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HBO Max fixes 'Harry Potter' reunion mistakes after fans spot them during the premiere
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HBO Max officially fixed a pair of mistakes spotted by eagle-eyed fans of its "Harry Potter" reunion special that dropped on New Year’s Day.
The popular streaming service finally debuted its highly anticipated special that reunited key cast members from the hit film franchise based on the novels by author J.K. Rowling such as Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson. However, dedicated fans of the franchise were quick to point out that there were a couple of mistakes in the editing that the streaming service was quick to correct.
Producers confirmed to Fox News Digital that it had gone back and fixed the mistakes, meaning that those who tune into "Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts" from here on out won’t be able to spot them.
The first gaffe on behalf of the editors was spotted by a diehard fan on Twitter, who noticed that an image that was supposed to show Emma Watson as a child, before she got famous for taking on the role of Hermione Granger in 2001, was actually a shot that "American Horror Story" actress Emma Roberts shared on her Instagram in 2012.
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