It's Easter Sunday and we hope you've all gorged yourselves senseless on chocolate. But did you know there's a completely different kind of Easter egg, in the form of hidden jokes located within your
If you've been guessing the Easter Eggs on our Twitter page @Cineworld, here's a breakdown of them all. How many did you get right? Scroll down to find out.
Mrs Potts in Disney's Tarzan
Nice bit of cross-referencing here between Beauty and the Beast and a completely different Disney property.
The Shining in The Angry Birds Movie
The evil pigs appear to be taking a life from the terrifying ghostly twins seen in Stanley Kubrick's classic horror.
Minions in The Secret Life of Pets
Did you spot the little minion on Norman's owner's night stand? How sly is that?
Frozen in Disney's
Yep, it's two elephants dressed like Anna and Elsa!
Planet of the Apes
Three orangutans adopt the classic pose. Subtle, but effective.
Harold Ramis putting the bust in Ghostbusters
One of the original Ghostbusters icons is
E.T. in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
And not just one but a whole group of them! (See also Yoda popping up in E.T. itself.)
The Mall switcheroo in Back to the Future
Captain America's shield in Iron Man
Look in the back left of the following image. Had Cappy and Tony Stark crossed paths before we even got to the first Avengers movie?
Feige's Pizza in Deadpool
Marvel chief Kevin Feige is immortalized in food form in the deliriously funny superhero extravaganza.
Howard the Duck in Guardians of the Galaxy
Is Benicio Del Toro's mad-haired Collector character a fun of the much-reviled 80s movie? Either way, it's a blast seeing Howard back.
The Joker in The Dark Knight Rises
Heath Ledger may have tragically died in 2008 but that wasn't enough to stop his celebrated villain turning up in Christopher Nolan's third Batman movie. If you look closely, you can see The Joker on the front of the magazine in this shot!
Classic movie Easter eggs
Starbucks in Fight Club
Did you know there's a Starbucks cup inserted into every scene of David Fincher's cult classic? It's a devious way of reinforcing the film's anti-consumerist message.
The X of Doom in The Departed
Nope, not some weird occult thing but just a very clever way of director Martin Scorsese foreshadowing who's for the chop in his modern crime classic.
Batman v Superman in I Am Legend
Now this one is properly weird. A full nine years before the official movie was released, a logo appears in the background of the post-apocalyptic Will Smith thriller...
Club Obi Wan in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Another bit of Spielberg/Lucas in-
How many of these did you spot? Let us know @Cineworld.