18 Pictures That Show What’s Happening Behind the Scenes of Our Favorite Movies

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The realm of cinema is a kind of parallel universe in which the most different stories may be made with only a little imagination and, of course, the proper resources. You may create stories that capture an audience from beginning to conclusion with these two features. If we pay attention to what happens behind the camera, we can come across unbelievable, amusing, and educational scenarios that may leave us bewildered.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in a Justice League action sequence

© Warner Bros., © Justice League / Warner Bros. and co-producers

Benedict Cumberbatch portrayed the feared monster Smaug in The Hobbit: The Return of the King.

© MGM, © The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Margot Robbie and Jared Leto filming some of Suicide Squad’s most difficult scenes

© DC Comics, © Suicide Squad / DC Comics and co-producers

Beauty and the Beast special effects before and after

© Walt Disney Pictures, © Beauty and the Beast / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers

Here’s how some of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: Homecoming web-slinging scenes were shot.

© Marvel Studios, © Spider-Man: Homecoming / Marvel Studios and co-producers

This was Paul Rudd’s Ant-encounter Man’s with a gigantic animal.

© Marvel Studios, © Ant-Man and the Wasp / Marvel Studios and co-producers

Everything that appears to be magical in the film Doctor Strange has a trick to it.

© Marvel Studios, © Doctor Strange / Marvel Studios and co-producers

8. This is how the she-wolf who raises Mowgli looks in the new live-action version of The Jungle Book.

© Walt Disney Pictures, © The Jungle Book / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers

In Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, special effects built a complete magical world.

© Walt Disney Pictures, © Alice in Wonderland / Walt Disney Pictures ans co-producers

One of the most romantic scenes in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was filmed in this manner.

© Walt Disney Pictures, © Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers

This is what King Kong and Naomi Watts’ hand-holding looks like in real life.

© Universal Pictures, © King Kong / Universal Pictures and co-producers

This is how the world’s fastest blue hedgehog, Sonic, was born.

© Paramount Pictures, © Sonic the Hedgehog / Paramount Pictures and co-producers

In the film I, Robot, special effects were used to replicate these machines.

© Twentieth Century Fox, © I, Robot / Twentieth Century Fox and co-producers

In X-Men: Apocalypse, this is how the moment when everything changes for Jean Gray (Sophie Turner) was filmed.

© Twentieth Century Fox, © X-Men: Apocalypse / Twentieth Century Fox and co-producers

The Making of The Shape of Water, which has one of the most gorgeous scenes in the film.

© Fox Searchlight Pictures, © The Shape of Water / Fox Searchlight Pictures and co-producers

Ezra Miller’s transformation into The Flash

© Warner Bros., © Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice / Warner Bros. and co-producers

The gorilla in Rampage and how he changes due to special effects:

© New Line Cinema, © Rampage / New Line Cinema and co-producers

The spectacular and enchanting scenes in Mary Poppins Returns were filmed with standard special effects.

© Walt Disney Pictures, © Mary Poppins Returns / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers

Which film would you like to learn more “behind the scenes” details about? Which scene from your favorite film would you add, and why?

Preview photo credit Walt Disney Pictures, Beauty and the Beast / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers