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10+ Photos That Shed Light on How Our Favorite Movies Are Really Made

You can’t put your actors in real danger.

While you can imagine Captain America holding a helicopter from flying off. Do you really think Chris Evans can take on that huge feat? After all, it’s not even humanly possible. So what’s a director to do when they want to film something seemingly impossible.

Well, all it needs is some CGI, ropes everywhere, and loads of people in a full green suit. Okay, maybe I am oversimplifying it. But it is still fun to see behind the scenes of these amazing movies. So scroll on below and take a look.

#1 I have no idea why they couldn’t have just hired extras.

#2 This just makes Johnny Depp look like an even better actor.

Via Disney

#3 Who knew the lion in Westworld is a guy in a purple gimp suit.


#4 Baby was not really the one driving in the Baby driver.

Via TriStar Pictures

#5 This scene from downsizing looks hilarious out of context.

Via Paramount Pictures

#6 You remember how Kevin used audio from the movie Angels with filthy souls to get pizza? This is it.

Via 20th Century Fox

#7 Just Quentin Tarantino teaching the actors how to dance on the set of Pulp Fiction.

Via Miramax

#8 How else is Captain America supposed to throw enemies around like ragdolls?

Via Marvel Studios

#9 And we all know how Tom Cruise performs most of the stunts himself.

Via Mission: Impossible

#10 Tom Holland taking a dive on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Via Columbia Pictures

#11 When Benedict Cumberbatch travels through the portal on Doctor Strange.

Via Marvel Studios

#12 Yes, This is really what Superman looks like when flying without all the effects.

Via DC Comics

#13 The utter destruction in Lo Impossible.

Via Telecinco Cinema

#14 I suppose we all know this infamous scene from The matrix.

Via Warner Bros

#15 Chris Evans in Captain America: Civil War is really selling the strain it would take to hold a helicopter in place.

Via Marvel Studios

#16 War for the planet of the apes shows what the end product may look like on the screen.

Via 20th Century Fox

#17 Andrew Garfield using his web on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man.

Via Sony Pictures

#18 On the set of Bourne Ultimate, even camera operators have to perform daring feats.

Via Universal Pictures

#19 This is how they shot the car chases in the movie Jason Bourne.

Via Universal Studios

Which one of these did you find the most surprising? Comment down below and let us know.