35 Glaring Costume Mistakes in Famous Films

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Between dedicated professionals and huge closets full of clothing, Hollywood producers pull out all the stops when it comes to creating perfect costumes for their new films. They put in a lot of effort, finding just the right jacket for the lead’s personality or the right spandex suit for the newest superhero, and yet sometimes they really miss the mark.

Maybe this sometimes happens on purpose, but we think that a lot of the films on this list have made some serious mistakes on their cast’s outfits. You won’t believe the crazy things that have been overlooked! For example, some movies have featured outfits or accessories that haven’t even been invented during the setting’s time period. Think: ancient Roman wearing blue jeans. Other times, their clothes have some pretty suspicious continuity errors, even though many high-budget pictures employ people just to ensure the continuity between scene.

While most people may overlook this kind of error, some dedicated folks out there have decided to make it their life’s mission to find these crazy costume mistakes and to let the world know. Props to them, because we selected the best of the best to bring you the most hilarious mistakes! From the silly blunders to small overlooks to how-could-anyone-possibly-miss-this HUGE mistake, keep reading to find out just how absurd these costumes can be!

With so many mistakes, we can’t help but wonder how it wasn’t obvious to the director in the first place that their T-Rex was wearing a hand-knit sweater. Well, maybe not that bad—see for yourself these ridiculous costume mishaps!

 

Legends of the Fall: Brad Pitt’s Blonde Hair Was Too Darn Beautiful

Alright, so nobody is surprised when Brad Pitt looked gorgeous as per usual in Legends of the Fall, and yet we’re not so sure if his buff depiction of Tristan Ludlow really fit the setting. The movie is supposed to be in the 1910s, and yet we see Brad with a 60s hair-do and stubble on his face. Sexy? Definitely. In this 1910’s? Not so much.