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Six Scenes That Show What Happens When The Cameras Turn Off

Films are a miracle or the art itself. The way they transfer the action in front of our eyes is magical and every next scene makes us want more and more, and reveal more and more from the film action. There is absolutely no person in the world that hasn’t watched a film in his life, without wanting to know even more than what he is watching on the  TV screen.

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We are all interested and very curious to know what is happening behind the scenes and to know all those “juicy” details that happens when the cameras turn off. Being part of a film and a team that works on it and the feeling and the things that happen behind the scenes  is always been a little mystery for the film fans, even for those that know everything about the film  and the casting actors and stresses. But, once in a while some photos from behind the scenes appear on the social media and the mystery disappears a bit. Below are some photos from sets that will enclose you  the whole atmosphere that happens right behind the scenes when the cameras are off. Enjoy in the feeling of being a part of such a happening.

The very first take of Forrest Gump

 

The bench Forrest Gump tells his life story at was in Chippewa Square in Savannah, Georgia.

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Bill Nighy on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

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Daniel Radcliffe on the set of Guns Akimbo

Sylvester Stallone still lives with the turtles from Rocky. They are 44 years old, and now they will be in Creed II

Tired turtles from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1990. Checkout @historyofcinema for more!

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On the set of Reservoir Dogs by Quentin Tarantino

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