The Eyes Of Harry Potter Characters In The Movie Is Totally Different From The Book

The Eyes Of Harry Potter Characters In The Movie Is Totally Different From The Book
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'You have your mother's eyes' is something we will always remember as Snape's dying words to Harry. But were they really? The books and movies endlesly have mentioned that Harry had the same eyes as Lily Potter, but sometimes the movies sham it up really badly. Let's take a look at the color and type of eyes mentioned in the movies vs what the queen J.K Rowling has mentioned in the books.

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In the books, it has been mentioned that Ginny Weasley's eyes are brown but in the movies, they're actually green.

In the books, it has been mentioned that Ginny Weasley's eyes are brown but in the movies, they're actually green.

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Similarly, Ron has green eyes in the movie but JKR mentions Ronald Weasley having blue eyes.

Similarly, Ron has green eyes in the movie but JKR mentions Ronald Weasley having blue eyes.
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The Hogwarts headmaster Dumbledore, is supposed to have blue eyes as mentioned by the books but in the movies, it's brown.

The Hogwarts headmaster Dumbledore, is supposed to have blue eyes as mentioned by the books but in the movies, it's brown.
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Voldemort, our very own Voldy is known to have terrifying red eyes but the filmmakers somehow spared our nightmares by making them white instead.

Voldemort, our very own Voldy is known to have terrifying red eyes but the filmmakers somehow spared our nightmares by making them white instead.
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Lily Potter's eyes seemed to be the most problematic ones. Although, her role was only for a few minutes, yet she and Harry share the same color of eyes which was green as mentioned in the books and movies several times. But in the films, sadly, they were brown.

Lily Potter's eyes seemed to be the most problematic ones. Although, her role was only for a few minutes, yet she and Harry share the same color of eyes which was green as mentioned in the books and movies several times. But in the films, sadly, they were brown.
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But that doesn't matter because this line will give you the feels EACH TIME!

But that doesn't matter because this line will give you the feels EACH TIME!