Companies like Disney and Pixar are well known for the Easter eggs they hide throughout their movies, but some hidden gems are more difficult to find than others. The latest such example, from the classic poster for Gremlins, was apparently unknown until this week, around the movie’s 30th anniversary, when a reader brought it to the attention of /Film.
You’re unlikely to spot it looking at the full poster:
But if you zoom in:
That’s the E.T.-inspired logo of Steven Spielberg’s production company, Amblin Entertainment, which also produced Gremlins.
(Via Cinema Blend.)
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