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17 Movie Bloopers That Have Become An Eyesore To Viewers

Filming typically takes upwards of a year to complete for most production crews. The production of a film is undeniably a labor-intensive and time-consuming process.

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Filming typically takes upwards of a year to complete for most production crews. The production of a film is undeniably a labor-intensive and time-consuming process. So there are many hours of shooting and many reshoots for multiple reasons, including that some actors can put on the wrong costumes or accessories, and even the most professional and talented actors sometimes forget lines. When the crews begin shooting, there is a good chance that embarrassing mistakes can be avoided.

The problem is that some directors occasionally make a mistake on purpose, as if they were trying to convey a secret meaning to the audience in some way. But die-hard fans should never mistake it for a blooper or a fake blooper with an unbelievable message.

Let’s take a look at 17 bloopers that have become an eyesore to attentive viewers. Keep going down the page and have a look at them!

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#1 Robert De Niro’s character in “The War” with Grandpa grabbed his right knee after falling. But, look! His left knee was bandaged afterward.

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Source: © The War with Grandpa / The Fyzz Facility and co-producers

#2 In the movie “Don’t look up”, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character left his phone in the car phone mount. But as soon as he got out of the car, his phone was already in his pocket.

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Source: © Don’t Look Up / Hyperobject Industries and co-producers

#3 In the movie The Lost City, Sandra Bullock’s character wore a very tight jumpsuit that has no pockets. Where did she put her phone?

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Source: © The Lost City / Paramount Pictures and co-producers

#4 In the Don’t Look Up closing credits, Jonah Hill’s character bag is floating in space. However, it actually was in the character’s hand in the next scene.

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Source: © Don’t Look Up / Hyperobject Industries and co-producers

#5 In “The Lost City”, Daniel Radcliffe’s character traveled by car. But a moment before that, you can see that there was no one in the passenger seat.

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Source: © The Lost City / Paramount Pictures and co-producers

#6 It is unclear how Wonder Woman carried a huge sword on her back.

Source: © Wonder Woman / Warner Bros. and co-producers

#7 In Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, the people on the street incredibly disappeared and reappeared during the meeting of Dumbledore and Credence.

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Source: © Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore / Warner Bros. and co-producers

#8 In the comedy Marry Me, the call on Jennifer Lopez’s phone screen was still connected, even though she ended the call, according to the story.

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Source: © Marry Me / Universal Pictures and co-producers

#9 In the movie Don’t Look Up, the gloves on the female lead’s hand appeared and disappeared during the discovery scene.

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Source: © Don’t Look Up / Hyperobject Industries and co-producers

#10 In the movie Casino Royale, the armrest under the character’s right arm changed position continuously.

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Source: © Casino Royale / Columbia Pictures and co-producers

#11 In the movie House of Gucci, Lady Gaga’s character was listening to music on her portable cassette player. But these players were not introduced until a year after the events shown in the film.

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Source: © House of Gucci / BRON Studios and co-producers

#12 In the action movie Red Notice, Dwayne Johnson’s character handed a glass of water to Ryan Reynolds. But in the next scene, Dwayne was holding the glasses.

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Source: © Red Notice / Seven Bucks Productions and co-producers

#13 The confetti on the heads of the main characters in Death on the Nile changed position as the camera angle changed.

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Source: © Death on the Nile / 20th Century Studio and co-producers

#14 In the musical West Side Story, one of the mirrors was questionably opaque. This was probably done to avoid showing the crew’s reflections.

Source: © West Side Story / 20th Century Studios and co-producers

#15 The old car found in “Red Notice” would never start because the battery will die after 90 years of storage.

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Source: © Red Notice / Seven Bucks Productions and co-producers

#16 In the movie The Witches, the grandmother dragged the curtains to show the boy’s room. But when the camera angle changed, the right curtain looked totally different.

Source: © The Witches / Warner Bros. and co-producers

#17 A slice of banana stuck to the cheek of the main character in Cruella became bigger in just a few seconds.

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Source: © Cruella / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers