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Top 40 richest actors in the world in 2022

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The acting profession requires responsibility from a person, certain sacrifices and costs, but at the same time, it brings not only fame and popularity but also good money!


It's no longer a secret that Hollywood and Bollywood stars lead luxurious life. Many famous actors earn millions of dollars every year, which allows them to buy impressive villas and go on expensive vacations.


Even actors who play in lesser-known movies earn big enough to be the envy of some of us. And when it comes to acting in well-rated movies, their bank accounts make fabulous amounts.


The richest actors in 2022


Once he becomes known, a Hollywood actor no longer has to worry about money and, as long as he manages his expenses properly, they can reach him for the rest of his life.


Hollywood is a billion-dollar industry, and it's no wonder it offers fabulous contracts to famous actors. In addition, they are always looking for new talents who, with a little luck, sign a good contract that will considerably increase their income.


If you want to know how much some of your idols earn, take a look at this list of the richest actors in the world. About some of them, you certainly suspected that they have high revenues, but you probably didn't expect them to be so rich!



40. Leonardo Dicaprio $262 M


Leonardo DiCaprio is an American actor and film producer known for his performances in Titanic, Romeo + Juliet, Catch Me If You Can, and The Wolf of Wall Street.


His lead role in Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet grossed $147.5 million worldwide. Throughout his career, he has won 3 Golden Globe Awards and 1 Academy Award.


Net Worth: As of 2022, Leonardo DiCaprio's net worth is $262 Million, making him one of the richest actors in the world.


39. Samuel L. Jackson $270 M


Samuel Leroy Jackson is an American film and television actor and producer. In 1991, he received critical acclaim for his role in Tropical Fever and has since appeared in such films as The Goodfellas, Patriot Games, and Jurassic Park.


38. Akshay Kumar $273 M

Akshay Kumar is an Indian film actor and producer. Winner of the Filmfare Awards for Best Performance in a Negative Role in 2002 and Best Performance in a Comic Role in 2006. Received India's fourth-highest civilian award, the Padma Shri, in 2009.


37. Denzel Washington $280 M


Denzel Hayes Washington Jr. is an American actor, director, and film producer. Oscar winner for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor.


36. Morgan Freeman $280 M

Morgan Freeman is an American film and voice actor and director. Winner of the Oscar, the Silver Bear, and two Golden Globes. Freeman is also known for his characteristic calm deep voice and skill as a storyteller.


35. Katy Perry $285 M


Katherine Elizabeth Hudson, better known as Katy Perry, is an American singer-songwriter, songwriter, actress, and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador. In April 2007, Perry signed a record deal with Capitol Records.


34. Phil Collins $300 M


Phil Collins LVO is an English rock/pop singer, drummer, songwriter, actor, and producer. He gained fame as a member of the rock band Genesis, then went on to have an impressive solo career, selling over 150 million copies of his albums. Among his awards - was "Oscar" for the best song for the cartoon "Tarzan".


33. Brad Pitt $300 M


Brad Pitt is an American film producer and actor from Oklahoma. We know him for his amazing performances in Seven, Fight Club, Ocean's Eleven, and World War Z.


Brad Pitt's look has inspired countless magazine covers and in 1990 he became Hollywood's hottest face as "Sexiest Man Alive".


Throughout his career, his Plan B company has been behind films like Eat Pray Love, Punch, and Inglourious Basterds that have earned $320 million at the box office.


Net Worth: As of 2022, Brad Pitt's net worth is $300 Million, making him one of the richest actors of all time.


32. Kevin Costner $300 M


Kevin Michael Costner is an American actor, producer, film director, and musician. Winner of Golden Globe and Emmy awards. In 1991, he received two Oscars for Best Director and Best Picture.


31. Robert Downey Jr. $305 M


Robert Downey Jr. is an American actor and singer. He is known for his incredible acting career. He has acted all over the world in films such as Iron Man, Sherlock Holmes, and The Avengers.


His films have been sold for billions worldwide.


Net Worth: Robert Downey's net worth is $305 million in 2022.


30. Salman Khan $310 M

Salman Khan is an Indian actor and TV presenter. Considered one of the most popular Bollywood stars.


29. Victoria Principal $380 M


Victoria Principal is an American actress, writer, and entrepreneur best known for her role as Pamela Barnes Ewing on the popular television series Dallas, in which she starred from 1978 to 1987.


28. Will Smith $350 M


Will Smith is an American actor, filmmaker, and rapper. Smith was a millionaire before he turned 20. We know Will Smith from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Men in Black.


Smith was inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for recording three premieres in 24 hours.


Net Worth: Will Smith's net worth is $ 350 million starting in 2022, making him one of the highest-paid actors in the film industry.


27. Michael Douglas 350 M


Michael Kirk Douglas is an American actor and producer. Winner of two Oscars, six Golden Globes, and an Emmy Award. The son of the famous actor of the "golden era" of Hollywood Kirk Douglas.


26. Mark Wahlberg $350 M


Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg is an actor, film and television producer, and former American rapper. He was known as Marky Mark in his early years and became famous in 1991 when he debuted with the band Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. He is best known for his roles in films such as Fear (1996), Boogie Nights (1997), Three Kings (1999), The Perfect Storm (2000), Planet of the Apes (2001), Rock Star (2001), The Italian Job (2003), I Heart Huckabees (2004), Four Brothers (2005), The Departed (2006), Invincible (2006), Shooter (2007), Max Payne (2008), The Fighter (2010), Date Night (2010) ), “Ted” (2012) or “Shoot and Get Out” (2013). He has been the executive producer of TV series such as Entourage, Boardwalk Empire, and How to Make It in America.


25. The Rock Dwayne Johnson $350 M


Johnson, nicknamed The Rock after the battlefield name, earned $ 87.5 million between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020, according to Forbes, which includes the $ 23.5 million fees paid by Netflix Inc. for his role in the thriller Red Notice. The actor also earned money from his line of fitness clothing called Project Rock and produced by Under Armor Inc.


24. Hrithik Roshan $370 M


Hrithik Nagrath Roshan is an Indian actor, multiple Filmfare Award winner for Best Actor, one of the sex symbols of Indian cinema. Known for his dancing skills.


23. Penn and Teller $400 M


They define themselves as a "pair of weird boys who have learned to do something cool" ("a few cool things"). Their performances are a deliberate work of spreading skeptical, atheistic, and liberating ideas. In 2005 they received the Richard Dawkins Award for their work in promoting atheism.


