Now I've Seen Everything
Now I've Seen Everything

20+ Photos That Reveal the Secrets of Movie Production

Quite a lot of time may pass from the moment when a movie script is finished to when the movie is released. Hundreds of people work on the production of a movie: costume designers, artists, CGI designers, and more. So, we decided to take a peek behind the scenes and reveal some movie production secrets.

Doctor Octopus’s tentacles in Spider-Man were created from scratch.

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And Spider-Man himself was often portrayed by a tennis ball.

The extras on Pirates of the Caribbean set worked during all kinds of weather. And to keep their shoes clean, they wore shoe covers.

Gal Gadot getting casts for her Wonder Woman costume

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With the help of chroma key technology, you can create whatever you’d like — you can even turn actor Sean Gunn into Rocket!

It wasn’t easy for the cameraman to film some episodes of First Man.

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Guy Ritchie explaining the task to the actors of Aladdin

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Charlize Theron had to wear facial prostheses while filming Bombshell.

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This was how they filmed the final scene of Gravity.

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The majority of scenes of 127 Hours were filmed in a real canyon.

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Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence on the set of Passengers

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His Dark Materials, behind the scenes

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To become Nebula, Karen Gillan had to spend many hours in the makeup chair.

Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of Mary Poppins Returns

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All the characters in the cartoon, Missing Link, were made of clay.

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Driving scenes on the set of the movie, Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One

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Maleficent’s wings were added at the post-production stage, but while on set, they looked like this.

And a special contraption was used to make her fly.

Terminator, behind the scenes — Mackenzie Davis is hovering above the car.

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Awkwafina and Karen Gillan, who starred in the movie, Jumanji: The Next Level, filming the scene on rope bridges

Nothing unusual, just Gillian Anderson and Olivia Colman having fun on the set of The Crown.

The Bridgerton actors shared a selfie taken on set with their fans.

The cast of The Good Doctor has become like family after 4 years of filming.

Dude, the Free Guy’s character, had Ryan Reynolds’ face and the body of bodybuilder Aaron W. Reed.

It’s great to see that actors get along with each other really well on set, especially if they play bitter enemies in the movie. What movie or series has struck you the most recently? Tell us in the comments below.

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