12 Times Creators Left Hidden Nods and Tributes Inside Their Movies


Sometimes small hidden marks in movies can be as important as what’s in the script, and even play a role in helping audiences understand the plot of the film. Spotting these little nods and tributes can be fun for the observant viewer. It can also give the audience more information about the creators of our favorite movies than any biography.

1. The Shakespeare bust in The Batman (2022) and Batman (1966)

In The Batman (2022), a bust of William Shakespeare can be seen near Alfred at Wayne Manor. This was a sly reference to the 1966 Batman TV series where Shakespeare’s head contained a secret button when pushed, leading to the entrance of the Bat Cave.

2. The perfect timing in Doc and Marty’s shot

In Back to the Future Part III, when Doc and Marty were taking a picture with the new clock for the clock tower, the time was 08:08. This was a subtle nod to the 88 miles per hour the DeLorean needs to travel through time.

3. The sweet tribute to Stan Lee in Spider-man: No Way Home

Stan Lee, one of the creators of the Spider-man comic book, was the subject of one Easter egg in Spider-man: No Way Home. In the scene where Spider-man was about to face Doc Ock, Stan Lee’s birthday, December 28 or 12-28, can be seen on top of the taxicab behind him.

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