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Remember the Starbucks mug that found its way to Westeros and shook it game of Thrones Fandom in 2019? Allow me to present a similar phenomenon: the Yeti and plastic water bottle from Little woman.
Months after Greta Gerwig's film debuted in cinemas, an eagle-eyed viewer noticed some misplaced objects in the background of a scene with Timothée Chalamet. Tik Tok user @madelynrancourt, who has seen the film more than seven times, recently spotted the standout containers in a scene between the March sisters and Laurie (played by Chalamet) in his grandfather's house. Plastic water bottles certainly didn't exist in the 19th century, and I'm pretty sure Laurie had no hidden time travel ability. . . I think this film has a unique flaw! The bottles even escaped the cast's attention when they set out for the scene Vanity Fair At the end of last year.
This discovery quickly sparked a conversation between fans on Twitter. How have we missed this for so long? Is it a yeti or a hydro bottle? (It's a yeti.) Who will tell Gerwig? Who's the culprit? No one has commented on the cast yet, so it's really hard to say. I assume it's Chalamet that is based on Promixity only, but in reality everyone on the set needs to stay well hydrated. Maybe they'll take a note of that game of Thrones You can point your fingers during the nightly interviews. I can only say that inspired me to watch Little woman again. For research, of course.
PLEASE THE HYDROFLASK AND WATER BOTTLE I CAN'T pic.twitter.com/KxwFOSAfOL
– ً (@DUNENATION) March 28, 2020