In the movie Now You See Me 2, there is a heist sequence where the Four Horsemen transfer a computer chip hidden in a playing card to each other using sleight of hand. The back palm is used to hide the playing card in a scene where a security guard tells Jack Wilder (Dave Franco) to turn his palms facing him. The back palm is a sleight-of-hand technique that can make a card seem to vanish before the spectator's eyes. It can also be used to keep a card close in hand during a card trick until it is ready to be utilized. Additionally, the basic foundation for the back palm can be used for cardistry moves like Backdrop, by Kevin Ho.