The recent film The Pope’s Exorcist has mixed together real and fictional curiosities.
A sharp-eyed viewer has found an amusing mistake in Russell Crowe’s recent thriller The Pope’s Exorcist, reports PC Gamer.
The film follows Crowe’s exorcist from the Vatican who, along with the film, goes into the vaults left behind by the Spanish Inquisition. At this point, the creators have acknowledged that a minor mistake has been made, as the logo of the fictional Inquisition known from the Dragon Age games is engraved on the vault, rather than the official emblem of the real-world organization.
As you know, Probe from the acclaimed game series never planned to expand his power into Europe, as he had his hands solely on protecting Thedas from the evil plots of Coryphius. That is, apart from the fact that it is an entirely fictional organization.
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Can we talk about how “The Pope’s Exorcist” (yes that movie with Russell Crowe) uses the Inquisition symbol from Dragon Age Inquisition as a real-world-Spanish-Inquisition symbol?
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