15 Behind The Scenes Of Movies That Reveals The Magic Behind The Famous Scene!
We generally fall in love with three elements of movie- Story, characters, and acting. Well, many of us forget about the actual hard work that was put in the production of the particular scene. In this article, we will look over the production work that gave the spark to the scene. Scroll down!
1. The making of Star Wars Episodes: I & II
Yes, he is Adam Whitney Savage working on the spaceship for Star Wars Episode I & II.
2. The Matrix
In the Matrix Scene where Neo is reaching for door nob, there was no proper way to hide the camera. So, the director of photography disguised it with the coat matching with the Morpheus is wearing.
3. GOT Queen with her dragons!
Emilia Clarke wrote “Me and my baby (dragon) just very excited for you all to see” Well the VFX and animation have spiked into another level.
4. The Extra-Terrestrial: 1982
Steven Spielberg put a cloth with two holes to get the point of view shots in ET. This is from the scene where ET is dressed as a ghost for Halloween so they get past Elliott’s mother.
5. Back to the Future Part II
The effects crew working on creating the auto-adjusting and auto-drying jacket effect.
6. The Muppet Movie
Nobody wants to see the Muppeteers working on the set like this!
7. Honey, I shrunk the Kids
A giant robotic bee that was used to film the bee ride scene. In the post-production of the movie, some digital effects were also added.
8. Alice in Wonderland
Well, the two scenes don’t match but after looking at the number of behind the scenes, it’s clear that film making is no joke.
9. The Alien from Movie Men in Black
Bonus detail: the technician working in the background for the bigger head model in which probably a tiny stunt with heavy prosthetic if not another robot, was used for the dialogue scene slightly after the head was opened in the movie.
10. The highest grossing movie of 1996
Independence day. The movie was a mixture of CGI and models. Around 80% of the movies were models and 20% were created digitally,
11. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Model maker Michael Lynch cut 450,000 Q-tips, painted them and inserted them into a mesh to fill the stands. To make it seem like the crowd was moving, the crew placed fans underneath.
This is a 1954 Godzilla movie. The struggles to make a movie is next to another level.
13. The Corpse Bridge
A glimpse of the complexity of stop-motion animation on the set of Disney’s 2005 fantasy, “The Corpse Bride.”
14. The stunning visual of “Life Of Pi”
There’s no doubt that Life Of Pi is a stunning movie.
15. Hulk and Thor in action
It looks funny actually. To be in the character while holding on the big green costume man can be difficult.