1. In Encanto, the costumes of the characters clearly show their strength
In Encanto, every outfit the characters wear corresponds to their strength. Julieta is someone who can heal with food, so her outfit is shaped like a pestle and mortar. Pepa is someone who can control the weather, so her outfit has the shape of the sun. Isabela can make flowers bloom, so her outfit has floral motifs. In it, Luisa is a person with superhuman strength, so her dress is printed with a weight. And Dolores has superhuman hearing ability, so her outfit has wave prints. Camilo is a shapeshifter, so his costume features a gecko, Antonio can talk to animals, and his gear features animals. As for Bruno, due to his ability to see the future, his clothes have hourglass prints.
2. The bunny bracelet Luna wears is made by her playing actress Evanna Lynch
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Luna wore a bunny necklace to Slughorn’s party. This bracelet was made by actress Evanna Lynch. In addition, the rabbit is also Luna’s Amulet.
3. Al Capone’s Outfit
To play the famous gangster boss Al Capone in the movie The Untouchables, the actor who played him Robert De Niro asked the tailors who used to make Capone’s clothes to make his costumes.
4. Reuse items from two famous and Oscar-winning works
Costume designer Milena Canonero is behind the lavish costumes in the famous historical film Barry Lyndon and the costumes in this have won her an Oscar. Thirty-one years later, she became the designer for the film Marie Antoinette and reused some of the items from Barry Lyndo for this film. After that, Marie Antoinette also brought her another Oscar for Best Costume Design.
5. The Incredibles’ Villain Outfit
The uniform that Buddy wears when he wants to be Mr. Incredible’s assistant has an “i”, which stands for “Incredible”. However, next to it is also a subline that closely resembles “b”, which stands for “boy”, giving rise to his stage name Incrediboy.
6. Disney movies are meticulous even to the tie
In the movie Saving Mr. Banks, about PL Travers, the man behind Mary Poppins and Disney boss Walt Disney, both of whose costumes have been meticulously recreated. In it, one of the cravats that the Walt Disney character wears to go on vacation is exactly the same as the one that the prototype used in real life.
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