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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Padma Patil in the Wrong House!
In Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, a few times Padma and Parvati Patil walk past Harry telling him ‘Hello.’ Once in the Great Hall, were both girls are wearing Gryffindor Uniforms. Then later in the Gryffindor Common Room. However, is it in the books that Padma is in Ravenclaw, not Gryffindor unlike her twin sister Parvati? So how could this be, Did they not pay close attention to the books when making this film?
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nomad762 writes:
When a movie is made from a book, each and every detail between the 2 does NOT need to match. Intentional changes made by the movie makers are NOT slip-ups, they are simply creative choices.
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Megan writes:
They've changed a ton of things from the books, including making Parvati's twin in Gryffindor not Ravenclaw. It's not a slipup if they did it on purpose.
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Lisa writes:
Yeah, I noticed that too. I guess they decided to change it to make it easier somehow...I don't think its a mistake. But it still sorta bugs me when they do things like that.
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Red Dog writes:
If you watch the movies and read the books from the beginning you'll find there are lots of student mistakes like all 4 Houses together in all classes. They did this because they only had a few actors playing the students so it was easier to combine all the Houses in the classes. When you see scenes of the tables in the Great Hall, they had a lot of extras sitting around filling seats for the long shots but they focused on the main characters for closeups. No movie follows the book scene for scene. Annoying but the director does make a lot of changes from the books to the movies to keep the story flowing and edit for time. So not really a slip up unless you saw Padma in a Ravenclaw robe one scene and a Gryffindor rode the next.
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