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50 Photos Of Actors Behind The Scenes That Will Change How You See Their Movi... When the cameras stop rolling, these movie stars enjoy their break time just like everyone else.
These photos of actors behind the scenes may just change your mind forever about the characters they play. Carrie Fisher and Peter Mayhew show that Princess Leia and Chewbacca are actually BFFs. Kermit and Piggy visit Mark Hamill and Yoda on the Dagobah set Lisa Burns and Louise Burns look far less creepy between their haunting stints in hallways. Stanley Kubrick taking a mirror selfie with his daughter, while Jack Nicholson thought it was a photo of him.
Stanley Kubrick laughing in the remains of Elstree Studios, the set of The Shining, which was destroyed during a fire. Jim Henson and Kermit staring deeply into each other's eyes. Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder hugging it out between takes. This proves once and for all that the wooden board did have enough room for Jack. Peter Ostrum and Gene Wilder switch looks for a moment. Hannibal Lecter enjoying a fry between shots. 11 Brutally Honest Oscar Movie Posters That Say What We're All Really Thinking. In case you missed it because of all the sadness over David Bowie and Alan Rickman, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their Oscar nominations this week.
If the Golden Globes are the rebellious step-child of the Hollywood awards circuit, the Oscars are the perfect first-born child who gets straight A's at school while also starring in the school play. This year, the event has already faced criticism for its lack of diversity—yeah, not a single actor of color was nominated—but there's plenty to say about the movies that could potentially bring home a statue as well. Now, not every movie can be as perfect as the Labyrinth, but these days the hype for most movies is a little out of control. It'd be nice if just once, people could be like, "Well, this one was way too long, and the dialogue for that one main character SUCKED, but it looked pretty cool so I guess you win.
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Alan Rickman as Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, along with fellow cast members Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe.
They became household names when they were barely out of primary school, growing up in front of the entire world on the set of Harry Potter. But fans of the film may be surprised to learn that all is not as it seemed with their favourite characters in the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint were in fact played by "very small adults" wearing wigs for parts of the film, Alan Rickman has revealed. The actor, who played Snape in the film franchise, said child labour laws had placed heavy restrictions on the filming of the early movies, leaving the young actors compelled to leave set to rest and do their school work.
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