10 shocking details you missed in the Harry Potter movies

The 5th one will blow your mind.

Noam Gurevich
Created By Noam Gurevich
On Jun 25, 2019
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10 shocking details you missed in the Harry Potter movies

The 5th detail will blow your mind

As we see it, normal people must be obsessed with Harry Potter. Either you're obsessed with the books, the movies or both - no doubt you'd like these surprising details. Don't forget to let us know which one was your favorite! Ours is definitely number 9.

Neville’s Remembrall

In the first movie, when Neville gets a Remembrall, it immediately changes its color to red, which means Neville forgot something. If you look closely, you can see that everybody in this scene are wearing long, black school capes and Neville is the only one who isn't. Get it? What Neville forgot was his cape! Mind blowing.

The number 7 on Harry's Quidditch Jersey

The number on Harry's Quidditch Jersey is 7, which is not there by chance. The number 7 repeats several times throughout the movies - its the number of horcruxes, the number of socks owned by Dobby, there are 7 Weasley siblings and 7 Defense against the arts teachers. Monica Geller would like that.

The Deathly Hallows symbol

The famous and terrifying symbol appears in Professor Dumbledore's office during Harry Potter and the goblet of fire movie. This means that we got an early glimpse of the significant symbol, two years before it was officially explained. Wow.

Snape battles Professor McGonagall

When Snape battles Professor McGonagall in the final movie, he's not really attacking back but actually bouncing Mcgonagalls attacks to hit the Deatheaters behind him. Oh yeah, we're also crying.

The Horcrux cave

In The Half-Blood Prince movie, Harry Potter gets to watch Professor Dumbledore's first memory from Voldemort (AKA - Tom Riddle). In that memory, the viewers get a glimpse of a photo of the cave, where one of the Horcruxes was hidden. Chills.

Draco Malfoy's girlfriend

In the final scene of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, Draco Malfoy's wife is actually his real-life girlfriend! we mean, Tom Felton's real-life girlfriend.

The Ministry of Magic's Access Code

The access code to the ministry of magic is 62442, which actually spells magic.

Harry and the Snitch

The first time Harry is dealing with a Snitch, it immediately takes off (as Snitches do), and Harry easily follows it with his eyes, while Wood can't find it. That moment it was already obvious Harry was meant to be a seeker.

McGonagall's award

It is known that Harry's father, James, was an award-winning chaser, but looking closely at the Gryffindor trophy it is noticeable that there are two other names next to Potter, one is M.G - which stands for McGonagall! #GirlPower

Harry's magic

Brace yourself for the final, most shocking detail of them all - during the first movie, Harry Potter doesn't cast a spell even once. Childhood - ruined.

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