Green Screen Tricks: Award-Winning Films & TV Series that Have Made Magic with Green Screens

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CGI and special FX are a wild world. It’s hard to bring some scenes to life by just using sets or props, so movie directors higher professional graphic animators to create the most epic of scenes.

From creating the landscapes of Mars to computer generating dragons into scenes, there’s not much that these animators can’t do. For the most part, viewers don’t even realize that what they’re looking at is computer-generated…

Life of Pi

You wouldn’t believe it, but Suraj Sharma filmed the tiger scenes with just a blue plush. It looks so lifelike in the film that viewers had no idea it was all just CGI.

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Game of Thrones

As you might imagine, a lot of Game of Thrones is CGI, especially scenes that include the wall. Probably a bit difficult to build a mile-high wall of ice, so we don’t blame them.

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The More You Know

  • Walt Disney refused to allow Alfred Hitchcock to film at Disneyland in the early 1960s because he had made “that disgusting movie Psycho.”
  • "Psycho" was the first time a flushing toilet was shown on screen.
  • The Postman, Costner’s second jaunt to a post-apocalyptic world, holds the 8th spot on the biggest flops losing $62m.
  • While filming Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Shia LaBeouf invested $20,000 in the stock market and ended up making more than $400,000.
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