Their latest art project is called Penn & Teller: Bullshit! , a television show now in its eighth season. It is a controversial show that, among the many topics covered, in the tradition of the last Houdini, directly addresses fraud and forgery in topics such as miracles, communication with the dead, alien abductions, religions, feng shui, prohibition, and conspiracy theories.


22. Keanu Reeves $400 M

Keanu Reeves is a Canadian actor best known for his roles in films such as The Matrix, Bill, and Ted's Excellent Adventure, and Speed. His career does not seem to be related to any genre and he has made humorous films, science fiction, action, and horror. Reeves continues to develop his acting career and has several projects underway.

In 2022, Keanu Reeves' net worth is estimated at $ 400 million.


21. Amitabh Bachchan $400 M

The second richest Bollywood actor is Amitabh Bachchan, who is worth an estimated $400 million. Bachchan was born in India in October 1942. He made his theater debut in the 1970s when he gained immense popularity. He was the equivalent of the American James Dean, with his evil youthful roles, which he played flawlessly. Bachchan has acted in over one hundred and ninety Indian films. He became almost a household name, and despite the angry characters he played in his early years, he was not cast. He can successfully portray a wide variety of characters from different genres. Bachchan has been in the business for nearly five decades. He is well known and respected as one of the most influential actors of all time in the history of Indian cinema.


20. Bill Cosby $400 M


This veteran of stand-up comedy began his career in Hollywood in the 1960s when he landed a role in "I Spy." His $ 400 million fortune is largely due to the American comedy series "The Cosby Show" in which he starred. Unfortunately, at the moment, the 84-year-old actor is serving his sentence in a US prison, after many women accused him of sexual harassment.


19. Tom Hanks $400 M


Tom Hanks is an American producer and actor. We bet everyone loves Tom Hanks, right? And he has the money to prove it.


Hanks has starred in films worldwide, including Forrest Gump, Da Vinci Code, and Angel and Demons. His voiceover as Woody in Toy Story 3 helped the film become the highest-grossing film of the year, with $ 1 billion in the box office.


Net Worth: Starting in 2022, Tom Hanks' net worth is $ 400 million.


18. Arnold Schwarzenegger $410 M 


The star of "The Terminator" started his acting career due to his well-worked body. After several successful films, the former governor of the American state of California has amassed a fortune of 410 million dollars.


17. Mel Gibson $425 M


Mel Gibson is a director, producer, and film actor from New York. He is best known for his performances in The Passion of the Christ, Soldiers, and Braveheart, for which he received an Academy Award and a Golden Globe in 1995.


Net worth: As of 2022, Mel Gibson's net worth is estimated at approximately $ 425 million, placing him on this list of the richest actors of 2022.


16. Adam Sandler $425 M


Adam Sandler is an American actor and film producer, who is sometimes called one of the biggest winners in Hollywood.


Sandler became popular when one of his films grossed $ 271 million at the box office. The movie made him Sandler's biggest income.


Net Worth: Today, Adam Sandler's net worth is $ 425 million, making him one of the richest actors and filmmakers in Hollywood.


15. Ryan Seacrest $450 M


Ryan John Seacrest is an American television and radio host, Emmy winner, producer, and actor. Regular host of the television show American Idol. In addition, he is the host of several radio programs and shows on the ABC television channel. How the actor played a TV presenter in the TV series "Beverly Hills, 90210".


14. Sylvester Stallone $450 M


Sylvester Stallone is an American actor. He created two of the greatest films of all time, generating nearly $ 4 billion. Stallone is one of Hollywood's highest-paid actors. We all know him from movies, including Rocky and Rambo.


Net Worth: In 2022, Sylvester Stallone's net worth is $ 450 million


13. Phil McGraw $460 M

Phillip Calvin "Phil" McGraw, better known as Dr. Phil, is an American psychologist, writer, and host of the television program Dr. Phil.


12. Jason Statham $500 M

Jason Statham is an English actor, best known for films directed by Guy Ritchie, the Adrenaline dilogy, as well as the Transporter, The Expendables, and Fast and the Furious series.


11. Robert De Niro $500 M


Robert Anthony De Niro Jr. is an American actor, producer, and director. He is best known for his work in crime films, thrillers, and collaborations with director Martin Scorsese. Golden Globe and Oscar winner.


10. Jackie Chan $520 M

Jackie Chan is a Hong Kong actor, producer, and director. He began his acting career at the age of five. His amazing performance brought him incredible net worth.


Net Worth: Since 2021, Jackie Chan has built an estimated net worth of approximately $ 520 million, making it the 8th richest actor in the world.


9. George Clooney $550 M


George Clooney is an American director and actor from Kentucky. He has won several awards for his shows in Ocean's Eleven, Three Kings, and Syriana. Clooney has been successful in many areas and has not gone unnoticed.


Net worth: Throughout his career, he has received several awards for his films, among other awards. Today, George Clooney has a net worth of $ 500 million.


8. Tom Cruise $570 M


Tom Cruise is an American film producer and actor from New York. He is one of the best actors of all time. His films have sold worldwide.


Net Worth: In 2022, Tom Cruise's net worth is $ 570 million, making him the eighties richest actor in the world.


7. Trey Parker $600 M


Randolph Severn "Trey" Parker III is an American film actor, voice actor, animator, film director, musician, and screenwriter. Winner of Emmy, Game Critics Awards, Grammy, Tony, Oscar nominations. He is best known as the creator of the animated series South Park with Matt Stone.


6. Eddie Murphy $600 M

Edward Regan Murphy is an American comedian, film director, producer, and singer who peaked in popularity in the 1980s.


5. Simon Cowell $600 M

Simon Phillip Cowell is a British television presenter, producer, philanthropist, figure in the television and film industry, founder, director, and co-owner of Syco, which includes a search for new performers, a record label, and a television company. One of the largest representatives of the British show business.


4. Park Chanyeol $620 M


Park Chanyeol is a South Korean singer, actor, rapper, songwriter, producer, and model. Member of the South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO, its subgroup EXO-K, and sub-unit EXO-SC.


3. Shah Rukh Khan $715 M


Shah Rukh Khan is an Indian actor from New Delhi. He is best known as the "King of Bollywood". With 80 Hindi films, he has received numerous awards for his performances.


Net worth: Today, Shah Rukh Kahn is one the richest actor in the world, Shah Rukh Khan's net worth is estimated at $ 715 million in 2022.


2. Jami Gertz $3 B

Jamie Beth Hertz is an American actress. Known for roles in such films as The Lost Boys, The Broker, Less Than Zero, and Tornado, as well as for the main roles in the comedy series Naughty Parents and Neighbors.


