Mind-Blowing Marvel Movie Mistakes You Never Noticed
Even though Marvel is a huge franchise, they still make mistakes every now and again. Nobody’s perfect, and Marvel has proven that they are no exception to that rule. Marvel movies are full of goofs, slip-ups, and continuity errors. Were you able to catch any mistakes in your favorite Marvel movies?
Keep reading to see all the times Marvel just couldn’t get it together.
A Reappearing Lamp
When Peter Parker first discovers that he has spidey powers, he shoots a web out of his wrist and pulls a lamp across his bedroom.
The lamp crashes to the ground and breaks. In the next scene, we see the lamp still on his dresser. Explain that, Marvel.
Come On, Captain America
If you know anything about directions, you know that co-ordinates need a latitude and a longitude. If you just give me the North/South coordinates, how am I supposed to know where anything is?
Also two North/South coordinates are two different places. How can you be in two places at once?
Does Thor Have Powers We Don’t Know About?
Excuse me, Marvel, I believe that car had a dent in it, and now that dent is completely fixed. I know Thor is super strong and everything, but I don’t think he would take the time to un-dent that car.
I smell a continuity error.
Show Me The Money
First, we see the money in the wallet. Then, right when Bruce needs to make a quick grab for it, the money is suddenly out of the wallet and ripe for the grabbing.
I’m pretty sure money can’t just get up and start walking on its own.
A Self-Cleaning Mask
In Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man’s mask seems to magically clean itself. Is one shot the left eye of his mask is totally scuffed, and in the next shot it’s totally fine.
Maybe Spider-Man just repaired it super quickly with his extra strong web threads. Or maybe Marvel should be a bit more careful next time.
The Disappearing Headset
Headsets don’t just appear and disappear whenever they feel like it. They stay firmly attached to your ear unless they’re acted upon by an outside force. Yeah, I paid attention in physics class.
Apparently, the creators of Iron Man did not. Keep an eye on those headsets, people.
To Bleed Or Not To Bleed
First Tony Stark is bleeding, then he’s not bleeding. What is this witchcraft? Nobody came in and cleaned up that blood. It must be some kind of magic.
Either that or it’s some kind of movie magic. You never know what’s going to end up on the cutting room floor. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to makeup and costuming.
The Case Of The Vanishing Planks
Now we see them, now we don’t. Apparently, in the Marvel universe, planks just have a mind of their own. They can get up and leave a scene whenever they feel like it.
Moments like this really take me out of the movie. If Peter’s going to plank under some planks, I want to see those planks for the whole scene.
The Stiffest Hair In The World
Captain America rides his fancy motorcycle in The Avengers and his hair doesn’t move at all. Either he uses way too much hair gel or he’s just sitting on a stationary motorbike in front of a green screen. I think it’s probably the latter.
Captain America knows better than to use too much hair gel.
Marvel Did Paul Duffy Wrong
Paul Duffy did all that work painting… something. Costumes? Sets? Whatever he painted, I’m sure it was a lot of work. And then Marvel just goes and misspells his job title. That’s no way to show respect to a painting legend.
I have no idea who Paul Duffy is, but whoever found this mistake has way too much time on their hands.