The Most Embarrassing Bloopers in Movie History


From The Lion King to Titanic: there are flaws in every movie

Making a movie is an enormous enterprise. It requires a director, actors and dozens of crew members. While they spend millions of dollars on a single movie, we have proof that they still encounter a blunder every now and then. And some of them are a little bit inappropriate.

Movies take us into a fantasy world. Whether this is a romantic love story, science fiction or an exciting horror film. Once on the big screen, everything runs smoothly. However, during filming, of course, not everything works out in one take. The result? A lot of hilarious bloopers. Prepare your laughing muscles, because we list the funniest bloopers in film history.

We hope you’ll enjoy these epic movie blunders!

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In 2019, Quentin Tarantino was back in the game as director of his latest film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The film features big names such as Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. It is about the life of a movie star and his stunt double. They try to navigate through the changing movie scene in Hollywood as it marks the end of the Golden Age.

In one fight scene, however, the creators overlooked a small detail. Bruce Lee and Cliff Booth fight each other in a battle where the “best two out of three” wins. In the process, a lot of audience is present. At least, in one scene they are still there and in the next they are not. Huh? One moment everyone is watching the fight, and the next moment people are nowhere to be seen. Mistake!

Lord of the Rings

Gandalf was a powerful wizard in the Lord of the Rings movies. This wizard could do a lot with his magical powers, and perhaps more than you would expect from his character. He apparently had so many powers that he could travel to a modern time and buy a nice watch.

Yes, you read it correctly. Not many people noticed this detail, but in one of the scenes Gandalf actually had a watch on his wrist. Not that it mattered much, because after all, the film amassed over $3 billion in revenue and won a whopping 17 Oscars. So the fact that Gandalf wore a watch is just an (odd) detail. It still remains one of the most iconic film series of all time.

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