- The US version lists: I Love Lucy (1951), Moon Landing, Berlin Wall (Up + Down), Steve Jobs (Apple), Disco, Thai Food, Star Wars/Trek, Nirvana (Band), Rocky (1976) (Rocky II (1979)?) and Troubleman (Soundtrack).
- The UK version lists The Beatles, Sean Connery, and Sherlock (2010).
- The Italian version mentions Vasco Rossi, Ferrari's victories at F1 Grand Prix, and Roberto Benigni.
- The French version mentions 1998 World Cup, Louis de Funès, Coluche, The Fifth Element (1997), and Daft Punk.
- The Russian version lists: Yuri Gagarin, Vladimir Vysotskiy, and Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (1980).
- The Brazilian version lists: Wagner Moura, Ayrton Senna, Xuxa Meneghel, and Mamonas Assassinas.
- The South Korean version mentions Oldeuboi and soccer player Ji Sung Park.
- The Spanish version lists: tennis player Rafael Nadal, Chupa Chups (a popular candy brand), Héroes del Silencio (Band), 1978 Constitution, and Camilo José Cela (Nobel Prize winner).
- The Mexican version mentions Nobel Prize winner Octavio Paz and astronaut Rodolfo Neri Vela.
- The Latin American versions mention Shakira, and Alexander Pierce and Nick Fury working with the US Embassy in Bogota, Colombia against the ELN Guerrillas.
- In Iron Man 3 (2013), Aldrich Killian loses an arm during the battle with Tony Stark.
- In Thor 2: The Dark World (2013), Loki cuts off Thor's arm on Svartalfheim.
- In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Bucky lost his arm during his fall from the train.