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That time Bruce Lee filmed a movie, literally from the grave

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Bruce Lee is oft-regarded as one of the greatest martial artists ever and his films are considered some of the best examples of the martial arts genre. An impressive feat considering he only appeared in like 5 such films, one of which was filmed when he was dead which necessitated some, shall we say, creative problem solving. 

That time they suplexed a whole-ass truck, for Batman

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Christopher Nolan is a filmmaker who generally insists on realising as many things as possible in his movies via practical effects. An ethos that resulted in the director supervising the first and perhaps only, truck suplex ever filmed when making The Dark Knight.

That time Burger King told people to betray friends, for burger

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It’s often said that you can’t put a price on friendship. Then again this saying was coined long before concept of a friend was diluted to the point it can mean people you met once, at a party you don’t remember, 5 years ago. Something the company Burger King decided to showcase when they offered people the chance to win a free burger for telling 10 Facebook friends to fuck all the way off. 

The Addams Family lived in a bright pink swag house

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If there are four things people know about the Addams Family it’s that they’re creepy, kooky, mysterious and dare we say it, spooky, something epitomised by the Addamses palatial estate filled to brim with creepy shit. A house that was, at least in the original series, bright pink. Largely because nobody dressing the set needed to give a shit. 

Game of Thrones is literally written with one finger

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Prior to the 8th season of the show shitting the bed from such a great height the impact of it landing obliterated the series from public consciousness, Game of Thrones was pretty popular. This said, there is still a very dedicated fanbase waiting for the last few books to be released. Something they’re probably going to be doing for a long-ass time considering series author, George R.R. Martin, writes the books with one finger.