17 Movie Bloopers That Have Become an Eyesore to Attentive Viewers
Filmmaking is a time-consuming and complicated process. The filming of a single scene may take a few hours or even days. And the editing can be done using footage taken during different periods of time. This is why bloopers appear.
An actor can put on the wrong accessory, or a set dresser can arrange props in a different way. Sometimes it even happens that the movie director makes a mistake on purpose, as if trying to send a hidden message to viewers.
At Bright Side, we love to find bloopers in movies — here’s a new collection of them.
In the movie The Lost City, Sandra Bullock’s character wears a very tight jumpsuit that has no pockets. So, where did she keep her phone?
In the same movie, Daniel Radcliffe’s character travels by car. But a few moments earlier, you can see that there is no one on the passenger’s seat.
In Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, people in the street disappear and reappear during the meeting of Dumbledore and Credence.
And the passengers of the tram where the wizards have teleported behave like nothing strange or dangerous is happening.
In the movie Don’t Look Up, the gloves on the main heroine’s hands appear and disappear during the discovery scene.
In the same movie, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character leaves his phone in the car phone mount. But as soon as he steps out of his car, his phone is already in his pocket.
During the closing credits of the movie Don’t Look Up, the bag of Jonah Hill’s character is floating around in space. But in the next scene, you can see it on the character’s hand.
In the movie Casino Royale, the armrest under the character’s right arm changes its position constantly.
In the comedy Marry Me, the call on Jennifer Lopez’s phone screen is still active, even though she’s already finished it, according to the story.
In the action movie Red Notice, Dwayne Johnson’s character hands a glass of water to Ryan Reynolds. But in the next shot, Dwayne is holding the glass again.
The old car found in the same movie would have never started because the battery would’ve been flat after 90 years of storage.
A banana slice that stuck to the main character’s cheek in the movie Cruella becomes bigger in a matter of seconds.
Pieces of confetti on the main characters’ heads in the movie Death on the Nile change their position as the camera angle changes.
Robert De Niro’s character in the movie The War with Grandpa grabs his right knee after falling. But his left knee is bandaged afterward.
In the movie House of Gucci, Lady Gaga’s character is listening to music on her portable cassette player. But these players weren’t introduced until a year after the events shown in the movie.
In the musical West Side Story, one of the mirrors is opaque for some reason. This was probably done to avoid showing reflections of the filming crew.
In the movie The Witches, the grandmother opens the curtains to show the room to the boy. But when the camera angle changes, the curtain on the right looks different.
It’s not quite clear how Wonder Woman manages to carry a huge sword behind her back.
But most importantly, how does she take it out of there? You can’t do it with one motion because a person’s hands are not long enough for this.
Do you usually notice movie bloopers? Do they spoil the movie, in your opinion?