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15 Behind-The-Scenes Pictures Reveal How Movie Magic Happens

Nowadays, people can do everything that seems impossible in a movie. We often see cutting-edge visuals, striking shots, and amazing movie effects, which are really time-consuming. So, as modern technologies get more and more advanced year by year, every scene in the movie is now extremely sophisticated, saving shooting time and improving the viewer’s experience while they are watching the movie.

Still, it’s hard to imagine how much actual work is being put into production. Thanks to a lot of amazing CGI and brilliant makeup tricks, we can make any ordinary person transform into an otherworldly character and any place become a fantastic land.

Today, we figure out some secrets of some favorite movies and put them into a list of behind-the-scenes shots that reveal a bunch of fun facts. Let’s scroll down and enjoy!

#1 The actors in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows must wear special suits with sensors attached to record their movements.

Source: © Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows / Nickelodeon Movies© LGjr-RG, PacificCoastNews/East News

#2 The amount of work required to get Gamora’s distinctive green skin.

Source: © Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 / Marvel Studios© zoesaldana / Instagram

#3 In the movie, we can see how easily Mark Ruffalo can turn blue. But in reality, it might take a little while!

Source: © Avengers: Endgame / Marvel Studios© markruffalo / Instagram

#4 Rebecca Ferguson on a motorcycle on a moving rig on the set of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

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#5 Specifically for The Crown series, they had to produce a replica of the facade of Buckingham Palace.

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#6 Melissa McCarthy lifts what would later become an entire bus after special effects in Thunder Force.

Source: © Thunder Force / Netflix© FilmIsNow Movie Bloopers & Extras / YouTube

#7 Eddie Redmayne on the set of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was on a special stand to make him look taller.

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#8 Artists were working on the model of the city that will be destroyed in Terminator 2: Judgment Day

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#9 In the racing scene in Star Wars, instead of elaborate spectator models, they used multicolored cotton swabs.

Source: © ilmvfx / Instagram© Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace / Lucasfilm

#10 Aaron Paul must have had a hard time talking to a robot when there was a guy in a plaid suit sitting next to him.

Source: © Westworld / Bad Robot Productions© westworldhbo / Instagram

#11 Anna Kendrick was using a special device to skate on the set of Noelle.

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#12 Director Michael Bay showed actress Nicola Anne Peltz the “hands” of a cyborg trying to grab her on the set of Transformers: Age of Extinction.

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#13 The iconic scene where Jack saved Rose in Titanic was not as beautiful as the behind-the-scenes scene.

Source: © Titanic / 20th Century Fox© Image supplied by Capital Pictures//East News

#14 Makeup artists were dying Samuel L. Jackson’s beard on the set of Shaft in New York.

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#15 This is the way the police car was handled in Terminator Genisys.

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