1. Larry Ellison $101 B


Lawrence Joseph Ellison is an American entrepreneur, actor, co-founder, chairman of the board of directors and chief technology officer of Oracle Corporation, former CEO of Oracle, the largest shareholder of NetSuite, and an initial investor in



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Bemorepanda has collected a surprising top with war movies. These movies will definitely make you hold your breath because the emotions are at their maximum.


War is the phenomenon with the widest destructive function, with the most pronounced homicidal character, with the deepest implications on the present and future of humanity.


  Being a very complex social phenomenon, a state of society that employs, to one degree or another, all the factors of social life, war can be approached from different angles and in very different methodological ways. Thus, history studies it in terms of development and succession over time, in the evolution of different peoples, in different eras, sociology studies it as an integral phenomenon, within social structures and their dynamics, political science researches it in terms of political determinations and evolution of relations between states, and military science studies it in terms of the characteristic application of the laws, principles, forms and procedures of armed struggle.


The research of the origin of war is meant to clarify the conditions and causes of this phenomenon in the life of society, to answer a fundamental question: war is a permanent companion of society or a temporary companion, which appeared at a certain stage of social evolution and will disappear another step?


Top 50 war movies list


1.My Way

From the worldwide award-winning, critically-lauded director of Tae Guk Gi, Director Kang Je-Kyu presents an unflinching look at the horrors of war, but ultimately becomes a story of hope, humanity, and redemption.



At the end of WWII, five German siblings embark on a journey across the country. When they encounter the mysterious refugee Thomas, Lore, the eldest daughter, finds herself conflicted by her innate contempt for him and her burgeoning sexual desire.


3.Les femmes de l'ombre 

In the spring of 1944, on the eve of the Normandy landings. A group of women only penetrates deep behind enemy lines in an extremely risky mission, where even the slightest mistake can be fatal.


To define the phenomenon of war means to highlight those characteristic notes and essential features that distinguish it and specify its place in all social phenomena. In ancient times, close knowledge of social processes did not allow a broader explanation of the phenomenon of war. Historians like Thneydides, Poleplios, Titus Livius have left fairly detailed descriptions of wars, and philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle have issued the first generalizing ideas about war.


4.Charlotte Gray

A young Scottish woman joins the French Resistance during World War II in order to find and rescue her friend, a pilot of the Royal French Air Force, lost somewhere in France.


5.The Monuments Men

Based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history, the film Heroes of Monuments is an action drama focused on a number of seven museum directors, artists, curators, and art historians, old and out of shape, who have marched to the front during World War II to save the world's artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their rightful owners. But what chance do these people have to succeed?


6.The Way Back

The story of a Polish cavalry officer captured by the Red Army who manages to escape from the Siberian Gulag in 1941.


The correct definition of war as a social phenomenon requires the understanding and revelation of its political essence, of the relationship between war and politics. In his famous work "On War", the German theorist Carl von Clausewitz wrote that "war is not only a political act, but a real political instrument, a continuation of political relations, their realization by other means. What remains specific to war." It refers only to the specific nature of its means. "But no matter how strongly the war reacts, in some cases, to political intentions, this reaction must always be thought of only as a change in them, for political intent is the goal, war is the means, and can never be thought without purpose."



The subject of the film is about the silence of Pope Pius XII (Marcel Iures) in the face of the Holocaust drama. The film tells the tragic and true story of a Protestant SS officer, Kurt Gerstein (a character of the German Ulrich Tukur), whose alarm signals to the Church and the Vatican about the Nazi extermination camps remain ineffective. He is helped by a young Jesuit, Ricardo Fontana, a fictional character, whom the actor Mathieu Kassovitz plays extremely convincingly.


8.Hart's War 

December 1944. In a prisoner of war camp, a young man becomes the lawyer for a black man accused of murder. Many unknowns and question marks appear.


9.In Tranzit

Leningrad, 1946. A group of German prisoners is sent to a women-led camp. Under the absolute control of the NKVD, relations are established between the two groups, idylls are entrenched and attempts are made to rediscover lost humanity.


The purpose of war is always political, and if we understand politics as a concentrated expression of the economic or, more broadly, as a concentrated expression of social interests, then the political goal will express all the social interests involved in preparing, starting and conducting a war.

  The specific means of war is the armed struggle, which has a distinctive character. When a war breaks out, politics pursues its goals, but uses other military means, such as armed struggle.

  The subordination of the means to the goal is not easy, it is a complex process, not excluding the possibility that the use of violent means to go beyond the pre-established framework of politics and no longer serve the set political goals.


10.Auschwitz: The Nazis and the 'Final Solution

It was the site of the largest mass-murder the world has seen – yet few know its full horror. This landmark series builds into the most complete history of Auschwitz, the evolution of the camp and the mentality of its perpetrators. With the help of computer graphics, reconstructions and people who were there, including former SS members, the steps taken towards the ‘Final Solution’ are revealed.



The series features the efforts of a Jewish family to survive World War II as well as the horrors of the Nazis on Semitic communities.



In pre-World War II Australia, aristocrat Sarah inherits a cattle farm. When the locals plot to take her land, the heiress allies with an escaped farmer to take her huge herd to a safe place.


13.Cold Mountain

America in the 1860s. In a war-torn country, an extraordinary adventure takes place in which three people are involved; three people whose physical and mental survival depends on their connection.



A splendid film, a reference in world cinema, awarded three Oscars, Casablanca tells the story of two former lovers who meet again in Casablanca, in a conjuncture that forces them to put debt first, not feelings.


15.Das Boot

A detailed look at the world of German submarines hunting underwater ships. Brave, realistic and spiced with black humor, this film is one of the few that compassionately presents Germans during World War II.


16.The Great Raid (2005)

In January 1945, an American battalion, with the help of Philippine guerrilla troops, planned a bold, even suicidal mission: to rescue the 500 American soldiers still alive in the Philippine camp.


17.The Thin Red Line (1998)

The Thin Red Line is the story of a group of soldiers from a US Army infantry company fighting in the fierce battle of Guadalcanal in World War II.


18.The Russians Are Coming (1966)

A cast of stars with Alan Arkin, Jonathan Winters, Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith, Theodore Bikel. The film is an extraordinary comedy about a Russian submarine that reaches the coast of New England.


19.Anonyma - A Woman in Berlin (2008)

The film illustrates an emotional and poignant piece of history that has been kept silent for a long time. He portrays a woman of that time who had the courage to speak for many, who met the same fate.



