24 Stupid Mistakes Hiding In Leonardo DiCaprio’s Best Movies.
Leonardo DiCaprio might be your fave, but as it turns out, his movies tend to be riddled with continuity errors. We understand: Making a movie is a massive, elaborate process. Scenes get filmed out of order, actors' appearances change slightly, and sometimes, someone just forgot what they were doing with their hands the last time the director said, "cut."
Below are some of the most obvious continuity errors we could find in Leo's movies, from his changing arms in The Great Gatsby to the many small details out of sync in Titanic. How many of these did you spot while watching the films?
#1. In The Great Gatsby, Leo's arms change between shots.
#2. Also in The Great Gatsby, the men in this scene move closer together at the table.
#3. A shot in The Wolf of Wall Street shows a young Jordan Belfort (Leo's character) and his dad at Fenway Park in 1970. At that time, though, the park didn't actually have seats.
#4. The Wolf of Wall Street: Ring on, ring off.
#5. The Wolf of Wall Street has a problem keeping its yachts consistent.
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