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What 12 movies from 2022 looked like behind the scenes

To pull off some of the most sensational aerial stunts ever seen in a movie, Tom Cruise trained the cast of "Top Gun: Maverick" to fly while the crew captured footage from the cockpit using a groundbreaking Imax camera setup. To be safely involved in the highway chase in "The Batman," Robert Pattinson and Colin Farrell either rode in camera cars driven by stunt drivers or sat on a rig in front of LED screens. Then, with "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" and "Thor: Love and Thunder," Marvel movies pushed technological boundaries, while their stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Chris Hemsworth, and Christian Bale could be hoisted into the air thanks to wires and tuning forks. For "Bullet Train," the crew built moving train-car models on set, and Brad Pitt was later placed into a CG-built exploding train. But the real surprise breakout action film of the year was "Everything Everywhere All at Once." Using specially created props, the film gave Ke Huy Quan a killer fanny pack. And thanks to hidden wirework, Jamie Lee Curtis could fly in the air and Michelle Yeoh could look like she was delivering powerful blows with just one pinky. Own "The Batman" now on digital and 4K ultra HD. Rising Sun Pictures: https://www.youtube.com/@rspvfx1500 https://www.instagram.com/rspvfx/ https://www.rsp.com.au/ DNEG: https://www.youtube.com/@DNEGVFX https://www.instagram.com/dneg/ https://www.dneg.com/ CC Ice: https://www.instagram.com/cc_ice_stunts/ Panorama SFX: http://www.panoramasfx.se/ https://www.instagram.com/panoramasfx/ https://www.instagram.com/panoramaworkshop/ https://vimeo.com/user23951566 Adam Pescott: https://www.instagram.com/adampescott/
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