Nominated as Best Foreign Film at the 1961 Academy Awards, this black and white movie dares us not to forget the horror of the Holocaust. Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo directs this audacious World War II drama about a young Jewish woman (Susan Strasberg) in a Nazi concentration camp who attempts to save herself from death by assuming another's identity and becoming a ruthless warden.


21.Goodbye Children (1987)

During World War II, on the territory of France, a boarding school looks like a real corner of heaven. Here, a close friendship is established between two children: one, a Frenchman - Julien Quintin, the other, a Jew - Jean Bonnet. The latter is hidden from the Nazis by Catholic priests who run the school.


22.Battle for Warsaw '44

The tragic story of the 1944 Warsaw uprising against Nazi rule is chronicled with actual film of the epic event. With some shocking new footage unearthed from the vaults, this is an compelling guide to the events that unfolded. A variety of eyewitness accounts are drawn on, haunting depictions of mass graves, and troops storming into the beleaguered country.


23.Bitva za Sevastopol 

The war catches a young student Lyudmila Pavlichenko off-guard in Odessa. She volunteers in the army and is moved to the front line after a brief stint in the sniper school. Her natural marksmanship and ability to keep calm under duress make her a true sharpshooter. Her personal hitlist is over 309 names long. A biographical film about a woman who changed the course of history.


24.Oorlogswinter (2008)

A little boy secretly helps a British pilot get rid of the Nazis, while his father, the mayor of the city, is happy to keep his position in front of the Germans.


25.War Horse (2011)

Steven Spielberg's new film focuses on the story of a young man named Albert and his stallion, Joey. The connection between them will be broken when Joey is sold to the cavalry and sent into the fire of battle.


26.French Suite (2014)

In World War II, in the German army-occupied France, the beautiful Lucille Angellier (Michelle Williams) is waiting for news about her husband and her domineering mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas). When a regiment of German soldiers arrives in the city, the villagers are forced to house them. Lucille tries to ignore Bruno (Matthias Schoenaerts), the commander sitting in the next room, but soon her mind and heart will be crushed by a frightening question: against reason, can you have feelings of love for an enemy of your country?


27.Little Boy (2015)

An eight-year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to stop World War II and bring his father home. The story reveals the indescribable love of the father for the boy, but also of the boy for his father.


28.Fury (2014)

1945. Along with his five-man crew, Wardaddy leads a Sherman tank and enters behind enemy lines for a quasi-suicide mission that should deal the final blow to Nazi Germany's armed forces.


29.Shining Through (1992)

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Linda, a beautiful secretary in love with her boss, convinces him to send her on a mission to Berlin, although she has no experience in espionage and relies only on the movies she has seen.


30.Empire of the Sun (1987)

The story of a spoiled boy from a good British family in Shanghai. Jim (Christian Bale) is separated from his family during the Japanese invasion of Shanghai and learns how to cope with a mercenary (John Malkovich).


31.Walking with the Enemy (2013)

A young man, separated from his family in World War II, disguises himself as an S.S. Nazi and discovers more than just where his family is.


32.The Longest Day (1962)

The Longest Day is the story of June 6, 1944, when the Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. That day marked the beginning of the end of Nazi rule in Europe.


33.Conspiracy (2001)

In January 1942, a high-level meeting of Nazi leaders was held in a suburb of Berlin, led by the Head of the Reich Security Office, which resulted in the official adoption of the Holocaust.


34.A zori zdes tikhie... (2015)

The remote province of Karelia - on the Russian-Finland border - harbored an anti-aircraft artillery point during World War II, despite the distance it kept from the front. Vaskov was responsible for the armament and training of 5 young women. Everything went well until a troop of Nazis surrounds them and the group has to stop the enemy in an unequal fight.


35.Nanjing! Nanjing! (2009)

1942, Nanjing (Nanking). Following a series of assassination attempts on officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government, the Japanese spy chief gathers a group of suspects in a mansion house for questioning. A tense game of "cat and mouse" ensues as the Chinese code-breaker attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity.


36.Windtalkers (2002)

During World War II, two Marines must protect the Navajo coded language from falling into the hands of the Japanese.


37.Tears of April (2008)

A parking lot attendant with a violent past finds hope in the love of the blind girl that walks into his booth one day.


38.Habermann (2010)

The life of a mill owner and his family changed with the events of 1938.



In the year 1944, Estonia faces advances from both the Russian Red Army and Nazi forces. Families are torn apart across enemy lines and soldiers are forced to make difficult choices to preserve a small nation caught in the middle of a global war. Estonia's Official Submission for the Academy Awards 


40.The Aryan Couple (2004)

The drama, directed by John Daly, starring Martin Lindau, Kennz Doughty and Caroline Carver, is the story of a Jewish industrialist who is forced to give up his business to the Nazis so that his family can leave Germany.


41.The Magic of Ordinary Days (2005)

During World War II, Livvy Dale, the daughter of a Colorado priest, becomes pregnant but is abandoned by the child's father. The strict and puritanical father forces her to marry out of convenience. Married to a stranger, Livvy befriends two Japanese sisters in a camp, coming to understand the true nature of trust and love.


42.Indigenous Peoples (2006)

France's discriminatory attitude towards the North Africans who fought alongside it in World War II is brought to the big screen in this controversial film. The film focuses its epic thread on the presentation of personalities rather than battles, emphasizing the contribution that these people had, despite the treatment of second-hand soldiers received from the French.


43.Come See the Paradise (1990)

In the late 1930s, around the outbreak of World War II, Jack McGurn, a poor trade unionist who works as a filmmaker in a San Francisco cinema, falls in love with the beautiful Japanese Lily Kawamura. Against Lily's will (and contrary to California law at the time, which prohibited interracial marriages), Jack and Lily marry and have a child. Their marriage is in full swing, until the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor and America enters World War II. Thousands of Americans of Japanese descent - including Lily and her family - are being taken to concentration camps. Jack is recruited into the military, but he is ready to risk everything to see his family again.


44.Korczak (1990)

The story of Polish pedagogue Janusz Korczak and his dedication to protecting Jewish orphans during the war.


45.Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

The extraordinary story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of World War II, saved 75 men without a weapon.


46.Under Sandet (2015)

At the end of World War II, a group of young soldiers - German prisoners - had to clear the west coast of Denmark of me. They are promised that the survivors will be released at the end of the mission.


