9 Subtle Details From Films That Completely Changed Our View of Them
While most of us watch a film to relax and be entertained, some people keep an eye out for every tiny detail. The people who make these films sometimes leave little Easter eggs and fun information for us to catch and learn more about the characters by. These 10 movie details are hard to spot, but some people have hawk-like eyes and end up finding them.
Lisa Kudrow’s character in Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion wears the same jacket as Courteney Cox’s character in Scream.
While they were co-stars on Friends, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox shared another unexpected connection: a red jacket both of their characters wore in separate movies. The jacket Kudrow wears in Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion was spotted on Cox in Scream.
The actress who plays Luna Lovegood in Harry Potter made her earrings herself.
The actress herself made the radish earrings the character Luna Lovegood wears in Harry Potter. According to a costume designer for the franchise, Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood, designed many pieces her character wore in the actual films.
The chainmail in Monty Python and the Holy Grail is actually knitted yarn.
The White Witch’s crown melts as her power dwindles in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Umbridge’s costumes get darker the more evil she becomes.
Another small detail that adds to the Harry Potter universe is hidden in Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix. As the movie progresses and Umbridge’s character becomes even eviler, the shade of pink she wears also becomes darker.
Dr. Facilier’s shadow turns the wallpaper design into skulls in The Princess and the Frog.
The shadow Dr. Facilier in The Princess and The Frog casts on the wallpaper behind him subtly changes the design pattern to skulls, signifying his evil intentions.
In The Dark Knight, Joker constantly licked his lips because of the prosthetic scars Heath Ledger wore.
One of the most memorable aspects of the Joker’s character from The Dark Knight was the constant licking of his lips. However, this became part of the film because Heath Ledger had to constantly lick his lips to keep the prosthetic scars in place. It wasn’t planned, but it suited the character so much it stayed in.
Gal Gadot’s blue dress in Wonder Woman (2017) references the 1975 Wonder Woman series.
Laurie and Joe constantly exchange outfits in Little Women (2019).
A noticeable costume decision in Little Women was for Laurie and Joe to constantly exchange outfits. The costume designer deliberately did this swap to show how close their bond was.
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