19 Photos That Shed Light on How Our Favorite Movies Are Really Made
Many people who love movies would probably like to find themselves on the set of their favorite films. A film set is the only place where you can realize how difficult and incredible it is to make a movie. Today, you’ll see the way brilliant actors work and learn which tricks film directors use to make a really breathtaking movie.
Bright Side is going to shed some light on how movies are created. Grab some popcorn as our virtual trip to the sets of the most popular films begins.
It turns out it wasn’t that dangerous on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean.
In Westworld, a human being plays the tiger.
In Baby Driver, there was a guy on the roof of a car who was actually driving.
Shooting a scene from Downsizing
Here they’re shooting the fake movie Angels With Filthy Souls for the film Home Alone.
On the set of Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino showed actors the way they should dance.
Captain America throws his enemies with the help of ropes.
Tom Cruise performs most of his tricks on his own. Here’s a shot from Mission: Impossible — Fallout.
Tom Holland performs a trick on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming.
On the set of Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch’s hero travels through the portal in the hospital.
When Superman suddenly takes off, it actually looks like this:
Filming a scene from Lo imposible.
The most famous scene from The Matrix
Did you also think real people played the audiences in films?
Chris Evans playing Steve Rogers tries to hold the helicopter on the set of Captain America: Civil War.
Here’s a shot from War for the Planet of the Apes. Take a look at the monitor on the right that shows the way the picture is going to look.
Check out “Flying” Spider-Man on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man. The Movie.
Film operators also have to perform tricks, like this one on the set of The Bourne Ultimatum.
Check out the way car chases are filmed on the set of Jason Bourne.
Are there any other behind-the-scenes shots you’d like to have a look at?
Preview photo credit Pirates of the Caribbean/ The Walt Disney Studios