21 Pics That Reveal the Truth Behind the Magic of Cinema
The magic of cinema can immerse us in a world where fantasy becomes a reality. However, we often forget that behind our favorite scenes is a great team’s effort. Apparently, after all, a working day during the shooting of a film is not so different than a day in any other job.
1. Penelope Cruz and Johnny Depp waiting to film their island scene in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
2. Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Steven Spielberg behind the scenes of Jurassic Park
3. Here’s how the magic happened behind the action scenes in Avengers: Endgame.
4. Emily Blunt and The Rock having a blast on Jungle Cruise
5. The filming process of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle with Jack Black and The Rock
6. The stars of the iconic 1984’s blockbuster Ghostbusters taking a break
7. Winona Ryder and Johnny Depp filming the emotional scenes of Edward Scissorhands
8. Gremlins are not as scary in real life as on-screen.
9. Chewbacca in a long makeup session for Star Wars: Episode VII
10. Behind the scenes of one of the most terrifying scenes in the history of cinema, in The Shining.
11. Andy Serkis’ amazing performance to prepare for the role of Gollum in The Lord of the Rings
12. Chadwick Boseman hanging out with Rocket on The Avengers’ set.
13. Kristen Bell shows how this scary scene for Pulse was shot.
14. The cast of The Handmaid’s Tale taking a well-deserved rest on the lawn
15. Leo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire on the set of The Great Gatsby
16. The process behind creating Rocket for Guardians of the Galaxy
17. Russell Crowe giving all he’s got during the filming of Gladiator
18. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie Chan while shooting Viy 2: Journey to China
19. Michael Jordan and the actor playing Bugs Bunny in Space Jam
20. Director James Cameron checking every single detail of the Titanic filming process
21. What King Kong really looks like in the famous scene he holds Naomi Watts
What films have impressed you the most? Do you think acting or production is more important in a movie? Why?