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Brilliant Small Details That You 100% Missed In The Harry Potter Movies

The Harry Potter Saga was built with incredible details. Here are some things which even the biggest of Potterheads might have missed.

Harry Potter is any day the world’s most recognizable franchise. The saga spanned over ten years and eight movies: eight films with varying production members, different adventures, new characters, and developing plots. All of the Harry Potter films have turned out to be enormously successful.

Some fans have read the Harry Potter books and some have seen the Harry Potter movies. While some Potterheads have read the books and watched the movies again and again. The films being timeless classics always find a way into our hearts and are worthy of million rewatches.
It is the impressive attention to design and detail in the Harry Potter films which make them what they are.
However, there happen to be tons of delightful details and Easter Eggs hidden throughout the HP movies which might have gone unnoticed by you even after all your rewatches. Pull out your wand and get ready to learn some of the intricate details in the Harry Potter films which will blow your mind!

In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (2001), You Can See A Portrait Of Anne Boleyn Hanging In The Staircase. Anne, A Wife Of Henry Viii, Was Accused Of Being A Witch And Subsequently Executed

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The WB Logos During The Harry Potter Intros Become Darker Every Year, Just Like The Movies

Harry Potter Intros Become Darker Every Year, Just Like The Movies

The End Credits Of ‘Goblet Of Fire’ Feature A Quirky Disclaimer Titled ‘No Dragons Were Harmed In The Making Of This Movie’

The End Credits Of 'Goblet Of Fire' Feature This Magical Disclaimer: 'No Dragons Were Harmed In The Making Of This Movie'

In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone’ There is A Scene Where Neville Gets A Remembrall. He Can’t Recall What He has Forgotten But It’s Probably His Robe, As He’s The Only One Not Wearing It.

In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone,’ McGonagall’s Name Can Be Seen On The Quidditch Trophy Right Next To James Potter

In 'The Sorcerer's Stone,' You Can See Mcgonagall's Name On The Quidditch Trophy Right Next To James Potter

When Harry Shows Signs Of Life In Deathly Hallows Part 2, George Turns To Excitedly Tell Fred, Who’s Normally Always Next To Him But End Up Facing Disappointment

When Harry Reveals That He's Alive In Deathly Hallows Part 2, George Turns To Excitedly Tell Fred, Who's Normally Always Next To Him

 

Every Time A Horcrux Was Destroyed, Voldemort’s Robes Faded In Colour To Give The Signify That He Was Slowly Turning Weak

 

In ‘Prisoner Of Azkaban,’ Newt Scamander Appears On The Marauder’s Map Which Fred and George Weasley Gifted Harry

During The Scene Where Snape Dies, A Gryffindor Scarf Is Visible Hanging Up In The Background. It Is Said To Be A Reference To His Bravery And Dumbledore Saying “I sometimes think we Sort too soon” In The Books

Hermione’s Hair Length Increases Throughout Deathly Hallows Part 1 To Show How Long The Trio Of Her, Ron, And Harry Have Been Traveling In Search Of Horcruxes

In ‘Prisoner Of Azkaban,’ A Wizard Played By Stone Roses Frontman Ian Brown Is Reading Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History Of Time’. Seems Like The Wizarding World Was Also A Fan Of The Theoretical Physicist

  1. In 'Prisoner Of Azkaban,' A Wizard — Played By Stone Roses Frontman Ian Brown — Is Reading Stephen Hawking's 'A Brief History Of Time'

In ‘Order Of The Phoenix,’ There’s A Wizarding World Themed Version Of Cheerios Called Cheeri-Owls

In 'Order Of The Phoenix,' There's A Wizarding World Version Of Cheerios Called Cheeri-Owls

In ‘The Half-Blood Prince,’ When We See Tom Riddle’s Childhood Bedroom There Are Seven Rocks On The Windowsill In That Bedroom, Foreshadowing Riddle Splitting His Soul Into Seven Horcruxes

In 'The Half-Blood Prince,' When We See Tom Riddle's Childhood Bedroom There Are Seven Rocks On The Windowsill In That Bedroom, Foreshadowing Riddle Splitting His Soul Into Seven Horcruxes

In Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2, Snape Is Still Helping The Order Of The Phoenix When He Re-Directs Mcgonagall’s Spells To His Fellow Death Eaters

Earlier in Deathly Hallows — Part 2, before he dies, Snape briefly battles Professor McGonagall. It's tense and badass and my girl, of course, wins.

In Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004), A Courtyard Fountain Has Statues Of An Eagle Eating A Snake. This Is A Citation To Mexico’s Flag. Director Alfonso Cuaron Who Is Of Mexican Heritage, Wanted To Pay Tribute To His .

In Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004), A Courtyard Fountain Has Statues Of An Eagle Eating A Snake. This Is A Reference To The Mexican Flag. Director Alfonso Cuaron Wanted To Pay Tribute To His Mexican Heritage.

in “The Order of the Phoenix” The Ministry Of Magic’s Access Code Is 6-2-4-4-2, Which Spells Out M-A-G-I-C

The Ministry Of Magic's Access Code Is 6-2-4-4-2, Which Spells Out M-A-G-I-C

 

In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone,’ You Can See Aunt Petunia Dying Dudley’s Old Clothes Gray For Harry’s School Uniform, Which Was A Scene In The Books

In 'The Sorcerer's Stone,' You Can See Aunt Petunia Dying Dudley's Old Clothes Gray For Harry's School Uniform, Which Was A Scene In The Books

The Ways Harry, Ron, And Hermione Wear Their Scarves And Ties Reflect Their Personalities

In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (2002) Before Harry Gets Sucked Into Tom Riddles Diary, He’s In A Candle Lit Room. When He’s In The Diary, Everything Is In Black And White Yet, The Candle Light Flickering On His Body Can Be Evidently Seen

In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (2002) Before Harry Gets Sucked Into Tom Riddles Diary, He’s In A Candle Lit Room. When He’s In The Diary, Everything Is In Black And White Yet, We Can Still See The Candle Light Flickering On His Body

In ‘The Goblet Of Fire,’ A Shadow Of Nagini Slithering Can Be Seen In The Warner Bros. Logo (See Bottom)

In Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (2007), Harry Wears Button-Down Sweaters At Dumbledore Army Meetings Similar To What Professor Lupin Would Wear. This Was Daniel Radcliffe’s Idea As He Thought Harry Would Want To Emulate His Favorite Defence Against The Dark Teacher

The Title Of The Second Film In The Fantastic Beasts Franchise, “The Crimes Of Grindelwald” Evidently Portrays The Deathly Hallows Symbols

The Title Of The Second Film In The Fantastic Beasts Franchise, “The Crimes Of Grindelwald” Contain The Deathly Hallows

If Seen With A Sharp Eye, In The Background Of The Cafe In Deathly Hallows Part I, There’s A Poster On The Wall For The Play “Equus” Which Is An Actual Play That Starred Daniel Radcliffe And Richard Griffiths

In The Background Of The Cafe In Deathly Hallows Part I, There’s A Poster For The Play “Equus” — A Real Play That Starred Daniel Radcliffe And Richard Griffiths

In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone,’ Harry’s Scar Burns Because Quirrell Has His Back To Him, Meaning Voldemort, On The Back Of Quirrell’s Head, Is Facing Him

In 'The Sorcerer's Stone,' Harry's Scar Burns Because Quirrell Has His Back To Him, Meaning Voldemort, On The Back Of Quirrell's Head, Is Facing Him

In ‘Chamber Of Secrets,’ One Of The Options On Molly Weasley’s Magical Clock Is ‘Prison’ The Hands Of The Clock Point To Inscriptions Around The Face Which Indicate Where That Person Is At The Moment.

In 'Chamber Of Secrets,' One Of The Options On Molly Weasley's Magical Clock Is 'Prison'

 

In The Chamber Of Secrets, Sherbet Lemon Is The Password Into Dumbledore’s Office. Seems Like He is A Sweet Tooth As, In The Half-Blood Prince, The Candy Can Be Seen On Dumbledore’s Desk

In The Chamber Of Secrets, Sherbet Lemon Is The Password Into Dumbledore's Office. Then, In The Half-Blood Prince, The Candy Can Be Seen On Dumbledore's Desk

In ‘Goblet Of Fire,’ We Catch A Glimpse Of The Deathly Hallows Symbol Way Before We Even Knew What They Were

In 'Goblet Of Fire,' We Catch A Shot Of The Deathly Hallows Symbol Way Before We Even Knew What They Were

In The Sorcerer’s Stone, School Children Wearing Green School Uniforms Walk By The Reptile Room. This Is A Nod To Slytherin’s House Color Being Green And Their Symbol Being A Snake

In The Sorcerer's Stone, School Children Wearing Green School Uniforms Walk By The Reptile Room. This Is A Nod To Slytherin's House Color Being Green And Their Symbol Being A Snake

When Oliver Wood Releases The Snitch While Teaching Harry How To Play Quidditch, He Immediately Loses Sight Of It, But Harry Keeps His Eye On The Snitch, Highlighting His Potential Talent As A Seeker

When Oliver Wood Releases The Snitch While Teaching Harry How To Play Quidditch, He Immediately Loses Sight Of It, But Harry Keeps His Eye On The Snitch, Highlighting His Future Talent As A Seeker

Did You Know? Chamber Of Secrets Has Got A Post-Credits Scene That Reveals The Fate Of Gilderoy Lockhart

Chamber Of Secrets Has A Post-Credits Scene That Reveals The Fate Of Gilderoy Lockhart

In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone,’ The Actor Who Played Lord Voldemort Is Credited As ‘He Who Must Not Be Named’. Suspense?

In 'The Sorcerer's Stone,' The Actor Who Played Lord Voldemort Is Credited As 'He Who Must Not Be Named'

In The Deathly Hallows Part 2, Lucius Malfoy’s Azkaban Prisoner Number Tattooed Can Be Seen On His Neck

In The Deathly Hallows Part 2, You Can Spy Lucius Malfoy's Azkaban Prisoner Number Tattooed On His Neck

In The Chamber Of Secrets, You Can Spot Gilderoy Lockhart’s Second Wig On His Desk

In The Chamber Of Secrets, You Can Spot Gilderoy Lockhart's Second Wig On His Desk

 

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