THESE incredible images reveal how the iconic Hollywood movie scenes were filmed from Jaws to Jurassic Park.
We share a rare behind-the-scene glimpse of how these blockbusters captivated audiences around the world.
Steven Spielberg in the jaws of Bruce, the animatronic shark, designed for the 1975 movieBored Panda
This picture is of Bolaji Badejo, a Nigerian student who wore the Alien suit in his only film role, taking a break during filming for the 1992 blockbuster AlienBored Panda
This is the lifesize T-Rex animatronic on the set if the 1993 Jurassic Park filmBored Panda
George Lucas pointing at the fully operational Death Star during filming for the 1983 Hollywood hit Star Wars: Episode VI — Return Of The JediBored Panda
This is an example of how models were used for film 80 per cent of the scenes in the highest grossing film of 1996, Independence DayBored Panda
Steven Spielberg covered the camera in a white cloth with two holes in it to get the point of view shots for the 1982 film, ET – The Extra-TerrestrialBored Panda
There was no proper way to hide the camera so the director of photography disguised it with a coat and tie matching the ones Morpheus is wearing to film this scene from 1999 The MatrixBored Panda
In the Hollywood favourite Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, this how the plane crash scene was filmedBored Panda
For the 1994 True Lies film, this scene was filmed with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee CurtisBored Panda
More than 100 pairs of latex hands were made to create the iconic ‘Helping Hands’ scene of the 1986 film LabyrinthBored Panda
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