Harry Potter Fans Horrified After Spotting Adult Joke We All Missed In Fourth Movie

Harry Potter fans have been left shocked after realising that there's an adult joke in the fourth movie they originally missed.
Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

Harry Potter fans have been left horrified after rewatching the fourth movie and realising there was an adult joke they originally missed. 

For many of us, the Harry Potter films are a cultural touchstone of our childhoods.

The wizarding franchise is an absolute staple that lots of fans still watch and rewatch to this day.

The sign of a truly great movie is that innate rewatch value – when a fan can find something else in the second (or twenty-second) viewing that they missed the first time around.

However, a recent discovery that many fans missed in a Harry Potter film has left the internet shaken.

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Even though the final Harry Potter movie came out in 2011, they’ve remained present in most of our minds.

This is likely because of the endless amounts of spinoffs, theme park openings, and even studio tours for fans of the franchise to get a taste of.

But, of course, nothing really compares to the original and the best.

We’re talking about the eight canon Harry Potter films, of course!

However, on a recent rewatch, one fan noticed something they’d missed the first time around.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Harry Potter fans are only just realising there’s an adult joke in the fourth movie. Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

They spotted a rather NSFW joke in the fourth instalment of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The film centres around the Triwizard Tournament taking place at Hogwarts and is the first time we meet beloved characters like Fleur Delacour, Viktor Krum, and Cedric Diggory.

However, one particular moment in the movie has now caught the internet’s attention – for all the wrong reasons.

The scene in question involves Harry and Hermione talking on the Hogwarts bridge.

But we totally missed when first watching the movie that the conversation takes a rather… adult turn.

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Discussing the latest clue from the Triwizard Tournament, Harry says: “I suppose Viktor has already figured it out.”

To which Hermione responds: “Wouldn’t know, we don’t actually talk about the tournament.”

She seems to drift off in thought, before adding: “Actually, we don’t really talk at all. Viktor’s more of a physical being.”

She then giggles and catches Harry’s eye, revealing she understands how this comment could be interpreted.

@kathy_martinez05 Reply to @k1shiko._ #fyp #foryou #harrypotter #gobletoffire #adultjokes #adulthumor #childhood ♬ original sound – Kathy

TikTokers have gone wild for the viral clip, with many in shock that they had missed this raunchy joke the first time around.

One person writes: “Never even noticed that before, and I have watched this movie so many times! Never thought Hermione had that side of her.”

A second person adds: “I never noticed Harry’s smile at what she said!”

While a third questions: “How did I not notice this joke for what it actually meant??”

Hermione then reveals that she doesn’t mean anything naughty, explaining that Viktor tends to just watch her study, which she finds rather annoying.

But that smile speaks volumes!

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.