47.Alone in Berlin (2016)

A Soviet tank and its warring crew become separated from their patrol and lost in an Afghan valley with a group of vengeance-seeking rebels on their tracks.


48.Dunkirk (2017)

The story of Dunkirk captures British and Allied troops surrounded by enemies on the French beach and forced to face an almost impossible assault.


49.The Debt (2010)

The film tells the story of three Mossad agents who, in 1965, had the mission of capturing a war criminal who was doing sadistic experiments on people. Thirty years later, agents are hired to return to the subject of the mission.


50.Operation Dunkirk (2017)

Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea, British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces facing a fierce battle in World War II.




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Access to cartoons in the early 1990s could be considered a period of education. Bemorepanda has collected a top 30 cartoons that everyone knows for sure. Being adults, we also have nostalgia for our favorite things from childhood.


Some of these cartoon series have seen the light of the screens to come up with a message and educational intent for children. The cartoons of those times taught children to befriend, to appreciate their family and opened new directions for the development of creation and fantasy.


We were also caught by the newer productions, mostly Japanese, which conquered the world in ΄90. These meant that we learned to read and watch the subtitled story, and since many of these cartoons were like animated soap operas, you now understand the obsession.


If you were a child at that time and this series of titles like before our era throws you into the fountain with nostalgia, who knows, maybe you will make time this extended weekend to review these drawings on the net. Or not, you better get out of the house, because you get enough of nostalgia in this article!


1. Spider-Man: The Animated Series

The Spider-Man animated series was by far my favorite as a child and one of the productions that totally changed this industry. Launched in '94, it ran for 5 seasons before being canceled. I saw it again a few years ago head to tail and it seemed even better than at first.



2. X-Men: The Animated Series

However, Marvel's first big hit on the small screen was the animated series X-Men. Released two years earlier (in '92), this production benefited from 5 seasons and brought to life the most important stories in the X-Men universe, from Dark Phoenix, Days of Future Past to Night of the Sentinels or Phalanx Covenant. Like all Marvel productions, it is currently on Disney +.



3. X-Men: Evolution

Something more mature and modern, X-Men: Evolution actually presents an early period of the team, at a time when Charles Xavier was gathering mutants from everywhere under the same roof.



4. Justice League (Unlimited)

The Justice League animated series was one of the best DC productions of the 2000s. Both the two seasons of the original series and the three Justice League Unlimited series, which we could see on Cartoon Network, are packed here.



5. Yu-Gi-Oh!

 The main series has 5 seasons, and the first 3 are available on Netflix. Then came Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, 5DS, Arc-V and Vrains. Just a few days ago, on April 4, 2020, the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens.



6. Pokémon

Obviously, Pokémon could not be missing from this list. Maybe you didn't know, but this series is still in progress, it has reached season 23 released in the fall of 2019 in Japan and based on the new Pokemon Sword / Shield game. On Netflix you can find the latest three seasons: Sun and Moon, Sun and Moon: Ultra Adventures and Sun and Moon: Ultra Legends. Plus the movies Pokémon: I Choose You, Pokémon: The Power of Us and Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution.



7. Digimon

Pokémon's younger brother is called Digimon and has a slightly similar concept, except that instead of pocket monsters, you guessed it, they are called digital monsters. The first two seasons aired in the early 2000s; today, after 7 seasons and almost 400 episodes, the series benefited from a reboot, and on April 5, 2020, the new Digimon Adventure was launched, which brings back to the center of attention the characters from the original series.



8. Star Wars: The Clone Wars

One of the most popular Star Wars projects, The Clone Wars was brought back to life by Disney + this year after a premature end in 2014. Probably the most modern series in this article, The Clone Wars has made a massive contribution to the development of the entire Star universe. Wars. Not only did he canonize many stories and present in detail the lives of the protagonists of the films during the war, but he also created new favorite characters. Not until a few weeks ago Disney announced that Ahsoka Tano will be part of the second season of The Mandalorian. Until then, however, The Clone Wars is on Disney +.



9. Batman: The Animated Series

From 2020 we go back to 1992 for the animated series Batman, one of the best productions of this type in the '90s. He had a total of 2 seasons and 85 episodes over three years and managed to portray excellently most characters in the Batman universe. Virtually any modern image and interpretation of a character there we have today is based on that drawing.



10. Batman Beyond

Batman was immediately followed by Batman Beyond, which had three seasons, from 1999 to 2001. It is the story of a futuristic hero under the wing of an old Bruce Wayne, retired. What few people know, however, is that the action starts in 2019, with a Batman still in power patrolling Gotham, and later moving in 2039.



11. Diabolik

Based on the comics of the same name, Diabolik is a 40-episode animated series produced in 2000. It tells the story of the rivalry between a moral thief and his brother, the leader of a criminal organization. Diabolik was basically a kind of Cartoon Mission: Impossible, with a judge able to get out of any situation to punish the criminals.



12. The Tick

Broadcast between 1994 and 1996 for three seasons, The Tick series is one of the most absurd superhero animations ever produced. In fact, the character himself is so absurd, clumsy, naive and devoid of any trace of logic that it makes you want to follow him. Not to mention that next to him were characters like American Maid (allusion to Wonder Woman), Batmanuel or Captain Academica, and antagonists were a guy called the Chair or the Bread King.



13. The Mysteries of Providence

The 26 episodes of Mysteries of Providence are one of the best animated binges you can enjoy. The three protagonists, Oscar, Martin and Kate, interact with most of the inhabitants of the small French town, each in turn exposed to various charms customized to their needs. Despite the fact that we are talking about a universe based on bipedal talking animals, this series presents some metaphors of an extraordinary maturity for the genre it approaches.



14. Fantastic Four: The Animated Series

Returning to the Marvel animated series, Fantastic Four, with two seasons (1994-1996), is added to this list. It's a must-see for those who want to complete their cartoon collection from the 90's.



15. Iron Man: The Animated Series

The one around which the great MCU would be built decades later, Tony Stark: Iron Man. Like many other characters, the animated series dedicated to him was my first contact with names like Mandarin, MODOK, Fin Fang Foom, but also War Machine, Scarlet Witch or Hawkeye. In retrospect, I'm fascinated by the way Marvel has managed to build such a large common animated universe, with crossovers between its series at a time when most of us didn't even know what it was.



16.Tom and Jerry

It is certainly among the most beloved cartoons. The series features the ongoing conflict between a cat named Tom and a mouse named Jerry. Unfortunately, their creator, Gene Deitch, passed away on the 20th of this month, but he certainly left behind the most beautiful memory a child could have.




