11 Jaw-Dropping Blunders in Beloved Movies and TV Shows That Likely Keep Their Creators Up at Night!

Rewatching our beloved movies and TV shows, we might catch some errors that slipped through during their grand productions. It makes one ponder how many other slip-ups went unnoticed by viewers.

1. The Witcher (2019)

Netflix’s adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s “The Witcher” series quickly captured fans’ hearts. Yet, it didn’t escape the eagle eyes of viewers who chuckled over Ciri’s drastically changing eyebrows as she aged.

2. Little Women (2019)

In a certain scene, attention unintentionally shifts from Timothée Chalamet to a conspicuously placed water bottle and, upon closer inspection, a metal thermos lurking in the background.

3. Downton Abbey (2010)

“Downton Abbey’s” production team painstakingly aimed for historical accuracy in costume design, but they stumbled with Lady Mary Crawley’s undergarments. Set in the early 1900s, the show mistakenly outfitted Michelle Dockery in an anachronistic corset, rather than the era-appropriate lower-chested ones.

4. Gladiator (2000)

Historical films often tweak costumes to align with contemporary tastes, a fate not spared by “Gladiator.” Despite Lucilla’s stylish portrayal, a boned corset, as depicted, wouldn’t have existed in the 2nd century C.E.

5. The Last Duel (2021)

“The Last Duel” features a scene where Marguerite de Carrouges fondly pets a Boston terrier puppy, a breed developed nearly five centuries later, in 1875, despite the movie recounting events from 1386.

6. Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

In “Murder on the Orient Express,” Poirot meticulously protects his mustache on the first night but neglects it the second. This lapse contradicts the detective’s known attention to detail, hinting at a probable oversight by the filmmakers.

7. Mary Queen of Scots (2018)

“Mary Queen of Scots” spans 26 years, from Mary Stuart’s return to Scotland in 1561 to her execution in 1587, without showing any aging of the characters except for changes in hairstyles and Elizabeth I’s facial scars.

8. 300 (2006)

Despite the meticulous attention to costumes, an incorrect choice of undergarments can betray a lack of historical accuracy, as seen with the 300 costume designers’ decision to include a modern bra in ancient Sparta.

9. Judy (2019)

10. The Revenant (2015)

Set in the 19th-century northwestern United States, Hugh Glass battles through winter wilderness without a knife and miraculously, his mustache remains unchanged, despite the long ordeal.

11. I, Tonya (2017)

During the 1994 Olympics scene in “I, Tonya,” Tonya Harding is seen with new-looking skates after a lace breaks, despite athletes typically using well-worn skates for both training and competition, contradicting archival footage.

Have you noticed any blunders in your favorite films or series?

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