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13 Behind-The-Scenes Truth OF Your Favorite Action Films

Well, Have you ever observed how you believe whatever you see in your dreams, no matter how illogical it really is?
Amusingly this same method applies to the movies.
Occasionally we get carried away by a movie so much that a wizard, a flying man, or talking aliens don’t look strange to us.
Nevertheless, it does not mean that whatever the audience is fed, they’ll eat it.
Creating acceptable fantasy is way harder than it might look. Generally, back in the day, most of the movies, when they got down from the big screen, were then sold in the form of DVDs for the rest of the people who weren’t able to watch the movie at the theater.
For those interested in having a look at behind- the- scenes, these DVDs feature this section at the end of the movie.
Show how the creators of the movie were able to deceive our fans. There are many facts hidden behind every behind the scene to protect it from fans as these might just change the way fans watch the movies.
Whether it’s an action movie or a comedy one or any-other movie. There are some behind-the-scene facts related to each of the films.
Similarly, our favorite action movies have some behind the scene facts that would change how we fans look at our favorite action movies.
So FandomWire has compiled the list of top 13 Behind-The-Scenes Facts of our favorite action movies.

13. John Wick was originally titled Scorn, and the only reason the title was changed at all was because Keanu Reeves kept remembering it wrong.

12. Inspired by Denzel Washington’s decision to always wear his scarring makeup to better connect to his character in Glory, Michael B. Jordan elected to wear Killmonger’s scars all through shooting Black Panther, even when they were not visible.

11. Quentin Tarantino put shooting Kill Bill on hold after Uma Thurman got pregnant, refusing to recast her.

10. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is literally the reason why the PG-13 rating exists.

9.The delicious-looking egg sandwich in Birds of Prey was actually made using duck eggs — not chicken eggs — because Margot Robbie is allergic to chicken egg whites.

8. Frank Sinatra was the studio’s first choice to play John McClane in Die Hard.

7. All of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s eyelashes were pulled out while shooting Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) after a plaster replica misha.

6. Chris Evans almost had a superhero cameo in Deadpool 2 but not as Captain America.

5. Daniel Craig sliced off the tip of his finger while filming Quantum of Solace and, in true James Bond fashion, didn’t think it was THAT big a deal.

4. Michelle Yeoh tore her ACL during a stunt gone wrong in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, but continued to perform her own stunts.

3.The title for Independence Day was literally chosen as a marketing ploy to force the studio to release the film during the summer.

2. Henry Cavill improvised the now-iconic “arm reloading” moment in Mission: Impossible — Fallout.

1. Sigourney Weaver actually made that “impossible” over-the-shoulder basketball shot in Alien Resurrection.

Source: Allie Hayes

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