Film crews work hard to impress viewers with a final product. They try to use as many tricks as possible like stunts, makeup, CGI, green screens, and motion capture clothing to impress the audience, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
We take a look behind the curtains of popular movies and TV shows. Let’s take a look together at how movie magic is created.
Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda during the production of Mary Poppins Returns
To change Charlize Theron’s face to Bombshell, they had to make a mold of her nose.
Most of the 127-hour scenes were shot in the canyon.
Gal Gadot is casting for her Wonder Woman costume.
All the characters in the animated movie, Missing Link, were made of clay.
This is how the end of the movie, Gravity, was filmed.
Guy Ritchie explains the task to the Aladdin actors.
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence during the production of the movie Passengers
Behind the scenes of Terminator: Dark Fate: Mackenzie Davis looms over the car.
It was not an easy job for the First Man cameramen.
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Preview photo credit Maleficent: Mistress of Evil / Walt Disney Pictures, disneymaleficent / Instagram