Weirdly Specific Things Famous Actors Do In Every Movie

CrackedPublished: March 7, 2018107 views
Published: March 7, 2018

A group of four friends discuss several theories based on movies and things get very graphic, so once you see it, you'll never unsee it! It is noted that successful filmmakers get to do whatever they want and sometimes it is the same ridiculous thing over and over again. Check out their remarks and notes about some of the weird stuff!

Have you noticed that some filmmakers force weird stuff into every movie! Like for example that Quentin Tarantino has a foot fetish, or that Steven Spielberg is obsessed with bright lights!
Darkness hides evil from us, light on the other hand, is showing evil! Most of the shark attacks in jaws happened during the daytime too! Is that a coincidence? Is broad daylight scarier than darkness?

Next, it is time to analyze movie stars. Even though, actors don’t decide what their role is all about, they joke how some actors have patented a unique pose which they use in every movie poster. Some actors tend to tilt their head to the right, others tend to watch straight back at the camera, and others like to wear the same sunglasses, which is hilarious if you pay attention. Have you noticed any of these cues and found any similarities?

Even though it is Tom Hanks who is starring in Forrest Gump, Tom Cruise is the runner of the century! He has perfected the running action in every movie. He runs here and there with his tight butt, flaunting his nice running technique on the silver screen!

On the other hand, Tom Hanks likes to pee on everything. It is like his bladder is the main cue in all of his movies, casting a shadow on his acting skills! It is actually how he is introduced to President Kennedy in Forrest Gump with the famous line “I gotta pee”! He got to the PEEk of his career when everything around him revolved around peeing, which actually, saved his life in one of his roles! So, there is a hidden message in movie characters after all, you just have to find it!

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