Fantasy is one of those genres that used to have a nice audience, but thanks to the release of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Hobbit series, the Harry Potter franchise, and many more since the turn of the century, that's no longer true. More fans than ever are crowding cinemas around the world to see the latest fantasy movies from a plethora of talented moviemakers, including Peter Jackson, Chris Columbus, Guillermo del Toro, and many more. Because fantasy movies are so detailed, they are filled with as much information as possible.
Fans of fantasy movies have picked apart every aspect of the characters and events, finding interesting details that make them all the better. Still, no matter how many times you watch 21st-century fantasy movies, there's no way to see every detail that shows up on the screen - after all, they're absolutely packed with small but impactful details. Nevertheless, plenty of people have noticed them and posted their findings on the MovieDetails subreddit. This list takes a look at some of the best small details from fantasy movies that demand a rewatch.
Professor Lupin's Sleepiness In 'Prisoner Of Azkaban' Correlates To The Date
From Redditor u/hesperidae:
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Professor Lupin sleeps through most of the train ride to Hogwarts. The date is the 1st of September, 1993. There really was a full moon the previous night; he was exhausted because he'd transformed the night before.Cool detail?
Graphologists Can Tell A Lot About The Way The Cake Was Iced In 'Coraline'Photo: Coraline / Focus Features
From Redditor u/philo-soph-y:
In Coraline, the “welcome home” cake features a double loop on the O. According to Graphology, a double loop on a lower case O means that the person who wrote it is lying. There is only one double loop, meaning she is welcome but she is not home.Cool detail?
As The White Witch's Crown Melts As Her Power Fades In 'Chronicles Of Narnia'
From Redditor u/CreativeUsername352:
In The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), as the White Witch’s power dwindles, her crown begins to melt as well.Cool detail?
The White Witch Wears Aslan's Fur In 'Chronicles Of Narnia'
From Redditor u/DrKillBilly:
In Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) the White Witch has Aslan shaved before she kills him. She is then seen wearing his fur into battle.Cool detail?