You wont believe you missed these hidden gems in movies. They have been right there in front of us all along... some of them more obvious than others.
The restaurant name that Veronica Corningstone and another lady go to is named scupimos En Su Alimento which means when translated "We Spit in Your Food". Nice!
Pac-Man makes a sneaky appearance in the original Tron movie. Look to the right of the screen.
3. Iron Man
If you look closely to the left of this screen shot you can see a prototype of Captain America's shield.
Ham from toy story makes an appearance in Wall-E. He's on the shelve to the left of Eve's head.
5. Back To The Future
When Marty crashes into a family house in the 1950's the farmer calls his son Sherman and the mailbox says Peabody. They are the names of two cartoon characters who had a time machine.
6. Batman (1989)
Director Tim Burton acknowledges the original creator of Batman, Bob Kane by showing his signature on this drawing in the opening scene of the movie.
7. Scarface (1932)
You might not have noticed this before, but every time a character is about to die in Scarface an 'X' is shown.
8. I Am Legend
In I Am Legend a logo showing both the Batman and Superman logo together is spotted, a nod to the upcoming film Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016.
9. Star Trek
Oh looks, its R2-D2!
10. Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
E.T. makes an appearance in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Sneaky!
11. Evil Dead 2 (1987)
Freddy Krueger's glove makes an appearance in the Evil Dead 2.
12. The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
Many of the license plates on vehicles in the Matrix films were actually referencing parts of the bible. Agent Smith's license plate was IS5416 and referred to Isaiah 54:16 which reads as followed: "Behold, I have created the smith, who blows the fire of coals, and produces a weapon for its purpose. I have also created the ravager to destroy.”
The beast from Beauty and the Beast makes an appearance in a pile of toys.
14. Toy Story
This is surely not a coincidence. The carpet from Toy Story is the same as the one in the Shining.
15. King Kong (2005)
In the movie King Kong, the morse code you hear as they approach Skull Island says "Show Me The Monkey!".
16. Lilo and Stitch
Dumbo is there, just hanging out in the background.
Disney made this movie, so it doesn't come as much of a surprise that they snuck Mickey Mouse's head in the background of this shot.
Mickey also makes a quick appearance in Aladdin, this time in the form of a Tiger / Mouse.
19. Fight Club
In each scene a Starbucks coffee can be seen, which is pretty random.