Although the movie did not start showing in theaters, it could be considered the geek of the popular Marvel movie series, which managed to spot 4 bugs in the presentation in just 13 seconds from the ad.
The second film in the series, Dr. Strange – a clip of the Multiverses of Madness, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen, released earlier this week, shows Dr. Strange, a wizard battling a strange creature called a gurkondos on a New York City street.
The clip is over a minute long, and although it is an entertaining feature, director Sam Rimi found a dangerous flaw in the film.
The mistake that can easily get your claim denied is to fail.
For the first time man Dr. This detail is easy to miss as the shot is wide when passing through the range, but if the camera gets a little too close to the range it is easy to spot the guy making the same motion every time.
While we will have to wait to see if the scene of the whole film will be altered during its release, this error has aroused curiosity from the audience and is expected after embarrassing the filmmakers.
In 2018, fans previously commented on a scene in the Spider-Man movie in which the main actor’s hair looks different in several scenes at once. Thanks to modern technologies in the field today, companies usually eliminate or modify these errors, and that’s what happened. The “Game of Thrones” series featured a series of funny but scandalous bugs, including forgetting coffee cups and plastic water bottles. The shots were then removed in electronic montage.
The film is set to hit theaters this week.
Doctor weird look is so cute pic.twitter.com/2Ve1WnCtKB
– Joe (hzjoetv) April 28, 2022
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