. In travelling lightyears at lightspeed, the crew was right to assume that time around them would pass much faster, but what they miss in both the novel and the film is that there is a vortex along their journey that accidentally leads them back to their own planet.
    In the novel, they leave Time A, cross the vortex once and see Time B where humans are reduced to savagery and apes have taken over. They then cross the vortex a second time and see Time C where apes have built cities, vehicles, and weapons that rival ours in Time A.
    Rod Serling from The Twilight Zone condensed the story for the film so that we discover that he was on Earth the whole time without making the roundtrip, which made for a much better story in my opinion, although the novel is still phenomenal.
    Tim Burton's remake is definitely a different planet as elaborated behind the scenes and in spin-off texts and comics. It's actually the least accurate version.

    • The Fandom Menace
      The Fandom Menace 3 months ago

      Ok, please refer me to an interview with Boulle where he says as much. IIRC Boulle said he liked the movie's twist ending (it being Earth all along) better than his own twist ending (the narrators are actually apes).

    • Breakfast at TiffaNOICE
      Breakfast at TiffaNOICE 3 months ago +1

      +The Fandom Menace you don't know what you're talking about, smh

    • The Fandom Menace
      The Fandom Menace 3 months ago

      All that stuff you just made up?

    • Jon Startop
      Jon Startop 3 months ago +1

      +The Fandom Menace Read it in the original language, or just pay attention to what I said.

    • The Fandom Menace
      The Fandom Menace 3 months ago

      Read the novel again, it is clearly NOT Earth.

  • Diego González
    Diego González 3 months ago

    Bruh, Alan Rickman did know, I swear this channel becomes worse every day

  • littlesmew
    littlesmew 3 months ago

    I'm just off to DO SOME READING.

  • Daniel Mims
    Daniel Mims 3 months ago

    The card in Batman begins was a nod to Batman year one , which the first.was strongly based on

  • Martin Olminkhof
    Martin Olminkhof 3 months ago

    It's that vidiot guy

  • Sam Mills
    Sam Mills 3 months ago

    I don't know why JK Rowling wouldn't have told Alan Rickman in advance, and it's still hard to believe this isn't true. If you look back at the entirety of his performances, it would seem he's playing it as if he knows.

  • The Fandom Menace
    The Fandom Menace 3 months ago

    Rutger Hauer did not make up the entire “tears in rain” speech.

  • Zay W
    Zay W 4 months ago

    I laugh a little when he says "do some reading"

  • ove luigi
    ove luigi 4 months ago

    Another fuck up channel! People's do some research....

  • Jean Diehl
    Jean Diehl 4 months ago

    Never heard any of these lies.

  • kreepercraft
    kreepercraft 4 months ago

    1:32 ROLLING NOT RAUWLING

  • Mr. Carroll Ware
    Mr. Carroll Ware 4 months ago +1

    Actually depends on which version of superman 2 you watch because 1 version it shows superman collecting the 3 villains up.

  • Douglas Reinholdt
    Douglas Reinholdt 4 months ago

    Don’t forget the “alleged” Munchkin Suicide.

  • waptek0
    waptek0 4 months ago

    0:29 It appears in no versions of the script & There is no U.S. logo to burn off of the crate.

  • Brian Applequist
    Brian Applequist 4 months ago

    You are wrong, again. Filicide would be that act of attempting and completing the murder of one's own children. Darth Vader attempts filicide, but does not succeed. Therefore no one would ever associate his attempt with actual completion since most Star Wars fans have seen "Return of the Jedi".

  • Jazaray
    Jazaray 4 months ago

    I know this was over a year ago, but why did you make the video so that every single "Lie" was the one you stated, except for Titanic, that one you showed the true fact. **IE: Myth 10 "Snow White was the first feature animation" - not true. Myth 2: "Titanic was historically accurate" -- True.. ** Makes no sense.

  • Kevin W. Clark
    Kevin W. Clark 4 months ago

    It added more to Rickman's character that he didnt know what was in store. He probably considered himself a bad guy fooling everyone at Hogwarts so the performance was genuine and tricked the audience into expect Snape to betray everyone but in reality his actions had motivations behind them.

  • Leonard Dixon
    Leonard Dixon 4 months ago

    Darn, now I have to do some reading!

  • exbaddeathgod
    exbaddeathgod 4 months ago

    "Do some reading"....what a fucking douche.

  • An3
    An3 4 months ago

    I was about to Say that the Titanic didn't sink like that... N then you corrected yourself. Also Did you know that the Titanic wasn't considered Unsinkable until after it sank? Hahaha! That's just a made up myth from news reports to sell papers.

  • RaymondLee
    RaymondLee 4 months ago

    This list was shite

  • Heather H
    Heather H 4 months ago

    Wasn't Fantasia the first movie with color and sound? Fantasia was just music though, so maybe Snow White was the first with talking. Idk, someone set me straight here, I'm confused.

    • PookaDude42
      PookaDude42 3 months ago

      Fantasia came out after Snow White.

  • Daniël Fuhres
    Daniël Fuhres 4 months ago

    I have an extra note on #2. Recently it has been determined that the Titanic did not break in 2 abov the water, but actually as it had already sunk for a good while under the surface it broke apart. So even that part is now been debunked as inaccurate.

  • Lisa Adler
    Lisa Adler 4 months ago

    I once convinced a friend that forest Gump was based on a true story. Of course, she also thought Hawaii was located at the bottom of the map "in the box". True story

  • The No Life Gamer
    The No Life Gamer 4 months ago

    Wait did Alan rickman not read the books?

