15 Behind The Scene Pictures Of Films Which May Take You Down The Memory Lane

Let's see what they do off-camera.

15 Behind The Scene Pictures Of Films Which May Take You Down The Memory Lane
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Behind the scene pictures, as soon as we hear this word, we all start to get the same feeling of nostalgia, and we begin to dream about what was it like when these celebrities were acting in such classic films. Even the thought of it is fascinating, isn't it? At the same time, these beautiful and humbling photographs will change the entire movie-watching experience for you.

You've seen these actors turning into legends and creating the milestones for generations to come. But have you ever seen how Heath Ledger hanged himself off-camera to rehearse for a particular sequence? Maybe not, and that's why we're here.

We at WittyFeed have compiled the list of 15 classic photographs from legendary films and television shows that may take you down the memory lane.

Have a look!

The Godfather released in the year 1972.

The Godfather released in the year 1972.

If you remember the long opening sequence from The Godfather Part I, then you surely know this scene where Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) joins the party at his home. In this behind the picture, you get to see him with all the different perspective, along with Francis Ford Coppola.

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Pulp Fiction, a 1994 drama film.

Pulp Fiction, a 1994 drama film.
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It's like seeing history in pictures. John Travolta and Bruce Willis having fun behind the scene of drama thriller Pulp Fiction.

The Dark Knight, 2008.

The Dark Knight, 2008.

The only villain to have won an Oscar posthumously, Heath Ledger in his real-self on the sets of The Dark Knight.

Harry Potter

Harry Potter
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Starting from the beginning until the end, Voldemort has been one of the crucial parts of the Harry Potter series, though not all people are lucky enough to see him like this.

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad
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If you've watched episode 13 in season 4 of Breaking Bad, then you might be remembering these faces.

The Planet of the Apes, 1968.

The Planet of the Apes, 1968.
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As you can see, Billy Curts, in Gorilla costume is chatting with Charlton Heston on the sets of The Planet of the Apes in 1967.

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones
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Tyrion, Cersei and Jaime Lannister all over each other. I can't take this picture as behind the scenes; don't know why it sounds incest to me.

Titanic (1997).

Titanic (1997).
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Have you ever seen this picture of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet together? Well, there are recent rumors that Kate Winslet has signed for Avatar franchise, which will be directed by Titanic director, James Cameron. Will DiCaprio be joining the crew as well? Only time can tell.

Alien 3 (1992)

Alien 3 (1992)
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The scary and undeniably thrilling film of the 1990s, Alien 3 indeed deserves to be on this list. The back in time picture shows character Ellen Ripley with an Alien.

300 (2006)

300 (2006)
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Directed by Zack Snyder, 300 is a masterpiece when it comes to taking the audience back in time. In this picture you see, Gerard Butler as Leonidas I, discussing a scene with the director.

The Green Mile (1999)

The Green Mile (1999)
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Who wants to see Tom Hanks behind the scene? Well, I guess almost everyone. Here behind the scene is taken from his one of the famous film, The Green Mile.

Fast and The Furious 

Fast and The Furious 
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Dwayne Johnson, from Fast and The Furious is waiting for the director to say 'action' in this photograph. One of my favorite in the entire collection of these behind the scene pictures.

E.T. - The Extra Terristrial

E.T. - The Extra Terristrial
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E.T. helping his creator, late Mr. Carlo Rambaldi in drawing the storyboard. 

Godzilla

Godzilla
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In this behind the scene image, you can see how they shot Godzilla's Japanese town stomping scene. Never thought they shot it like this.

The Shining

The Shining
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I'm not scared if you'd judge me by this but, I still get terrified when I see these two girls. Don't know why. Aren't all of these pictures amazing?

That's all, folks!