No matter how big the movie, production or studio, there will always be some mistakes that will slip through the cracks, and that even includes juggernauts of the movie industry that have thousands of people working on them like the MCU. Despite the crazy amount of care, thought and attention to detail that goes into not only making one of these movies but an entire cinematic universe, there are still the occasional goofs and blunders that make their way into the final version of the movie. Whether that be a continuity error, a line of dialogue that contradicts a story beat from earlier on, an editing mistake, a general knowledge mistake, a VFX error or even a crew member somehow ending up in the background of a shot. Most of the time these mistakes or errors are so minor it is understandable that they managed to trickle into the movie, but when you have a massively devoted (and let’s face it, borderline crazy) fanbase like the MCU they have, they are likely to use their eagle eyes to pick out these easily missable goofs.
In this video we will take a look at 14 (to be honest it’s more than that, but let’s just say 14) small mistakes in the MCU that somehow the fans managed to catch, starting from Phase 4 and working backwards. From magical objects magically disappearing, pieces of dialogue just generally being incorrect, continuity blunders, to even a hilarious blocking mistake – these are some funny errors you might have missed.
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4:12 Black Widow
4:46 Falcon and the Winter Soldier
5:39 Far From Home
7:36 Infinity War
8:10 Captain Marvel
8:33 Doctor Strange
9:46 Thor: Ragnarok
10:10 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
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Written by: Aiden M
Narrated by: Justin Freitas @JustinFreitasVO
Edited by: Guillermo A.
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