Fans Are Sharing Small Details They Noticed About Movie Dragons

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Vote up the most interesting details fans noticed.

A good CGI dragon is usually the cherry on top of an already great fantasy film. These giant, mythical beasts have always sparked an interest in moviegoers with their impressive size and firebreathing capabilities.

Fans are pointing out interesting details they noticed about our favorite movie dragons, like Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon and the Hungarian Horntail from Harry Potter. Take a look below and vote up the most interesting details fans noticed about movie dragons. 

 


  • 1
    40 VOTES

    The Hungarian Horntail's Flame

    From Redditor u/TheOnlyArtifex:

    In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the way the dragon spits fire is very reminiscent of the way a cobra spits venom, it doesn't just appear out of thin air.

  • 2
    33 VOTES

    Smaug's Claw Marks

    From Redditor u/Mega_Dunsparce:

    In The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, you can see the claw marks left by Smaug when he first attacked Erebor.

  • 3
    27 VOTES

    Smaug Knows More Than He Lets On

    From Redditor u/WaveSamu:

    In The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) in Bilbo's and Smaug's dialogue Smaug starts talking about "Oakenshield" even though Thorin got that name AFTER he left the Erebor. Smaug shouldn't know his name because he never left the Mountain.

    Smaug has limited foresight abilities, but this detail also hints at a possibility of spies as a way of gathering information from the mountain. Either way, this information is most likely making Smaug considerably more paranoid over the years.

  • 4
    24 VOTES

    Two Dragons Remain

    From Redditor u/GoldenFalcon:

    Toward the end of Shrek, the dragon knocks out the last pane of glass stained window. And all that remains is the dragon at the bottom.

  • 5
    23 VOTES

    Mushu Reads From Right To Left

    From Redditor u/ThatOneDude450:

    In Disney's Mulan (1998), Mushu flips the newspaper from left to right because traditional chinese text was written in columns going from right to left.

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    21 VOTES

    Thorin Quotes Smaug Verbatim

    From Redditor u/StigsNorwegianCousin:

    Thorin repeats the words of Smaug when the dragon sickness takes hold in The Hobbit.