12/10/2013


Battlestar Galactica (1978)
Movies can create fantastical worlds with monstrous objects that defy imagination. In reality, they're usually quite small. Here are 20 behind-the-scenes pictures of things in science fiction movies that are surprisingly small.



What do you think of the images? Did any of them surprise you? Which is your favorite?



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13 comments:

DAVID WALSTON said...

I like the pic of George Lucas putting his finger in the Death Star cannon hole...Thats why it blew up!

Pat Dilloway said...

With all the CGI stuff really good miniatures are probably going to be a lost art soon enough.

Rusty Carl said...

I didn't realize that they had miniature Han and Leia things for the SW movies. That's awfully impressive. Those folks were actually in the film? Wow.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Actually the Metropolis scene and the Neverending Story dragon were still quite large.

jeremy [retro] said...

some of those represented should how you could make a film and not have a billion dollar budget. you would think cgi would be less now, than say 15 years ago...

Tony Laplume said...

Stop ruining the magic!!!

spacerguy said...

You mean USS Enterprise wasn't filmed in outerspace? What? I don't believe it! No way!! What about the behind the scenes camera guy that followed Kirks ship everywhere? You see!!! Hes the proof!

Maurice Mitchell said...

Too late Tony. Bwah-ha-ha!

Maurice Mitchell said...

It's hard to believe Spacer guy. But you're right!

Maurice Mitchell said...

It is a lost art Pat, which is a shame since they're so talented.

Maurice Mitchell said...

It's not about the money Jeremy, but the skills.

Maurice Mitchell said...

The Luck Dragon was bigger than I expected.

Maurice Mitchell said...

The video of them moving the puppets is even more impressive. It's amazing stuff Rusty.

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