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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Ahead of the new Netflix series, Honest Trailers pummels the 2003 Daredevil starring Ben Affleck: An artist depicts The Avengers as the Eight Immortals from Chinese mythology in the illustration below (via Neatorama): This supercut highlighting the best of Pixar movies has all the feels, and not just because it includes Inside Out clips (via Design Taxi): Wouldn't you love to read this prop book by Jeff Goldblum's Jurassic Park character, which is the latest viral marketing bite for Jurassic World (via Slashfilm)? Special effects supervisor George Gibbs tells the story of the bridge scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in this...
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Read More: Watch: 'Academy Originals' Goes Behind-the-Scenes of The Oscars Ever wonder what it took to film that bridge explosion scene in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"? The latest video from "Academy Originals" wants to answer all your pressing questions. Special effects supervisor George Gibbs, who has worked on such films films as "Temple of Doom," "Alien 3" and "Doom," gives a guided, animated tour through the process and obstacles of filming the scene. Whether it was cloudy weather, a wave of onlookers or an abundance of cameras, nothing was going to stop director Steven Spielberg and Gibbs from completing the stunt. In the end, the scene went as smooth as it could have. "They were all congratulating me. I think they reason they were all pleased is that I shot it before lunch," joked Gibbs. Watch the full video above. Read More: Watch: 'Academy Originals' Teases 'Hollywood Costume' at Academy. »
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