You've read the Harry Potter books. You've seen the Harry Potter movies. You've read the books and watched the movies again (and again, and again).
But do you think you've noticed every single tiny detail from the films?
Here are 20 tiny, magical details you might have missed.
Keep an eye out for them the next time you're watching (which we all know you're probably going to do later today).
via: RedditThis first detail is found in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. When Harry ends up tagging along to Dudley's birthday celebration at the zoo, we see the above group of students coming out of the reptile house. They're all wearing green — the primary color for House Slytherin. Coincidence? Nah.
via: ImgurTake a look at Ron's robes in this scene from Chamber of Secrets. See how they're lighter and slightly more dingy than Harry's and Hermione's? It's because they're undoubtedly hand-me-downs from his older brothers.
via: RedditThis is from the end credits of Prisoner of Azkaban. Pretty standard stuff, right? Until you look at those two pairs of footprints in the bottom lefthand corner...
via: ImgurWe know that Gilderoy Lockhart is a pretty vain individual, but this scene from Chamber of Secrets reveals something you might not have noticed before: He's also bald. Check out his second wig on his desk.
via: ImgurIn Chamber of Secrets, the password to Dumbledore's office is "Sherbet Lemon" (a candy similar to lemon drops). In Half-Blood Prince, we see a bowl of sherbet lemons on Dumbledore's desk.
via: RedditHave you ever wondered exactly what it was that Neville forgot? A closer look at the fourth panel above shows that he forgot his robes! Luckily, he eventually went back to get them. And it's a good thing, too, since those are what saved him after he took off to catch the Remembrall when Malfoy threw it.
via: RedditRecognize this guy? He's a wizard seen in Prisoner of Azkaban. He's reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking — interesting, especially since that's the movie that introduces time travel! (P.S. In real life, this wizard is played by Ian Brown from the band The Stone Roses!) This next secret is hidden BEHIND Dumbledore...
via: RedditDid you notice this billboard behind Dumbledore in Half-Blood Prince? It's for a perfume called Divine Magic. There's just no way that's a coincidence, right!?
via: RedditIn Goblet of Fire, Dumbledore brings Harry to his office to warn him about the dangers he may face. And there just happens to be a Deathly Hallows symbol there. (This is especially mindblowing because this film came out two years before Deathly Hallows was published! J.K. Rowling had a lot of influence over the set design, which is how the Hallows got there.)
via: RedditIn Sorcerer's Stone, Ron and Harry play a game of Wizard's Chess wherein the Queen captures the opposing Knight. Later, when Harry, Ron, and Hermione play the life-size game of Wizard's Chess, Ron (playing as a Knight) sacrifices himself to the opposing Queen.
via: RedditOK, this one is just kind of bizarre. Look closely at the wall right above Ginny's head in this scene from Half-Blood Prince. There seems to be a word written there in the shadowy shape. Can you see it?
via: ImgurIn the background of the cafe in Deathly Hallows Part I, there's a poster for the play "Equus" — a real play that starred Daniel Radcliffe and Richard Griffiths.
via: RedditWhat do Hogwarts students eat for breakfast? Magical versions of cereals we all know and love, of course. Case in point: this box of Cheeri Owls! Where can we find these for real, though??
via: RedditAt one point during the first movie, we see a closeup of this plaque in the Gryffindor trophy case with Harry's dad's name engraved on the center shield. But look at the name on the right side: M.G. McGonagall! So cool! And speaking of Quidditch...
via: ImgurThis isn't a mind-blowing realization; just a fun detail to observe. Check out the cups on Hagrid's table. His teacups are the size of giant mugs!
via: RedditNewt Scamander (from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) actually visited Hogwarts during Prisoner of Azkaban. His name appears on the Marauder's Map when Fred and Geroge first show it to Harry.
via: TwitterIn the credits for The Goblet of Fire, the filmmakers make sure to reassure us that no dragons were harmed in the making of the film.
via: TwitterIn real life, the actors who play Bill Weasley (Domnhall Gleeson) and Mad-Eye Moody (Brendan Gleeson) are father and son. Aw!
via: TwitterWhen Hagrid takes Harry to the Leaky Cauldron for the first time, they meet Tom the innkeeper. A couple years later, in Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry meets Tom again, only he looks a bit...rougher.
via: RedditIn the final shot of the final film, you can see that Harry's scar, which doesn't bother him anymore, has nearly faded away completely.
via: RedditIn Chamber of Secrets, when Lockhart tries to flee Hogwarts, he has also fled his painting.