20 Behind-the-Scenes Shots We Shouldn’t Have Seen But They Leaked Out
Showing the way a film was made means destroying the magic of cinematography. That's why today's cinematography companies punish members of shooting teams that decide to share a photo of the filming process online. Luckily, the backstages of cult movies of the past can be uploaded to the internet freely – no one will fire anyone. In addition, it's very interesting to see what's there behind the magic curtain, especially if you've already seen the movie 15 times.
That's why Bright Side decided to find another bunch of amateur photos from the shooting grounds of the most famous movies. Enjoy!
Steven Spielberg is checking whether everything is fine with the Płaszów imprisoners during the filming of "Schindler's List."
Were you ever afraid of "Jaws?" Now you can stop being afraid. That's Spielberg again, by the way.
Hulk clarifying the script:
The very day on Privet Drive:
Danny DeVito getting ready for Batman Returns:
That's how the beautiful soul of Marsellus Wallace from Pulp Fiction looked:
Family pirate portrait. The producer and the director are in the first row.
Martin Scorsese teaching Leonardo DiCaprio to show the methaqualone effect inThe Wolf of Wall Street:
The cast of Inglourious Basterds together:
Makeup artists who were later nominated for an Academy Award for The Revenant:
These makeup artists were nominated for the Saturn Award for The Terminator:
Happy Tim Burton on the set of Edward Scissorhands:
Jean Reno admiring young Natalie Portman jumping on the bed during a break while filming Léon:
"Legends!" That's what we can call the creators and heroes of Schindler's List.
Young Leonardo DiCaprio with young Tobey Maguire in the background while filming:
Quentin Tarantinoin black opposite Black Mamba in white:
The director of Silence of the Lambs feeding Hannibal Lecter during a break:
They are happy as long as they are alive. On the set of Titanic:
Mamba and O-Ren after the phrase "Cut!"
Do you think that uploading photos of everything happening on the set and behind the scenes is disrespectful to the spectators and the creators? Please share your opinion in the comments!