These 23 Pics Show How Much Fun Celebrities Had On The Sets Of Their Famous Films

1. Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder during the filming of “Edward Scissorhands”. Sexy couple, no?

 

2. James Dean and Natalie Wood goof it up behind the scenes of “Rebel Without A Cause” in 1955.

 

3. Helena Bonham Carter makes fun of Voldemort on the set of “Harry Potter”. Brave!

4. Steven Spielburg being a funny guy on the set of “Jaws”.

 

5. Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and David Fincher hanging on the set of “Fight Club”. Epic.

 

6. In the make-up room of “The Exorcist” (1973).

7. Behind-the-scenes of “Star Wars”.

 

8. A Kubrick takes a cheeky selfie on the set of “The Shining”.

 

9. On the set of “Sixteen Candles” Molly Ringwald, John Huges and Michael Schoeffling  (1984).

 

10. On the set of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, the actors have a laugh.

 

11. Yep, we wish we were there: “Wayne’s World”.

 

12. John Travolta and Bruce Willis laugh off cam while filming “Pulp Fiction”.

13. A fresh faced Natalie Portman on the set of “Leon The Professional”. Hilarious!

 

14. The guy in the vest eating a muffin is the only thing that makes this shot not completely terrifying. On the set of “Lord Of The Rings”.

 

15. Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet with the young versions of themselves during the filming of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”.

16. “Inception” – yes sir, this would have been a buzzy set!

 

17. Christian Bale, Tom Hardy and Christopher Nolan chilling for a second during the filming of “The Dark Knight Rises”.

18. What a surreal photo! On the set of incredible early film “Metropolis” (1927).

19. Ha! The tables are turned during filming of “Planet of the Apes”.

 

20. Hugo Weaving and Tim Pigott-Smith share a joke behind the scenes of 2006’s “V For Vendetta”.

 

21. Harvey Keitel and Tim Roth bond during the filming of “Reservoir Dogs”.

22. Showing how different actors can be from their characters, “The Matrix”, Hugo Weaving has a laugh at his character Agent Smith’s expense.

 

23. The actors take a moment to take polaroids during “Blade Runner.” What memories!