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Anand Abc

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  • 1. Movies!
  • 2. A is for A Shot in the Dark
    • It’s a Pink Panther movie with Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau
    • The film is from 1964
    • The film was originally supposed to be an adaptation of the French play L’Idiote
  • 3. B is for Bridge to Terabithia
    • It is a fantasy-drama film
    • The movie had a budget of $20 million but it earned $120 million.
    • Bridge to Terabithia was nominated for 7 awards
  • 4. C is for Chandni Chowk to China
    • It is an Indian/Chinese film
    • The Nepalese protested on this movie because of a false claim that Buddha was born in India. He was born in Nepal
    • This was Warner Bros. first Hindi film
  • 5. D is for Dhoom 2
    • It earned $34 million on opening day
    • A gaming company was going to make Dhoom 2 a game
    • It is an Indian film directed by Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra
  • 6. E is for E.T. Extra Terrestrial
    • It was directed by Steven Spielberg, the director of Jaws
    • This movie was more successful than Starwars
    • It had a $10.5 million budget
  • 7. F is for Fantastic Four
    • It was the second live action Fantastic Four film
    • It was released in 2005
    • Ioan Grufford acted as Mr. Fantastic
  • 8. G is for Ghostbusters
    • It earned $3.6 million on opening weekend
    • American Film Institute ranked 28 th on AFI’s 100 years of laughs
    • A real firehouse in New York served as the Ghostbusters base
  • 9. H is for High Anxiety
    • Mel Brooks was a main character
    • It is a parody on the films directed by Alfred Hitchcock
    • Some of it takes place in the fake place the Psychoneurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous
  • 10. I is for Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
    • It was the top grossing film of 1981
    • It was nominated for 9 academy awards, it won 5
    • Harrison Ford was 21 in this movie
  • 11. J is for Jaws
    • The creators of Jaws wanted a well known director but they had to settle for lesser known director Steven Spielberg
    • They made a video game based on Jaws
  • 12. K is for King Kong
    • Merian Cooper directed King Kong
    • The company RKD directed King Kong. This is a surprise because most monster movies are directed by Universal
    • King Kong was 50 feet tall
  • 13. L is for Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    • It was directed by Peter Jackson
    • Orlando Bloom acted as an elf
    • Howard Shore made the music, he also made the music for King Kong
  • 14. M is for Madagascar Escape 2 Africa
    • Chris Rock did the voice for Marty the zebra
    • It was produced by Dreamworks
    • Jada Pinkett Smith did the voice of Gloria the hippopotamus
  • 15. N is for Napoleon Dynamite
    • Its domestic gross was $44.5 million
    • Its budget was $400,000
    • Jon Heder acted as Napoleon Dynamite
  • 16. O is for Ocean’s 11
    • George Clooney starred as Danny Ocean
    • It is a remake of Rat Pack
    • It was directed by Steven Soderbergh