Go behind the scenes of eight disaster films
Some people just want to watch the world burn.
There is almost nothing better than watching a disaster film on the big screen. They offer epic scope and scope as they tear the world apart. Movies like The day after tomorrow, 2012, and even San Andreas everyone enjoys destroying iconic landmarks, people disappearing into the earth and changing society as we know it.
There is so much work in disaster films. You have to mix hands-on scenes with tons of extras and green screens. You need to create VFX, shoot multiple angles, and coordinate hundreds if not thousands of people at the same time just to get one shot.
Just take it from Steven Spielberg, it’s a lot!
None of this even mentions writing and creating worlds, which can take years.
Disaster movements are something to marvel at. And that’s why I’m so excited to see this behind-the-scenes look at Insider’s disaster movies. Check out their video for details. at Noah, crazy Max, and many other titles, and then let’s talk after the jump.