Table of content    
  1. Guardians of the Galaxy
  2. Zoolander
  3. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  4. American Sniper
  5. The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro
  6. You’ve Got Mail
  7. Mrs. Doubtfire
  8. Blade Runner
  9. Passengers
  10. Fast Five

10 Movie Bloopers That Made It Past Movie Audiences

Ever watched a movie and thought everything was perfect until you stumbled upon a hilarious, yet glaringly obvious blooper? Well, you're not alone! Even the most attentive moviegoers can miss these sneaky mistakes that somehow make it past the audience's eagle eyes.

Movies are meticulously crafted by teams of professionals, but sometimes, even the best slip-ups find their way to the big screen. These sneaky mistakes leaving us scratching our heads can escape our notice during the thrill of the movie-watching experience. It's intriguing how even the most eagle-eyed viewers can overlook these subtle blunders.

Get ready to have a blast discovering the slip-ups that slipped right by us in the world of cinema!


#1. Guardians of the Galaxy

The scene where Christ Pratt dropped the sphere was actually an accident. Instead of reshooting, the actor continued to act. As a result, the scene looked very natural as if it had been planned. 


#2. Zoolander

Remember the scene where David Duchovny’s character revealed the secret of political murders of the past 100 years? Ben Stiller’s character asks, “Why male models?”, and Duchovny answered this question. However, the actor asked again which made his co-star surprised. It turned out he forgot his next line and it seemed that Duchovny was aware of that and he improvised, “Are you serious? I’ve just told you that.”


#3. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

In the fire scene, Viggo Mortensen kicked a heavy ork helmet so hard that he screamed in pain and his toes were broken. The scene was so good that Viggo continued to act despite the serious injury. 


#4. American Sniper

Instead of using a doll that can move its limbs, the filmmakers of American Sniper chose a regular one to play the newborn daughter of Bradley Cooper’s character. To make the scene vivid, the actor moved the doll with his own fingers. Many wonder how the scene made it the final cut. 


#5. The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro

After tying Gwen to the car, Spider-Man left. Emma Stone’s character called him by his name in public, revealing his true identity and then automatically covered her mouth with her hand. In fact, it was the actress’ mistake. This detail wasn’t originally in the script. 


#6. You’ve Got Mail

Joe held balloons and a goldfish when leaving the bookstore and one of the balloons was stuck in the door. The detail wasn’t in the script. Tom Hanks improvised “Good thing it wasn’t the fish!”. Thanks to him, the scene became funny


#7. Mrs. Doubtfire

One of the funniest scenes is that Robin Williams’ character falls into a cake with his face, the cream from his chin falls into a cup. Well, it was an accident, but the actor automatically improvised, “Oh there you go, you got your cream and your sugar now,”


#8. Blade Runner

All of us believe that the scene where Daryl Hannah’s character runs away in a panic, slips, and breaks the window of the van with her elbow was planned. However, it was an accident. For this mistake, the actress was taken to the hospital with a broken elbow. 


#9. Passengers

The main characters were meant to share a kiss while walking in space, but Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt encountered a hilarious mishap. Their spacesuit-clad selves collided, leading to uncontrollable laughter that echoed through the spacecraft. The unexpected and endearing moment added a touch of authenticity to the scene. 


#10. Fast Five

In the scene, the main character is in reverse and he shifts into another gear in reserve. 


Is there any scene do you think should've been reshot? Share your thought in the comments. 

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