Corrected entry: When first being introduced to Paulie Bleeker, he is shown putting on his running outfit including the wristbands. Before he puts both wristbands on, you can see an elastic mark on his right wrist where the wrist band was in a previous shot (as he's only waking up, he wasn't previously wearing one). This was obviously not the first take of such a shot.
Corrected entry: The comic Mark gives Juno (Most Fruitful Yuki) is priced $2.95, despite the fact he tells Juno he picked it up in Japan while touring with his band.
Corrected entry: In the beginning when Juno's father is identified as working in heating and air-conditioning and is shown walking past his work vehicle, the side indicates "MacGuff's HVAC". When Juno goes for her first ultrasound and then shows it to Mark (the adoptive father), the ultrasound says "Juno McGuff" at the top.
Corrected entry: At one part of the film, the Jason Bateman character shows Juno a VHS tape of a rare horror film. However, the tape somehow fills his widescreen plasma/LCD TV. Since when are VHS tapes capable of displaying in 16:9 enhanced widescreen? Yes, technically they could have been watching on zoom or 16:9 stretch, but the image on the screen looks unstretched and too good for zoom mode, especially for VHS.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Juno calls her friend to tell her she is pregnant, her friend asks "Juno?" to which Juno replies, "No, it's Morgan Freeman. Do you have some bones that need collecting?" This is a reference to the movie "The Bone Collector". However it was Denzel Washington, not Morgan Freeman, who starred in that movie.
Corrected entry: Juno claims that she is named after the wife of Zeus, the chief God in Greek mythology. Juno was, however, the wife of Jupiter, the chief god in Roman mythology.