He is a famous character in both comics and cartoons, portrayed as a rebellious sailor, full of muscle. He always pulls from a pipe and with the help of spinach he can receive superhuman powers.



18.Life with Louie

It's a cartoon about the life of Louie Anderson, an 8-year-old Wisconsin kid. He lives with his parents and siblings, and at school he is always mocked by Glen Glenn's enemy.



19.Dexter's laboratory

The action of this animated series takes place in a secret laboratory behind a library that Dexter, an 8-year-old boy passionate about science, created. He created the lab for all sorts of scientific experiments, but which his annoying sister, Dee Dee, always tries to sabotage.



20.Courage the cowardly dog

The animated series stars Courage (the puppy), Muriel (Courage's mistress) and Eustache (her husband). They all live on a farm in the middle of a Kansas city, where all sorts of weird things happen.



21.Powerpuff girls

These are born thanks to Professor Utonim who created them in the laboratory, but who accidentally, in addition to the other elements, added the "element X". Due to this element, the three girls, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercap, received superpowers, and now they are fighting with all the villains to protect the city of Townsville.



22.What's with Andy?

Andy Larkin is the main character in this animated series. The boy is in love with Lori Mackney and tries to impress her with all sorts of pranks, hence his nickname "master of pranks".



23.Totally Spies

The action of this series revolves around the three teenagers from Beverly Hills: Sam, Clover and Alex. These girls secretly fight all sorts of criminals, coordinated by their boss and also the founder of the WHOOP secret agency, Jerry.



24.Johnny Bravo

The animated series brings to the fore Johnny, a young blond, muscular, narcissistic, an irresistible man, a kind of Casanova today. Due to her physical appearance, she has the impression that she can have any woman on her feet, being the stereotype of the conquering man, but which is often rejected by women.




Together with his four friends (Shaggy, Velma, Fred and Daphne), Scooby travels all over the world in the Mystery Machine, to unravel the mysteries related to ghosts or other supernatural beings.



26.Cramp twins

It presents the daily life of the two brothers, Wayne and Lucian, who are always arguing. Lucian is calmer and likes to spend time in the swamp, and Wayne is the restless family, a boy who does all sorts of pranks and always gets in trouble.



27.The Flinstones

based on the primitive era, this animated series is about the adventures of the Flinstone family, Fred and his wife Wilma, and his neighbors Barney and Betty.



28.Ed, Edd n' Eddy

The action of these cartoons focuses on the three boys, Ed, Edd (Double D) and Eddy who live in a suburb of Peach Creek. They do all sorts of pranks to make money, but usually their pranks fail and their friends take revenge.



29.Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

It's a cartoon series about the life of a little boy named Mac and his imaginary friend, Bloo. Bloo lives in Mrs. Foster's house with other imaginary friends waiting to be adopted by someone.



30.The grim adventures of Billy and Mandy

When Billy and Mandy were celebrating the tenth anniversary of Billy's hamster, Negri (a so-called personification of death) appeared to take the hamster's soul. Mandy refused to give the hamster and proposed a limbo game, and if the game was won by Negri, he would remain their friend forever.


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Almost every film has curious details that are difficult to notice when you first watch it. Sometimes it can be unexpected characters, unobtrusively left by the director. Or inconspicuous moments that reveal the plot of the picture and add a special peppercorn to it.


At Bemorepanda, we found 13 hidden movie parts that even seasoned moviegoers might overlook. At the end of the article, you will find an unexpected fact about the cult melodrama, which many watched before the holes in the sunset of the 1990s.


1. "Matrix" - the symbol of yin and yang

When Neo and Morpheus attack each other in The Matrix, their clothing and body position form a symbol of the union of yin and yang. In Chinese philosophy, it means the interaction of opposites: light and darkness, day and night, positive and negative.


2. "Pirates of the Caribbean" - compass

In Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, when Commander James Norrington holds up the compass, he points to Jack, not Elizabeth. This compass does not point north or south, but in the direction of what the person holding it desires most. So the filmmakers wanted to show that the commander values ​​his duty above his feelings: it is more important for him to catch a pirate than to be with his beloved.


3. "Casino Royale" "- actress

In the 2006 film Casino Royale, actress Tsai Chin plays one of the poker players. She also appeared in the role of a minor Bond girl in the 1967 film "Live Only Twice".


4. "Cabin in the woods" - pupils

In the thriller "Cabin in the Woods" after a van crash and a collision with a zombie, you can see that Dana's pupils have become of different sizes. This is a common symptom of a concussion.


5. "The Truman Show" - cameras

In The Truman Show, the cameras appear in very obvious places, but the main character (Jim Carrey) stubbornly does not notice them. Even when a neighbor brings a trash can to Truman's car, he still does not see anything unusual in what is happening, since he has always lived in the conditions of a TV show.


6. "Shape of water" - shoes

The Oscar-winning film The Shape of Water features a scene in which Eliza admires a pair of red shoes. Later, when the heroine begins a relationship with Amphibian Man, you can see how she confidently walks through the laboratory in those very shoes. Perhaps this is how the filmmakers wanted to show that Eliza gained confidence and expanded the boundaries of her capabilities.


7. "Pirates of the Caribbean" - Jack Sparrow's father ring

In Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Captain Teague wears a silver skull ring. In fact, it is not a prop for the film, but a real decoration of actor Keith Richards. This ring was given to him for his birthday in 1978, and he has not taken it off since.


8. "Santa Claus" - elves

In the movie Santa Claus, when Charlie walks to school, an elf can be seen sitting behind him. This means that throughout his life, the elves watched over him and his father.


9. "Maleficent" - magic

Maleficent's magic changes color. When a witch is kind, her magic is golden. And when she does evil things, her enchantment turns green.


10. "The Chronicles of Narnia" - the fur of the White Witch

In The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the White Witch gave the order to cut the mane of Aslan's lion, and then coldly thrust a dagger into him. Later, Tilda Swinton's heroine can be seen wearing his mech during the battle.


11. "Parasites" - Mr. Pak's company

In Parasite, the viewer is constantly reminded that Mr. Park runs a firm called Another Brick, like the song of the same name by Pink Floyd. The film's director Bong Joon Ho was a huge fan of them in college. It raises the problems of education, inequality, there is a significant line: "In general, you are just another brick in the wall." The company logo appears on the glass in the office of the head of a wealthy family, as well as on the mugs from which the heroes drink.


