In The Latest Post From FactsVerse, They Break Down The Infamous Wardrobe Mistakes That Should Never Have Made It On Screen

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FactsVerse is pleased to announce the release of a video that documents some of the glaring wardrobe mistakes committed in several of Hollywood’s most popular movies and TV shows.


St. Petersburg, FL, United States - FactsVerse is pleased to announce the release of a video that tackles some of Hollywood’s biggest wardrobe mistakes that never should have made it on screen. While movies and TV productions have wardrobe teams in charge of dressing the cast, certain mistakes can never be avoided with some even made it to the final cut.

Most of the mistakes people remember have a lot to do with consistency. Some of them are historical while others are visual. In Back to the Future, for instance, Michael J. Fox played Johnny B. Goode in a scene that took place in 1955 using a guitar that didn’t exist until 1958. In Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, the character played by Morgan Freeman, who was Robin Hood’s friend, used a telescope that didn’t come into existence until the 17th century. The movie was set in the year 1194.

There are also visual inconsistencies audiences wouldn’t fail to notice. In the movie Titanic, Kate Winslet’s character Rose had a beauty mark that started out on the left side of her face only for it to switch to the other side a few scenes later. In Forrest Gump, there was one scene where an iron was seen in the background standing on an ironing board only for it to appear laying down in the next scene.

The worst kind of mistake, however, is a wardrobe malfunction. Stars like Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz have had their share of such mishaps. Despite going through editing the said scenes were still able to make it to the cinemas.

About FactsVerse: FactsVerse, also known as “FV” is a fast-rising brand dedicated to producing high-quality list videos whose goal is to “edutain” fans, that is - educate and entertain.

FactsVerse has gained over 2 billion views and 6 million subscribers since the launch of its YouTube channel back in 2015. The company continues to strive to become one of the leading sources for interesting information that will not only educate but also blow its audience away.

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