Easter egg hunters, look no further. These movies are packed with inside jokes and hidden messages. Our list of movies with the most Easter eggs includes “Deadpool” (2016), “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” (2015), the “Harry Potter” franchise (2001-11), “Guardians of the Galaxy” (2014), and “It” (2017). What’s YOUR favorite Easter egg from these movies? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Is their a difference between Product Placement and Easter eggs? I think “Wreck it Ralph 2” is more Product Placement then Easter Egg.

  2. Same as on Reddit and r/MovieDetails sub, I get so tired of people posting about anything Marvel or Disney/Pixar, these movies are made to be this way and none of the secrets should be surprising it’s just part of the movie.

  3. “Keep your eyes peeled.” What about ears? Easter eggs can also be found in the form of speech.

  4. How to introduce Easter eggs in your movie…
    Just throw every toys… Poster… Etc or locations you owns…that link to movies or any real life events

  5. I don’t think that a movie made from pop culture counts. It’s basically an Easter egg on its own.

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