5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

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The world of cinema is truly fascinating, and it's no wonder we love it so much about it, with so many extremely talented people joining their creative forces to create something completely new and amazing. Unfortunately, in most cases, we see only the final result, and the details of the filmmaking process remain behind the scenes.

We decided to shed light on how our favorite films are made and reveal some of the secrets of movie magic.

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5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

1. The movie we know as John Wick could have had a completely different title. The creators of the franchise initially wanted to call it "Contempt", but then changed their minds, since Keanu Reeves, who plays the main role there, constantly called the film "John Wick." Therefore, the decision was made to change the name.

5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

2. Even though Draco Malfoy looks like he has his hands in his pockets in this scene, he really isn't. Tom Felton's habit of pocketing food led the wardrobe department to sew up the pockets of his wizard's robes (which used to be huge) after filming Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The actor admitted that this is true and also mentioned that other actors followed suit.

5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

3. The Revenant director Alejandro Iñárritu decided to shoot in remote areas of Alberta, Canada to give the film as much authenticity as possible. This was accompanied by a number of problems, including very cold weather, no mobile phone signal, and even wild bears. However, it all paid off when the film received a number of awards, including 3 Oscars.

5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

4. As Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson pointed out, film scripts evolve even during production, and this sometimes results in actors needing to quickly learn their new lines. Once the team redid the speech of the character of actor Sean Bean right before filming, he found a tricky way out - he simply stuck the text to his knee with tape.

5 interesting behind-the-scenes stories of cult films

5. During the filming of "Mad Max: Fury Road," Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had to put on a cast all over her body, which got into her eyelashes. When the film crew filmed it, they accidentally ripped out all of her eyelashes. As a result, the actress had no eyelashes for 3 months.

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