The Biggest Errors In The Latest Blockbusters Which You Didn’t Notice

 The most successful films have had some glitches and it’s quite disappointing when you actually discover them. From Batman to Wonder Woman, their films might be classics but once you actually see the mistakes, you’ll never be able to look at the films in the same way.

Wonder Woman


 One of the biggest hits of 2017 has one very weird error. Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), who is an Amazonian warrior, is shown to have clean shaven armpits. Wonder Woman is from an ancient tribe and the film was based during the second World War. It is very unlikely that she would even have access to a razor to shave her armpits or even want to do it.

 Fans also thought her arms were digitally manipulated and photoshopped.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

 In the epic scene where Spider-Man (Tom Holland) keeps a ship from breaking into half, the ship doesn’t sink. Even if he is holding it apart with his web, any ship would have filled with water and have sunk.

 Thor: Ragnarok

 In one of the funniest scenes in Ragnarok, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) throws his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to attack a bunch of guards. A flying Loki obviously makes the guards fall down, but one guard who wasn’t even touched by Loki is shown to be falling.

 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

 Star Wars, too, has its share of errors. In a scene in Rogue One Chirrut sends in a group of stormtroopers for combat. One trooper kicks some dirt, but scientifically speaking, his helmet would have stopped that and some fans noticed.

 The Fate of the Furious

 The Furious franchise might be your favourite, but has had some pretty big logical mistakes. In one of the scenes, one of the biggest missiles were shown to be seeking heat for functioning right, but missiles travel at an extraordinary speed, even if they are slowed down.

 The Dark Knight Rises

 This might be the most successful movie of the Batman franchise, but it had a minor uh-oh moment. In one scene, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) reads up on a criminal, and in one of the newspapers the word ‘heist’ is spelt wrongly as ‘hiest.’

 The Avengers

 In one of the scenes, Captain America (Chris Evans) is hit by the alien tribe Chitauri and is badly hurt as he us hit with a bolt. But as Iron Man (Robert Downey Junior) finds him and helps him stand up, Captain America’s injury seems to have fixed itself.

 Quantum of Solace

 In the Bond sequel, one of the scenes were shot in the port of Haiti, where Bond meets the villain. One of the extras was seen sweeping air, and it looked hilarious.

 Pirates of the Caribbean

 In the Pirates franchise, fans spotted some crew members aboard the Black Pearl ship, as Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) talked to his crew. In fact, the crew member is wearing a cowboy hat and looking out into the sea, which makes it even funnier.

 Iron Man 2

 In Iron Man 2, the villain Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke) talks on the phone after being seriously injured. His profusely bleeding hands are seen in one shot, and in the next sequence, the blood magically gets reduced.

 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

 In one of the sequences as Harry, Ron and Hermione time travel back to earlier that day, fans noticed a disappointing glitch. In the actual sequence, a pot gets broken into half by a pebble. But when they time travel and it happens again, the pot is shown to have been broken in a very different way.

 Star Wars: The Force Awakens

In Force Awakens when Daisy Ridley is talking to Harrison Ford, fans suddenly spotted red wires appear out of nowhere. What’s worse, is that they were on the screen for quite some time and nobody even acknowledged it.

 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

 In the sequence where everybody is gathered at the Great Hall at Hogwarts, Harry, Ron and Hermione are seated together. In one scene, Harry and Hermione are seated opposite to each other. Bu in the next shot, they are shown seated side-by-side.

 Twilight

 In one of the most crucial scenes, when Bella (Kristen Stewart) is in the hospital, with tubes attached to her nose, fans noticed a very obvious mistake. In one shot, the tubes went across her eyes, but in the next they straightened and go behind her ear. Since this almost never happens in real life, fans were quite upset with the weak direction.

 Captain America: Winter Soldier

 In one of the scenes when Captain America and Black Widow are escaping the mall, they notices Agent Rumlow in the next escalator. But in one shot he has a man in front of him, and in the next shot, it is a woman.