12. "Alice in Wonderland" - the Hatter's phrase

The Mad Hatter's lines are not as meaningless as they seem at first glance. When the Hatter asks "What do a raven and a desk have in common?" One of the most famous works of Poe is the poem "The Raven".


By the way, Depp himself suggested adding orange spots on the Hatter's face. The fact is that in the 18th-19th centuries, hatters worked with mercury, which left orange and reddish spots on the skin. In addition, the metal caused chronic intoxication, which had a detrimental effect on mental health.


13.Bonus: "10 reasons I hate" - a scene with a poem

At the end of the tape "10 Things I Hate" Julia Stiles burst into tears while reading a poem she wrote about Patrick for her English lesson. This was not actually in the script. In one of the interviews, the actress told why emotions came over her during this scene. “I absolutely did not expect to start crying. I don't know why this happened. Perhaps this was due to what was happening in my life at that time. Or I was just blown away by the whole experience of making my first big movie, ”admitted Stiles.


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There is nothing more prolific than celebrity. Or at least that's what the richest celebrities in the world show us. And if you don't believe us, we're telling you that the highest paid 100-star budgets in the world have exceeded $ 6.3 billion in the last 12 months. And no less than 11 celebrities have surpassed $ 100 million in revenue.

Even in the largest cities on the planet, there are both rich and poor people. Experts such as sociologists and psychologists have studied this subject and identified several causes why some are rich and others are poor.

Bemorepanda collected the most richest celebrities in a top.

1.Kamala Harris – $6 Million

2.Nancy Pelosi – $120 Million

3.Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – $511K

Money is not important

This idea was instilled by ancestors and passed down from generation to generation. People stopped developing and lived on exactly what they earned and didn't think they could do more. It was easier to convince everyone that money was a bad thing than to step out of your comfort zone and try to earn more. Such complexes are still transmitted today. But if you change your mind and start moving in the right direction, then in time, man himself will understand that he can earn a lot of money, so that he will be rich enough. Of course, there are people for whom money is not really important and they live with this idea all their lives.

4.Condoleezza Rice – $8 Million

5.Colin Powell- $50 Million

6.Dick Cheney – $100 Million

Unloved work and lack of a clear purpose in life

From the school benches, they try to help the students find their way in life and see what they would like to do. However, not everyone is able to fully understand what they want and what their favorite occupation is. And if there is no clear purpose in life, then making money is very difficult. Either you work to have something to live on, or you work to not stay at home, but the activity you do not bring you pleasure and, most importantly, the desired finances. When you do something you don't love, both your interest and your personal potential are lost. In order to achieve what you want and go to your favorite service, you need to plan everything and have a clear purpose in life. When there is a goal, you have something to go for, the desire to achieve more persists, and as a result you earn extra money.

7.Hillary Rodham Clinton – $120 Million

8.Al Gore – $300 Million

9.Elizabeth Warren – $8.75 Million

The mentality is different from that of a rich man

The richest people in the world have a different mentality, priorities and goals in life. They think about personal development, read a lot and try to learn more. And poor people are quiet and complaining about their poverty. I work strictly according to the established schedule, do not work overtime and do not do more than what is stipulated in the employment contract. The rich, on the other hand, work even on weekends, applying different strategies to achieve their goals.

Another misconception that the poor often have is that they think they are not worthy of being rich. No one has the right to dictate whether someone can be rich or poor. The choice is yours. Criticism from loved ones, low self-esteem, communication with people with negative thinking - this also leads to the fact that a single person instills in himself that he is not worthy to be rich. But regardless of social class or nationality, everyone has the right to live well.

10.Bill Clinton – $120 Million

11.Jimmy Carter – $10 Million

12.Barack Obama – $70 Million

Focus on earning more, not saving

Everyone is writing or saying about how to save money properly and why we need savings in general. But you don't have to focus on that, on the contrary, you have to focus on gaining and at the same time saving.

Successful people are constantly thinking about how to earn more, and the poor, on the contrary, how to save more in order to have enough money. I have always advised you to keep track of your monthly budget and indicate your income and expenses there. If you do this, then you can be sure that you have already taken a step towards becoming a financially educated person.

But in order to earn more, you also need to invest in yourself or in different projects. And this requires money. Look here and there is a fear that this investment may not work and many will stop all plans. I decide that it is better to save money than to invest it. But the richest people think differently and are not afraid to lose money, because they are sure that they will always be able to win others, even if they sometimes lose. In addition, their budget is always planned, and if they take risks, they are confident that they will succeed.

Over time, no less than 700 celebrities have been in the top Forbes, totaling more than $ 80 billion in wealth.

13.Sarah Palin – $8 Million

14.Ted Cruz – $4 Million

15.Mike Pence – $1 Million

16.George W. Bush – $40 Million

17.Kevin McCarthy – $300,000

18.Mitt Romney – $250 Million

19.Elizabeth Dole – $40 Million

20.Nikki Haley – $2 Million

21.Tomi Lahren – $3 Million

22.Kayleigh McEnany – $2 Million

23.Antony Blinken – $10 million

24.Joe Manchin – $5 Million

25.Donald Trump – $2.5 Billion

26.Kaitlan Collins – $1 Million

27.Jake Sullivan – $5 Million

28.Anthony Fauci – $2.5 Million

29.Andrew Cuomo – $5 Million

30.Rashida Tlaib – $175K

31.Bernie Sanders – $2.5 Million

32.Tulsi Gabbard – $500K

33.Lauren Boebert – $2 Million

34.Kyrsten Sinema – $1 Million

35.Gavin Newsom – $20 Million

36.Chuck Schumer – $900K

37.John Lewis – $300K

38.Elijah Cummings – $1.3 Million

39.Pete Buttigieg – $250K

40.Roger Federer – $450 Million

41.Maria Sharapova – $135 Million

42.Alexis Ohanian – $9 Million

43.Tom Brady – $200 Million

44.Celine Dion – $800 Million

45.George Clooney – $500 Million

46.Julia Roberts – $200 Million

47.Jack Nicholson – $400 Million

48.Steven Tyler – $130 Million

49.Matt Lauer – $60 Million

50.Tina Turner – $250 Million

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Art requires sacrifice! This is exactly how film directors seem to reason, sometimes subjecting actors to difficult tests, so long as their emotions are as realistic as possible. And no matter how terrible it may sound, such harsh methods pay off.


Tricks of directors who helped to get real emotions from actors


Of course, what the actors have to go through is known only to themselves and the film crew. It remains for us to enjoy the wonderful game and genuine emotions of the heroes and heroines of the films.


