It’s one of the strange things about making a movie: you can create entire worlds inside a computer and have winged dragons facing off against giant fire-breathing robots, but you can’t show someone dialling a real phone number on screen. Ever since the 1950s, when you see someone dial or recite a phone number, chances are it’ll start with the numbers 555.
“There’s a crossover between ‘X-Men’ and ‘Game Of Thrones’, they’re both about a younger generation finding their powers, finding out who they are, and what their place in the world is. “Obviously, they did it for that character because Brando showed up so fat Coppola didn’t know how to introduce him, and he thought ‘I’ll do it very slowly and gradually and hide the body’ because it might be a shock to the audience.
Not only did James Cameron go two months over schedule and £42m over budget, he was the subject of a cruel and potentially very dangerous prank. The image is actually mirrored, because Cameron is left-handed, unlike DiCaprio, who is right-handed.