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The tale of on-screen modernity in a period setting is age-old. We all remember the infamous coffee cup in Game of Thrones, right? No matter how many times we see it, it never loses entertainment value, and Little Women became the next victim of an editing oversight and eagle-eyed viewers.
One such viewer (and fan), Madelyn Rancourt, took to Vine-reminiscent platform TikTok to show her findings. Her video, reaching 20.7k likes since its upload, highlights the Hydroflask that rests on a surface behind Timothée Chalamet’s Laurie.
@madelynrancourtanyone else notice this? ##fyp ##foryou ##littlewomen ##hydroflask ##timothéechalamet♬ Little Women – Alexandre Desplat
Madelyn’s eye was matched with that of many twitter users, who have been sharing the viral stills, with hilarious comments, of course.
PLEASE THE HYDROFLASK AND WATER BOTTLE I CANNOT pic.twitter.com/KxwFOSAfOL
— ً (@DUNENATION) March 28, 2020
the hydroflask in little women realizing its sitting in the same room as saoirse ronan, florence pugh, emma watson, timothee chalamet, and laura dern pic.twitter.com/i8TSQ91nHf
— Eliza STANlen (@gretagerwigflew) April 2, 2020
the starbucks cup in the background of Game of Thrones and hydroflask in the background of Little Women would make a cute couple I think pic.twitter.com/0Z7Mavl3OU
— anja (@internetanja) April 2, 2020
Sony Pictures has not commented on the screen slip-up, but beyond “oops” what could they really say? I was not left wanting for entertainment after seeing Little Women *ahem* twice, but it really is the gift that keeps on giving.
feature image via dailydot
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