Green Screen Photos That Show How Hollywood Really Works



Don’t we all wish we could fly at the speed of sound. It would make going through all of that airport security obsolete. Luckily for Clark Kent, he isn’t of this world. It’s a simple fix to make it look like he’s flying. Just suspend him the air and throw a screen behind him.
Life of Pi

Wouldn’t life be a blast if tigers would willing take a nap in our laps? Instead of being hungry for food and potentially killing us that is. It looks like he’s just holding a stuffed animal with a drawn on face. That is very scary at all and it is as sweet as the tiger looks.
I Am Legend

This is the most gut-wrenching scene in all of I Am Legend. When Robert is attacked by the mutant dog, his dog protects him but becomes infected too. We all cried, and it’s something that still hurts. Seeing this awkward man in a green morph suit as the demon dog actually makes me feel a little better about the entire thing.
Game Of Thrones

If there are two things in the Game of Thrones series that absolutely require a green screen, it’s the dragons and the wall. Thanks to HBO’s big budget, we got to watch Jon and the Wildlings climb the wall in season three. It looks like they actually used a vertical wall for the scene, but the ground was probably only 30, not 300, feet below.
Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road was touted by many to be one of the best films of the decade, and its special effects played a big part in that. The cars might be authentic, but the flips, explosions, and dystopian desert are very fake.
Game Of Thrones

I’m not going to lie, I expected something a little more intimidating to be a dragon. I understand they just CGI the green stick out, but dragons are huge, terrifying beasts. Wrapping some fabric around a stick and calling it a day really feels the production team wasn’t even trying to make Emilia Clarke’s job easy.


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