16 Small Mistakes In DC Extended Universe Movies That Fans Somehow Noticed
Never doubt the eagle-eyed super powers of a comic book megafan. When it comes to a beloved franchise, character, or property, films fans are quick to point out tiny flaws that even experienced editors might have missed in the filmmaking process. Over the years, fans of DC movies have shared the small blunders and movie-making mishaps that made it to the big screen. From this small selection, vote up your favorite flaws in all of the extended universe.
- 1174 VOTESPhoto: u/Jim_Dickskin / Reddit / Warner Bros.
From Redditor u/Jim_Dickskin:
A henchmen in Batman v. Superman doesn't even have his finger near the trigger of his gun when waiting to shoot Batman
- Photo: u/SithLord017 / Reddit / Warner Bros.
- 3111 VOTES
Arthur Fires Too Many Bullets In 'Joker'Photo: u/hani_yassine / Reddit / Warner Bros.
From Redditor u/hani_yassine:
In Joker (2019) Arthur used a Colt Detective Special pistol which only have six bullets, but when he used it in the train scene he fired eight bullets.
- Photo: u/shangobango / Reddit / Warner Bros.
From Redditor u/shangobango:
Batman’s eye black disappears a second before he takes his mask off (Batman Returns, 1992)
- Photo: u/KingOf_Casual / Reddit / Warner Bros.
From Redditor u/KingOf_Casual:
I don't know whether it was meant to be there, but there is a cursor on the touch screen display in the Batmobile.
- 6121 VOTES
Two Different Child Actors Are Used In The Same Scene In 'Aquaman'Photo: u/aussieguy1505 / Reddit / Warner Bros.