12 Inconsistencies in “Twilight” That Only True Fans Have Noticed
The Twilight saga continues to have a lot of fans. Despite the fact that the last movie was released in 2012, more than 8 years ago, it continues to attract many viewers who watch each installment with the same excitement and surprise as the first time.
In fact, the Bright Side team is no exception, and we’re sharing a list of mistakes that have been found in these movies that no one would likely notice unless they were super thorough.
1. A perennial high school student
There are some people who are so happy in high school that they wish they could stay there forever, which seems to be the case with the Cullen brothers. It’s very strange that the children of the family spend most of their time in high school, although most of them, like Edward, look more like college students than the rest of their classmates.
2. Edward’s lost ring
In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1, Bella and Edward spend their honeymoon in Brazil. In the scene where they both travel in a cab, Edward intertwines his hand with his new wife’s, and you can see that he’s wearing a wedding ring. However, in a scene shortly after, the 2 are seen in full romance mode on the streets of Rio de Janeiro, and he’s no longer wearing it.
3. A girl in high school
There is a scene in Twilight, specifically in the gym when Bella plays volleyball and accidentally hits a teammate. Just as she runs to grab the ball, a girl suddenly appears on the scene. This is supposed to be high school, so we still don’t understand why she’s there.
4. The boy in the vest
In the first film, when Bella (Kristen Stewart) first arrives at the new high school, the boy who first addresses her doesn’t have a vest on, but when they get a close-up shot of him, he’s suddenly wearing one.
5. A magic camera or something like that...
In The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Bella receives a camera as a birthday present and decides to use it to take a group photo of her friends. In the scene, you can see both what Bella is looking at through the viewfinder of her camera and the final product. But just at that moment, when the group poses, 2 people pass by from behind, but, of course, this doesn’t appear in the viewfinder.
6. Vampiric force fail
In the honeymoon scene, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1, when Edward gets romantic and lifts Bella up, as the wedding tradition goes, he loses his balance a little, showing the human side of Robert Pattinson. However, for fiction, this is not very believable, as Edward is supposed to have super strength.
7. The egg bag
In the cafeteria scene, where the Cullen brothers first appear, one of them, Emmett, has a plastic bag with what appears to be a pound of eggs. Do vampires like protein-rich breakfasts?
8. Vampire skin sometimes shines and sometimes doesn’t.
The fact that the skin of the vampires in Twilight glows rather than burns was quite controversial. But the truth is this only seems to happen under certain circumstances, such as when Edward shows Bella how he looks when exposed to the sun’s rays because at other times, he appears under the light of day, and his skin doesn’t glow then.
9. The boom
It seems that the first movie has many more inconsistencies. For example, in the scene when Bella arrives at the high school in her old van, you can clearly see the production’s boom mic in the reflection of the window.
10. The unpredictable future
One of Alice Cullen’s abilities is to see the future. However, she seems to have some restrictions, including not being able to see werewolves. But that doesn’t seem to hold true in the big battle in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, as her projection shows everyone involved, including the wolves.
11. It seems that the mugs are a common gift.
Maybe because Forks is such a quaint town, but restaurants seem to allow diners to take the ceramic cups with them. This happens in Twilight when Bella’s friends come out of the diner and, as they walk around joking, you can see they’re carrying the local china.
12. A very peculiar decoration
Perhaps one of the funniest yet most enigmatic scenes in the saga is when Bella’s dad converses with Edward in what appears to be a “watch out for my daughter” type of chat. But what’s striking, besides the awkwardness of the conversation, is that there are a couple of ping-pong balls on the Swans’ dining room table.
What other details have you noticed in the Twilight movies that surprised you?