The star that's closest to our sun, Proxima Centauri, is still much farther away than Pluto.
For every grain of sand on every beach on Earth, there are 10,000 stars in the universe.
The number of H2O molecules in 10 drops of water are equal to the number of all the stars in the universe.
Because of the lack of atmosphere, Mercury's sky is black and the stars probably can be seen during the day.
One can see the stars during the day from the bottom of a well.
The film Quo Vadis used 30,000 extras (and 63 lions).
The figure of Kong Kong seen in the original movie of the same name was actually a model 18 inches high.
In 1939, Hollywood film companies produced an average of two motion pictures every day.
During the casting of the film Gone with the Wind, more than 1,400 candidates were interviewed for the part of Scarlett O'Hara, and more than $92,000 was spent in the search.
Alfred Hitchcock directed the first talking film ever made in England. It was called Blackmail and was made in 1931.