But today you can go behind the scenes and find out what tricks directors use to make everything that happens in the frame look believable.


1. In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, no one was warned about the boat scene, the spooky tunnel, or the Gene Wilder song, so the children's worried faces don't look fake.

That's not the only surprise - Peter Ostrum, who played Charlie, had no idea Gene would be so pissed off in Wonka's office, which is why he looks so depressed.


2. Everyone on the Titanic knew the water was going to be cold, but they weren't prepared for how cold it would actually be. The water was so cold that Kate Winslet couldn't stop shaking during the ax scene.

Despite shooting in extreme conditions and even hypothermia, Kate said she didn't want the water to be warm, because then she would never know what it was like to be in a similar situation.


3. Michel Gondry, director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, encouraged actors to do things that others didn't expect. In some scenes he asked Kate to be funny while Jim was told to be serious

According to Michel Gondry, although he eventually got into the process, such jokes made Jim nervous - everyone but him was encouraged to improvise, and there were several moments when he seemed to be really taken by surprise.


4. In "Mary Poppins", the kids playing Jane and Michael had no idea that Mary's bag had some kind of "magical" properties, so when she pulled the whole hanger out of it, their emotions were genuine.

Karen Dotrice, who played Jane, recalled that the crew went to great lengths to make sure she and her on-screen brother Matthew Garber were busy on set to distract them from what was happening.


5. And in The Alien, none of the kids saw the doll until filming started. The film was shot in chronological order, so their first impressions were completely real.

Steven Spielberg had several ways to get the most out of the kids: the writer took notes when they chatted during filming and also encouraged them to improvise.


6. It had a similar idea - children were kept away from Bill Skarsgård to capture their first frightened reactions on film.

Although they were clearly frightened by his clownish antics and intense scenes, none of the children seemed to be as frightened as Bill feared.


7. In "The Mockingjay, Part 1," the director filmed and edited test footage of Pete's interviews that will be played during scenes with Jennifer Lawrence. Jen missed working with Josh Hutcherson so he knew showing him on screen during her scene would elicit an emotional reaction.

According to Francis Lawrence, filming the interview scenes only took a few hours, and while it was hard for Jennifer to see Josh only on screen, it helped her feel some genuinely painful emotions.


8. The Blair Witch Project actors were given a 35-page script and asked to improvise. They were taken into the woods, and as you can imagine, the results were horrendous.

If you don't know the story, the film was presented as "restored footage" of three directors who disappeared after searching for the Blair Witch. For eight days, the actors worked almost around the clock and seven days a week, and were even deprived of food. Their realistic performances and some extreme promotional methods have led many people to think that they are actually dead.


9. To recreate the revolutionary spirit, the actors of Les Misérables were told to build a barricade in 10 minutes. All this time they were filmed, and what they did ended up being used in the film.

The actors didn't know where the cameras were placed and it looked quite chaotic, but the barricade turned out to be quite realistic, and only needed to be secured a little to keep it up.


10. To prepare for Saving Private Ryan, all the main actors were sent to a 10-day boot camp with harsh conditions, except for Matt Damon, who remained in America. Matt's character was meant to be repulsive, and he was intentionally left out to keep the on-screen hostility as realistic as possible.

The conditions at this boot camp were really not sugary, and the fact that Matt was at home at this time naturally created a negative attitude towards him. Training was so hard that after four days everyone wanted to quit,


The conditions at this boot camp were really not sugary, and the fact that Matt was at home at this time naturally created a negative attitude towards him. The training was so hard that after four days everyone wanted to quit, but Tom Hanks persuaded them to pull themselves together. Matt said that when he eventually showed up on set, his co-stars were hostile towards him and it showed on screen.


11. When Alan Rickman was filming the end of Die Hard, the director told him that he would count down from three and that Hans would fall to his death after he said "one" but told the stuntmen to let him go first.

The actor was dropped just a moment earlier than he expected, but there is genuine fear in his eyes. And although Alan, as you might imagine, was not too happy with such a trick, the end result was worth it.


12. While filming The Exorcist, director William Friedkin fired a gun on set to really scare the actors.

In his defense, Friedkin said that he used blanks, but the actors portrayed exactly the emotions that he needed, and at the same time looked very believable.


13. Jay Baruchel was so afraid of roller coasters that he even made a deal with Knocked Up director Judd Apatow to film the earthquake scene naked if he didn't have to ride any of the rides. However, those who have watched the movie know that Judd did not keep his promise.

Jay was sure that his agreement with Judd was still valid (Jay told him that he was going to have a panic attack), but on the right day, Jonah Hill did not appear for the shooting of this scene, and Judd persuaded Jay to film instead of Jonah. Therefore, the screams in the film are real.


14. Steven Spielberg hired a female stuntman to play the first victim in Jaws. She was tied to a cable, and the diver was ready to pull her under the water. After the first few takes were unsuccessful, Spielberg ordered the actress to be dragged under the water unexpectedly for her - so although the shark was a prop, the victim was drowning as if in reality

All this looked so realistic that many thought that the girl was really injured. It was rumored that her ribs and hip were broken, but in fact she was not injured, except for the fright from the unexpectedness of what was happening.


15. The first dance at the Yule Ball is one of Harry's most awkward Goblet of Fire moments, and it's no coincidence that Daniel Radcliffe had a lot less time to memorize the choreography than the rest of the cast.

In the book, Harry is described as a bad dancer, and thanks to Daniel's busy filming schedule, this was reflected in the film. While he was busy filming the tournament scenes, the other actors spent all their free time choreographing. They rehearsed a lot together, while Daniel had only four days to prepare for the ball.


16. It's more of an accident when nature took the actors by surprise, but it's worth mentioning. There is a scene in Call Me by Your Name where Elio and Oliver are climbing the hill towards the waterfall. It's a happy scene, but the actors' cheers are actually reactions to nettle burns on the field.

Director Luca Guadaningo only had a short window of time to film the entire scene—the "waterfall" was actually a hydroelectric dam that only opened once a year. Since there were few opportunities for re-shoots, there was probably no time to pay attention to small things like nettles.


17. Avoiding spoilers in Marvel movies is no joke, so in Endgame, the directors made sure no one found out. So when it came to filming Tony's funeral, some of the actors thought they would be in the wedding scene.

After Avengers: Endgame was released, Tom Holland and Mark Ruffalo released photos from the day of filming, despite the fact that everyone present was forbidden to film what was happening on smartphones.


One can only wonder how the actors were able to reincarnate in such a way and demonstrate grief after such a prank.



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