Little Women’s Water Bottle Stranded By Fan Goes Viral On TikTok | Ents & Arts News

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It’s a classic tale told to a modern audience, but a Little Women fan spotted something too modern for his taste.

Superfan Madelyn Rancourt, who has watched the film several times, spotted a travel mug and a bottle of water in the background of one of the key scenes in the film.

Sharing her discovery via the social networking site TikTok, she asked the other Little Women lovers: “Anyone else notice this? “

In the short video, Rancourt tells how many times she has seen the film and how big a fan she is, then she says: “I don’t know if anyone else noticed it but there is a Hydro Flask and a bottle of Poland Spring water just casually sat there for part of the scene. ”

Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Saoirse Ronan and Eliza Scanlen in Little Women by Greta Gerwig
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Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Saoirse Ronan and Eliza Scanlen in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women

She pauses in the scene inside the March family home, zooming in on the bottle and the bottle resting on furniture in the background.

Last year, Greta Gerwig remade the classic American tale of maturity.

Based on the 1868 novel by Louisa May Alcott, the action in the film takes place in the 1860s.

Fans were quick to respond, many watching the digital film to verify the continuity error themselves.

Some joked that director Gerwig may have intentionally slipped into modern references to remind the audience of the modern parallels in the historic film.

A host of memes have also sprung up around the gaff.

In a second TikTok video, Rancourt also noted that Gerwig and cast members Timothee Chalamet, Laura Dern and Saoirse Ronan discussed the scene in an interview with Vanity Fair, but made no mention of the bottles.

This is not the first rooster of continuity on the big screen to have been spotted by fans with sharp eyes.

Last summer, Game of Thrones fans spotted a rogue disposable cup of coffee on a table in Winterfell during the final series of the show.

The stranger of continuity appeared in episode four, The Last Of The Starks, during an alcoholic party in the presence of Daenerys Targaryen.

The general consensus was that the cup came from Starbucks.

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