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Reminds me of the one in Hot Fuzz too
Andy: You do know there are more guns in the country than there are in the city. Everyone and their mums is packin' round here!
Angel: Like who?
Andy: Who else?
Andy: Farmers' mums.
Lo and behold, during the later scenes, one farmer's mum is shooting right at them.
Love these movies.
The Cornetto Trilogy is impossibly dense with stuff like this. Infinitely rewatchable.
That's fantastic! I love subtle, easy to miss details, that are also kinda right in your face if you're familiar enough with it.
How's that for a slice of fried gold?
Edgar Wright does this at the beginning of Baby Driver too. Everything on the TV when he is flipping channels near the beginning happens in a similar fashion.
Love that movie, also when he's playing video games in the beginning matches him shooting the zombies at the end
It's not as subtle, but this also happens in The World's End: the events from the boys' attempt at the pub-crawl foreshadow what happens in the attempt as adults.
There's also a ton of foreshadowing in the first few scenes. Everyone in the opening credits is seen later as a zombie and some of the dialogue is telling: "next time I see you, you're dead!" Etc.