Pull Back the Movie Curtain: Behind the Scenes (103 pics)

Posted in CELEBS       9 Jan 2012       65679       13 GALLERY VIEW



If you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes when all of those classic movies are being created then check out these incredible photos. You may have seen a few of them on our site before but there are some great new ones.

 

Star Wars

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Back to the Future

The Terminator

Avatar

Ghostbusters

Superman

The Shining

Apocalypto

Alien

1954 Japanese film Godzilla

The Gates

The Lord of the Rings

Metropolis

A Nightmare On Elm Street

Sesame Street

Independence Day

Frankenstein and The Wolfman

Transformers

Army of Darkness

The Silence of the Lambs

A Hard Day's Night

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

The Birds

A Space Odyssey

The French Connection

Total Recall

Frankenstein

El Laberinto del Fauno

Joker vs. The Dark Knight

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

007: Dr. No

Conan the Barbarian

Creepshow

The Green Mile

Inception

Faust, 1962

Pirates of the Caribbean

An American Werewolf in London

Michael Jackson's Thriller music video

Jurassic Park

Halloween

The Thing

E. T. - ExtraTerrestrial

Coraline

The Godfather

Jaws

Old Planet of the Apes

Disney

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

Hook

The Avengers

Dexter

The Office

Super 8

Casino

Ali

Blade II

Parks and Rec

Breaking Bad

Batman

Collateral

Superbad

Australia

30 Rock

Hugo

Thor

The Fifth Element

The Muppets

Moneyball

Marnie

Star Trek

Rebel Without a Cause

Dr. Strangelove

Babel

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

A Burberry campaign

Eraserhead

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Fight Club

The Goonies




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GOODSTUFF4U 9 year s ago
very cool stuff
       
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orendadude 9 year s ago
Neat.
       
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Tarzan 9 year s ago
nice effort to put all these together and tag them... good work izi
       
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blocky 9 year s ago
#23 is actually from the movie "Aliens" (the second movie). #24 is from the original Alien, and I believe that's H.R. Giger who conceptualized the alien ship and the look of the alien.
       
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Just Me 9 year s ago
I LOVE Stephen King's work! Books and movies!
       
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YouAreHere 9 year s ago
#103 I didn't know Michael Jackson played Sloth in the Goonies...
       
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Peanut 9 year s ago
#22..great movie, great director. Two thumbs up to Mel Gibson.
       
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Enter your name 9 year s ago
Avatar was way WAY over-rated!
       
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Albino 9 year s ago
His input on my query meant a lot. Helped great deal to deal with my polrbem and furthering it. Its really a matter of relief to find such a person answer to our weird doubts. Really helps put your mind at ease.
       
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Gosia 9 year s ago
Information is power and now I'm a [email protected]#$ing dctioatr.
       
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Faisal 9 year s ago
Um, the part where I sorta ... got cghaut up was that your mom was up hours preparing meals in the morning befoer school! I am going to have to sit with this information a bit. I can barely pour soup from a can to feed my kids after a 10 work day (plus commute). It's like you just turned my world upside down. =) And the pesto sounds yummy, too!
       
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Themoon 9 year s ago
I dniieftely agree with the statement that tomorrow night's game is a must-win. Going 0-2 could be a disaster for the Knights. As a recent graduate from Rutgers, I was one of the lucky ones who was able to be there for the Louisville game in 2006, but also one of the ones that was there when they weren't winning games. Of course I'd like to see them do as well as they did the 2006 season, but know that if they don't win tomorrow night and continue on this route they will lose alot of their fans. As a true Scarlet Knight, I will always be a fan and have a special place in my heart for those boys; however, I do feel that tomorrow's game is dniieftely of must-win status.kphibbs
       
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Prafull 9 year s ago
I was sceharing for some quotes for a multiple choice game that I was going to use for my annual regional meeting this summer. I am now confused after reading hundreds and hundreds and going to many sites -you reference a quote from Nancy Reagan a woman is like a tea bag but, I have found on other quotes sites, that this was a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt. Is it customary that a famous quote, from a famous person, would be duplicated by the same? No less, both first wives? I find this very odd even though the Reagan version has been changed slightly, and the meanings come off differently. Is this an error? I didn't want to include quotes in my game, and then have this type of situation come back at me I'd look rather foolish. Thank you-Just Curious.
       
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