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20+ Photos That Show What Really Happens Behind the Scenes of Famous Productions

Film crews work hard to impress moviegoers with a final product. They try to use as many tricks as possible, like stunt doubles, makeup, CGI, green screens, and motion capture suits to wow audiences, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

At Bright Side, we took a peek behind the curtains of popular movies and TV series. Let’s have a look together at how the magic of movies is created.

Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda during the production of Mary Poppins Returns

To change Charlize Theron’s face for Bombshell, they had to make a cast of her nose.

The majority of scenes for 127 Hours were shot right in the canyon.

Gal Gadot is making a cast for her costume as Wonder Woman.

All the characters of the animated movie, Missing Link, were made of plasticine.

Villains also need to get some rest.

And they love sandwiches!

This was how the ending of the movie, Gravity, was shot.

Guy Ritchie explains the task to the actors of Aladdin.

Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence during the production of the movie, Passengers

Awkwafina and Karen Gillan during the shoot of the chase scene in Jumanji: The Next Level

Behind the scenes of Terminator: Dark Fate — Mackenzie Davis hovers above the car.

It wasn’t an easy job for the cameramen of First Man.

Korg looked different during the shoot.

Shooting driving scenes in Mission: Impossible 7

You can do almost anything with the help of chroma key technology, even if that means turning Sean Gunn into the cute Rocket.

It was definitely funny and a bit cold on the set of Bridgerton.

Bad weather couldn’t stop these actors from having some ice cream.

Behind the scenes of His Dark Materials

The crowd of extras in Pirates of the Caribbean worked in all types of weather. And to keep their costumes clean, the actors had to wear overshoes.

Gillian Anderson and Olivia Colman having fun during the shoot of The Crown

This was how Anderson turned into Margaret Thatcher. The actress named these photos “An ode to my wig(s).”

Maleficent’s wings were added in the post-production stage. During the shoot, they looked like this.

To create the effect of flying, they used a special contraption.

Behind the scenes of Captain America: The Winter Soldier — Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, and a fake helicopter

Would you ever want to visit a movie set? What scenes and types of productions are you interested in the most? Tell us in the comments below.

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