15 Impressive Details In Harry Potter Movies You Probably Didn’t Notice

15 Impressive Details In Harry Potter Movies You Probably Didn’t Notice
No matter how many times you’ve seen it, the expertise of the directors and all those involved in the filming process of the Harry Potter series is evident, considering the attention given to the smallest details. So, in dedication to all the cool witches and wizards, here’s a list of some tiny whiny details in the Harry Potter series you probably missed.

The ‘Boy Who Lived’ captured fans all over the world since the release of the first movie in 2001, grossing $978 million at the box office worldwide. The seven sequels ended with 8 movies in 2011. It has already been 9 years but the number of fans are only increasing.

One in A Hundred YouTube videos describing Harry Potter theories have some peculiar connotations. and my advice would be to avoid falling in the rabbit hole. Follow-ups of the Harry Potter series, the Fantastic Beasts, also have gained a lot of attention although they are not as astounding, according to reviews. The third of the series is to be released on November 12, 2021, in Ireland. The whole series of Fantastic Beasts was directed by David Yates, the same director who directed the later four movies of Harry Potter.

The whole series surely must’ve topped your watch-list during lock-down, but make sure to keep your eyes open for the hidden details the next time you decide to binge-watch this wonderful series.

#1 When Harry Reveals That He’s Alive In Deathly Hallows Part 2, George Is Thrilled By The News And Turns Around To Tell Fred, Only To Remember That He Lost His Brother.

The comedic duo captured all hearts as they never failed to turn the gravest situations to the funniest. The loss of one was unbearable not only to his brother but to the entire audience as well.

#2 Snape’s First Confrontation With Harry And His Hidden Message

When they first meet at the Potions class, Harry isn’t looking at Professor Snape which makes him think he is not paying attention but Harry is actually writing down everything he says. For one of the questions Snape asks Harry, Harry can’t tell the answer to one, and not-so-surprisingly Hermoine does. This particular question is related to his mother. Snape asks Harry if he knows what would result in adding the powdered roots of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood. If you don’t know about Victorian-era flower symbolism, you would’ve surely missed this one. Wormwood indicates loss and absence while the lily Asphodel symbolizes demise. So, with his statement, he is actually referring to Lily Potter.

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

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#4 In the Harry Potter Films, Voldemort’s Robes Fades in Color Every Time a Horcrux Is Destroyed, To Improvise That He Is Slowly Fading Away

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#5 In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (2001), You Can See A Portrait Of Anne Boleyn Hanging In The Staircase.

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Anne, a wife of Henry VIII, was accused of being a witch and was executed afterward.

#6 The End Credits Of  ‘Goblet Of Fire’ Feature An Ironical Statement: ‘No Dragons Were Harmed In The Making Of This Movie’

#7 In ‘The Sorcerer’s Stone ‘, You Can See McGonagall’s Name On The Quidditch Trophy Right Next To James Potter

This explains why McGonagall has a strong desire to beat Slytherin.

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

#9 In ‘Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix’ (2007), Harry Wears Button-Down Sweaters At The Meetings

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

#11 In ‘Prisoner Of Azkaban,’ A Wizard Played By Stone Roses Front-man Ian Brown, Is Reading Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History Of Time’

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

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

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

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