1. The R-rated film Planes, Trains and Automobiles would have been rated PG if not for the scene where Steve Martin says "fu*king" 18 times in one minute. Despite the rating, it is the only time in the movie where the word is used.
1. The 1981 Italian horror film ‘Nightmare’ was so controversial in the UK that the distributor received an 18-month prison sentence for refusing to edit 1 second of violence. The film had already been cut by over 3 minutes.
Rose's and Jack's love story is the modern version of Romeo and Juliet, but the movie Titanic has so much more to it. These are some interesting facts and details about one of the most successful films of all time.
1. The very last Peanuts comic strip, in which creator Charles Schultz ended the story of Charlie Brown and said farewell to his fans, was drawn by Schultz in November 1999. He would die in his sleep three months later, the night before the final comic was published.
1. The movie 'Vanilla Sky' has one of the most expensive movie scenes. To get Times Square empty for the scene, director Cameron Crowe got a deal with the NYPD to close off the area between 5 am and 8 am on a Sunday and paid over $1 million for 30 seconds of footage.