Usually when we watch a movie, we don't ask ourselves a lot of questions, like how the movie was made and whether the events in the movie are close to reality. Filmmakers use a lot of software programs and camera tricks to make things look realistic. The before and after effects of the following movie scenes may change the way you watch movies.
Below is the filming of the TV series Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones is probably one of the best television series made so far. There are dragons in the series, but it is wonderful how it is created during the filming of the series.
Below is the filming of the movie Planet of the Apes.
Below is the filming of the movie Pirates of the Caribbean.
The next time you sit down and watch a movie or television series, you may have a different view. Movies and television series are designed to make us enjoy, because they make us happy, which is good when we know how certain scenes of our favorite shows are made.
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