20+ Behind-the-Scenes Photos That Show What the Movies Hide From Us
On average, a high-budget movie takes 871 days to produce. And the really interesting part is that most of this time is spent on post-production. The shooting itself takes around 100 days. During this time, the actors and the crew not only shoot all the necessary scenes, but they also have a lot of fun.
We at Bright Side decided to look behind the scenes of our favorite films and TV series to find out what secrets the creators of films hide from us and what they do when we don’t see them.
This is how the famous costume of Margot Robbie in Birds of Prey was made.
Initially, costume designers wanted to use serpentine. But then they realized that they needed something less noisy for the film.
The main character behind the scenes of Game of Thrones
How Daenerys’s dragons were raised
The creators of the film got a well-deserved Oscar for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Jared Leto trying on his Suicide Squad makeup for the first time
Keanu Reeves making a plaster cast of his arms for Bill & Ted Face the Music
And this is him trying on his costume.
It turns out that The Morning Show was shot with chromakey a lot.
This is how Liu Yifei did her stunt in Mulan.
Behind the scenes of The Queen’s Gambit
In the breaks between the shooting of Little Women, the actors were eating fast food.
This is how actor Ben Schwartz brought Sonic to life.
Charlize Theron trying on her silicone belly for The Astronaut’s Wife
In The Call of the Wild, the role of the dog was played by actor Terry Notari.
Director Clea DuVall and actresses Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis on the set of Happiest Season
Johnny Depp is getting his aging makeup for Blow.
During the shooting of the fifth part of Pirates of the Caribbean, actors had to hang from a giant chain.
Working on Maleficent
Awkwafina with her stunt double working on Jumanji: The Next Level
Young Lindsay Lohan on the set of The Parent Trap
Margot Robbie and the crew behind the scenes of I, Tonya
Gal Gadot can defeat anyone.
What do you think you would do on set during the breaks between different scenes?