Another Last of Us Episode 6 Shooting Mistake Viewers Spotted
Episode 6 of HBO's The Last of Us contains a second error in the scene where Ellie meets Shimmer, as one eagle-eyed viewer noticed.
A viewer spotted a second bug in episode 6 of The Last of Us after the crew could be seen in one early shot. Three months after the tragic end of Henry and Sam's storyline, The Last of Us Episode 6 follows Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsay) as they travel to the thriving Jackson community to find Tommy (Gabriel Luna). At the town stable, Ellie meets a horse named Shimmer, who appears in the video game The Last of Us Part 2.
Shortly after Episode 6 aired on HBO, one viewer spotted an editing error, and another eagle-eyed observer spotted a second error in the latest episode of The Last of Us.
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Shared by @rejectedhannah on Twitter, viewers noticed that as Ellie stepped up to greet the horse, a crew member's hand could be seen supporting Shimmer's chin from behind the barn door. Watch The Last of Us Episode 6 clips in the post above.
Why HBO Shows Have So Many Editing Errors
This is the second bug viewers discovered in episode 6 of The Last of Us. Earlier in the episode, several cast members can be seen in the periphery of an overhead shot. These insignificant errors have gotten The reason they get so much attention is, first and foremost, because they're continuing HBO's tradition of mistakes with their show. Game of Thrones season 8 had several drink-related blunders, followed by a small VFX bug in House of the Dragon, which received excessive attention due to its predecessor's past.
Unlike Ellie and the Cordyceps infection, The Last of Us was not immune to HBO's history of mistakes. One explanation could be that the show simply slacked off in the editing process. A more likely explanation is that the aforementioned HBO shows are some of the most viewed and discussed on social media, meaning their small mistakes are more likely to be noticed than less popular shows and cause trouble for others online. attention. After the entire Game of Thrones coffee mug debacle, HBO viewers have been on high alert for these types of gaffes that might otherwise go unnoticed.
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