  • magicmulder
    magicmulder 4 months ago

    10 more lies about famous movies you probably believe:
    1. Hayden Christensen is George Lucas' illegitimate son and blackmailed himself into the role of Anakin Skywalker.
    2. Pocahontas is based on a true story.
    3. Memento was originally intended to play in sequence; only after filming wrapped, Nolan decided to play it back to front.
    4. Jupiter Ascending is based on a true story.
    5. Inception originally was planned as a parody of Scientology "auditing".
    6. Independence Day is based on a true story.
    7. Avengers Infinity War was originally planned to not have a sequel.
    8. Mary Poppins was initially conceived as a horror movie where Bert saves the children from being eaten by Mary Poppins. And there was no singing.
    9. The initial Gone With The Wind cast were all black actors. After negative reactions in test screenings, they were fired and the movie reshot with a white cast.
    10. Each Harry Potter movie stars a different Radcliffe brother in the titular role.

  • grim
    grim 4 months ago

    nolan was making a trilogy and thats that, always been that way

  • Bobby Burns
    Bobby Burns 4 months ago

    In early comic books, Superman and Batman did not kill but if a criminal fell to their death, the hero didn't try to save them because the criminal got what they deserved.

  • Dawn&marc Vancor
    Dawn&marc Vancor 4 months ago

    I got one. At the beginning of "Fargo" it says that the film was based on actual events. Its not. Its a complete fabrication by the writer/ directors Joel Coen and Ethan Coen

  • Edward Bennett
    Edward Bennett 4 months ago

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  • Antonella Picollo
    Antonella Picollo 4 months ago

    "Do some reading" a tua sorella (to your sister), pal! The DSM (version 5 nowadays) it's not my favorite bedtime diversion!
    Also you told me Jack and Rose didn't exist in real life!? Oh what a shame... I don't know if you don't know how storytelling works or you think who watch your videos doesn't.

  • Inwe David
    Inwe David 4 months ago

    The funny things is that Avatar is a mix of European comics, the first is names "Aquablue" and contain the exact scenario the second contain the universe is name "Navis" interesting isn't it ?

  • Tom Christiam
    Tom Christiam 5 months ago

    I miss Ben :(

  • Fred Zeppelin
    Fred Zeppelin 5 months ago +1

    Did the knife really pierce in Psycho though? All we really see is a knife next to a stomach, a bit of a reach I'd say..

  • HOPEoPEACEoLOVE
    HOPEoPEACEoLOVE 5 months ago

    I miss Ben 😂😭

  • Steven Linger
    Steven Linger 5 months ago

    do some reading lol

  • J Borter
    J Borter 5 months ago

    What about the wizard of oz suicide?

  • Haldurson
    Haldurson 5 months ago

    A woman I knew was ABSOLUTELY convinced that Fargo was based on a true story. She told me that she remembered reading about the story in the newspaper. There is a disclaimer at the start of the film which SAYS that its based on a true story, but that was something that the Coen brothers inserted as a kind of gimmick. I guess this is kind of like the Mandela affect, where she was remembering things that never actually happened.
    As far as Batman is concerned, Batman evolved over time (as characters do in comic books) and keep getting reinvented. When Batman first started, he actually killed a lot of people. They changed him eventually, as they always do with comic book characters. But the original Batman was a killer.

  • Grady Griffin
    Grady Griffin 5 months ago

    "Do some reading" lol

  • Brandon L
    Brandon L 5 months ago

    This video sucks. bye.

  • JGlennFL
    JGlennFL 5 months ago

    Alan Rickman actually never revealed what Rowling told him about Snape. It was a secret he took to his grave. And since Rowling never told either, we don't know what she told him.

  • ShiftyLizardStore
    ShiftyLizardStore 5 months ago

    Uh no, in the comics Superman doesn't purposely kill, Batman's has been known to.

  • Oddball Skull
    Oddball Skull 5 months ago

    I'm confused about 2....

  • cesar db
    cesar db 5 months ago

    misleading.... none of this "myths" are trend, or slightly aproximate to that... just speculations not even in the hype... nor were..

  • Kevin Hibbard
    Kevin Hibbard 5 months ago

    My god i hated avatar, i just dont get the appeal.

  • xCanYouFeelTheLovex
    xCanYouFeelTheLovex 5 months ago

    The munchkin suicide in The Wizard of Oz. It's since been proven that a TheXvidr edited it and in the original version of the movie, there was a bird there.

  • Jonathan Reddoch
    Jonathan Reddoch 5 months ago

    Both Batman and Superman have no killing rules, like most supereoes in the comics. But when they began in the 30s superheroes like Batman and Superman had no qualms about killing. It was during the silver age that things changed due to outside pressure from the now defunct Comics Code Authority.

  • Will Goring
    Will Goring 5 months ago

    One you missed out. People say that in the Batman movie Heath Ledger (playing the Joker) improvised the scene when the explosives in the hospital failed to go off on time. This has since been debunked by Christopher Nolan, who said the whole scene was choreographed to the second and went off perfectly.

  • Robert Hall
    Robert Hall 5 months ago

    And originally Batman had no problem with killing, kind of hard not too when you use two six shooters.

  • zee magtira
    zee magtira 5 months ago

    superman does not kill originally. that is why he was killed by doomsday coz he was holding back. then he killed doomsday with 1 hit of heat vision through doomsday's forehead when superman was reincarnated in the sequel.

  • ali Servan
    ali Servan 5 months ago

    No one, and I do mean NO ONE believed Titanic was historically accurate, not unless they were kept in a cave and watched only FOX news. There were multiple stories and threats of legal action beause the movie took so many liberties with established fact.

  • Summer M
    Summer M 5 months ago

    Here's one: that they'll ever be an avatar 2.

  • I panicked! At the disco

    *_WiLdliRe_*

  • Sebastian May
    Sebastian May 5 months ago

    In Psycho they filmed the knife stab on her skin in reverse (started with the knife pushing the skin slightly then pulled the knife away)