The Harry Potter franchise is one of the largest in history and for good reason. It's easily one of those series you could watch over and over again and never quite catch all the hidden moments. We managed to round up a few truly intriguing details from the series surrounding our favorite wizarding family - the Weasleys.
Did you catch all of these on your last binge-watch? Vote up your favorite Weasley details below!
Fred And George Share A Clock ArmPhoto: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/namideus:
In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Fred and George Weasley share a clock arm. This infers that Mrs. Weasley and her clock can't imagine a situation when the boys would be apart.Interesting detail?
Ron Uses 'Avada Kedavra' In What He Thinks Are Their Last MomentsPhoto: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2 / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/SverhU:
In Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows Part 2, in this scene Ron and Hermione conered by the Nagini. Thinking they will die now, Ron used green spell. As we all know its avada kedavra. The spell they never used even in hard fights. But in the face of death he though this was their last chance.Interesting detail?
Fred and George Are Always Shown In That Order So Audiences Can Tell Them ApartPhoto: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/Rinteln:
In the Harry Potter films, the Fred and George characters are always shown in that order on the screen, left to right, so audiences can tell them apart. Source: I did the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour outside of London a couple of weeks ago and was told this by the studio tour guide. The lobby there contained massive photos of the cast all around. The guide pointed out that the one of Fred and George there is the only official example where the two were switched, with George on the left. Then he described how everywhere else it goes Fred and George.Interesting detail?
Ron's Prediction In Divination Class Is TruePhoto: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/silverteeth:
In Prisoner of Azkaban, when Ron states Harry is going to "suffer and be happy about it." This is foreshadowing of him suffering being attacked by Dementors and warding them off with the Patronus Charm, which requires extraordinary happiness to cast.Interesting detail?