Awesome Behind The Scenes Shots From Famous Movies!

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Star Wars

Have you ever noticed how you believe everything you see in a dream no matter how unrealistic it is? Interestingly, the same applies to movies. Sometimes we get carried away by a movie so much that a flying man, a wizard or talking aliens don’t look strange at all.

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 Planet of the Apes

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Inception

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Back to the Future

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Django Unchained

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Terminator

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The Godfather: Fish-line Bullet Holes

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Titanic


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The Dark Knight

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Ghostbusters

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The Lord of The Rings

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The Hobbit

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The Muppet Movie

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E.T.

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Stanley Kubrick with his daughter on The Shining

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Superman

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The Gate

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Harry Potter


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The Matrix

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Jaws



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Filming The Empire Strikes Back Credits Roll

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‘The Twilight Saga’ Marathon Screening!

For some fans one ‘Twilight’ film just isn’t enough, and as a result the films’ makers Summit Entertainment are planning five film marathons that will culminate in American audiences watching last movie ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’.

Now a trailer for the event, on November 15 at cinemas across North America has emerged, incorporating parts of all the films that have won over audiences.

Twi-hards attending the screenings will even get to watch the latest movie before anyone else, with 10pm screenings rather than the traditional midnight ones being held to cater for younger fans of the saga.

The ‘Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2’ will be officially released around the world on November 16.

The trailer shows Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart as Edward Cullen and Bella Swan (now Cullen) as their relationship progresses from high school sweethearts with a difference, to married vampire couple, something attendees will get to see in all its glory at the marathon screenings.

Marathon ticket holders will also get to see special ‘Twilight’ related footage in between the films, exclusive only to these events, as well as getting a souvenir lanyard for their devotion to the movie.

The Expendables 2 Wins Box Office!

The Expendables 2 blasted its way to the top of the box office this weekend, but Robert Pattinson also had a few thousand reasons to smile.

While the Sylvester Stallone-penned action flick earned nearly $30 million and easily out-garnered The Bourne Legacy for the number-one ranking, Pattinson’s Cosmopolis – his first movie since news of the Kristen Stewart affair broke – grossed $72,000 at just three theaters.

That gave Cosmopolis the weekend’s biggest per-screen average. So take that, D.B. Sweeney!

Sparkle – which featured Whitney Houston in her final big screen performance – landed in fifth place. But it sported the Top 10’s best per-theater average after The Expendables 2.

Here is a look at that top 10 from Friday and Saturday:

  1. The Expendables 2, $28.8 million
  2. The Bourne Legacy, $17 million
  3. ParaNorman, $14 million
  4. The Campaign, $13.4 million
  5. Sparkle, $12 million
  6. The Dark Knight Rises, $11.1 million
  7. The Odd Life of Timothy Green, $10.9 million
  8. Hope Springs, $9.1 million
  9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, $3.9 million
  10. Total Recall, $3.5 million

Disney Pixar’s Brave tops US box office chart!

Brave, the latest animated feature from Disney Pixar, has made its debut at number one in the US box office chart, according to early estimates.

The film made $66.7m (£42.8m) in its opening weekend, knocking Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted off the top spot.

Brave, about a princess in medieval Scotland, is the first Disney Pixar animation with a female protagonist.

Action thriller Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was the second highest new entry at number three.

The film, whose cast includes the British actors Dominic Cooper and Rufus Sewell, took a total of $16.5m (£10.6m) over the weekend.

Brave, which will close the Edinburgh International Film Festival later this week, is the the 13th consecutive Pixar release to open at number one.

“Their track record is just unbelievable,” said Paul Dergarabedian, analyst for box-office tracker Hollywood.com.

“The Pixar brand just carries so much weight with the audience. It doesn’t matter almost what the story is about if it has the Pixar name.”

Brave’s heroine, who rebels against her family’s plans for her to marry, is voiced by Kelly Macdonald, of Trainspotting and Boardwalk Empire fame.

Keira Knightley’s latest film, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, made its debut at number 10.

It’s three-day takings of $3.8m (£2.4m) reflected the fact it had a more limited release than the rest of the titles in this week’s Top 10.

Woody Allen’s Italian romance, To Rome With Love, opened in five cinemas and made $379,371 (£243,905).

That gave the film an average of $75,874 (£48,780) per screen, compared to the $16,028 (£10,307) screen average for Brave.

Top 5 US Box Office : 

  1. Brave 
  2. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
  3. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
  4. Prometheus
  5. Snow White and the Huntsman

Top 5 Lebanese Box Office :

  1. The Dictator
  2. Madagascar 3 (3D)
  3. Snow White And The Huntsman
  4. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter in 3D
  5. What To Expect When You’re Expecting

 

‘Madagascar 3’ Powers Past ‘Prometheus’ With $60.3M at Box Office!

Family audiences turned out in droves for “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” pushing the DreamWorks Animation CGI sequel to a better-than-expected $60.3 million weekend at the U.S. box office.

Big turnouts on Saturday and Sunday pushed it past Fox and Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus,” which had led after taking in $21.4 million Friday, and went on to an impressive $50 million for the weekend.

“Madagascar 3” also hauled in $75.5 million from 28 overseas territories in its first weekend — including an eye-popping $16.5 million from Russia — making it the weekend’s No. 1 film worldwide. It added $11 million from Brazil and $10.5 million from China.

With no real family film in the U.S. marketplace since April, “Madagascar 3′ plainly filled a box-office void. Both movies delivered on the high end of expectations, particularly the R-rated “Prometheus,” in a busy weekend at the cineplexes.

“Madagascar 3” turned in the biggest debut weekend in the franchise history, and the best opening for DreamWorks Animationsince “Shrek 4” bowed to $70 million in 2008.

“The release date worked great for us,” DWA’s chief marketing office Ann Globe told TheWrap Sunday, “particularly for parents.”

“Madagascar 3” was a hit with audiences, which were 56 percent female and 54 percent under 25. They gave it an “A” CinemaScore. It’s been nearly four years since the last “Madagascar” film and the numbers suggest it not only connected with earlier fans but made some new ones.

Top 5 US Box Office :

  1. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted 

  2. Prometheus

  3. Snow White and the Huntsman

  4. Men in Black 3

  5. The Avengers 

Top 5 Lebanese Box Office : 

  1. Snow White And The Huntsman

  2. Men In Black 3 In 3D

  3. What To Expect When You’re Expecting

  4. The Avengers 3D

  5. A Few Best Men