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Harry Potter and the prizoner of Azkaban trailer - The Rain has Cleared
In the Harry Potter trailer, it shows the train on a sunny day but in the movie,it is pouring outside.
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sebby on 01-17-2005
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cdmro writes:
if i remember correctly (might be wrong) it starts out sunny, then it starts to rain
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beaverlady writes:
It STARTS as a sunny day.Did you even really watch the movie?
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cheesemonkey345 writes:
Most movie trailers do not have footage from the finished product. Usually parts or most of the movie is filmed and then given to editors to make a teaser trailer. The rain was digitally added in AFTER they gave that footage of the train to the editors. I've seen "mistakes" like this in movie traliers before, it's just how Hollywood works.
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sebby writes:
The slip-up is right. It shows the camera coming towards the train and it is sunny(in the preview) but when it shows the camera coming towrds the train in the movie, it is raining.
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sebby writes:
The slip-up is right. It shows the camera coming towards the train and it is sunny(in the preview) but when it shows the camera coming towrds the train in the movie, it is raining.
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korax1214 writes:
Remember that Hogwarts is in the highlands of Scotland, over 500 miles from London; it's quite possible (indeed, it's very likely) that the two places have very different weather systems. I once went to Blackpool for the day, and rode from brilliant sunshine and fine weather in London to torrential rain in Blackpool ("only" 250 miles away), then back into good weather on the return journey.
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