Secret sexdate need credits
And it’s only a minute of play-time so you can play over and over and over again, starting…now.
Potterphiles are likely already aware of this, but the more casual Harry Potter fan and his or her children may not be aware that in the end credits of the third Harry Potter movie, Prisoner of Azkaban, there is an Easter egg that implies sexual lasciviousness.
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“It was just a little light heartedness and bringing a bit of a smile to people,” said Wetherell.
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The narrative framework here—that you can take some aptitude tests for job applicants at Weyland’s Project Prometheus—is pretty cool, but that’s not the important part.
In Wetherell’s mind, the couple’s feet “are in an embrace” and “not having sex as everyone says.” The addition of the feet ended up making the final movie because, when director Alfonso Cuarón spotted the moment, he started laughing and “just went nuts.” As Wetherell explained, Cuarón liked that “it was just something there that was amusing for the adults in the audience and kids wouldn’t really understand.” Originally, Wetherell suggested doing more with the feet, but Cuarón told him no, just leave them and move on.Weyland’s 2023 TED Talk Well, here’s another hint at things to come: in the next 11 years, a lot will change at TED’s ideas-conference hub.