You will of course remember the 'Game of Thrones' hullabaloo of the Starbucks coffee cup appearing in a scene in the final season of the HBO fantasy series - sadly, the occurrence proved more popular than the series' rough ending.
Anyway, it appears that TV productions aren't the only ones to fall victim to the odd timewarp, as last year's Oscar-nominated 'Little Women' has also fallen victim to continuity errors. There's a 'Little Women' water bottle scene that one eagle-eyed fan has noticed.
Director Greta Gerwig's recent adaptation of 'Little Women' may have been set in the 1800's, but that doesn't mean that the characters weren't able to enjoy the refreshing taste of water from a Hydro Flask. The stainless steel tumbler was spotted in a scene in which Timothee Chalamet is present, looking his moody Laurie Lawrence self.
Although the bottle is black and somewhat blends into the background, the steel ring around the top of the bottle is a dead giveaway.
Here's the 'Little Women' water bottle in all of its scene-stealing glory.
PLEASE THE HYDROFLASK AND WATER BOTTLE I CANNOT pic.twitter.com/KxwFOSAfOL
— mya (@DUNENATION) March 28, 2020
The question now is - who does the 'Little Women' water bottle belong to?
While the appearance of the Hydro Flask water bottle certainly is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it inclusion in the 2019 movie, we'll always remember the infamous Starbucks coffee incident from season eight of 'Game of Thrones'. The culprit of the cup turned out to be Varys (Conleth Hill), and not the Mother of Dragons (Emelia Clarke) who was the number one suspect.