Behind every stunning performance is a huge amount of behind-the-scenes effort., and film-making is no different. Great movies demand a combination of great storyline, acting, cinematography, visuals, and sound. Keeping the audience highly engaged is no small feat and we’ve put together the best scenes from some of the top 5 highest-grossing movies of all time and how they were shot. 

5. Avengers: Infinity War

Box Office: $ 2,048,359,754

Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Release Year: 2018

Avengers Infinity War is a fast-paced superhero movie with all the right suspense and action to keep you engaged. The storyline centers around the evil Thanos’ quest for the infinity stones. Thanos’ obsession with the stone forces him to sacrifice someone he loves. Thanos must kill Gamora, to earn the stone. The Avengers unite with T’Challa and the Wakandan forces to fight back Thanos’ army. 

4. Star Wars Episode VII – The Force Awakens

Box Office: $ 2,069,521,700

Director: J.J. Abrams

Release Year: 2015

The Star Wars Episode VII is space action-filled drama like no other that has taken the Star Wars sequel to another level with a twist of excitement. General Leia Organa, leader of the resistance that opposes the evil dictatorship Galactic Empire. She returns to search for her brother, Luke Skywalker who has gone missing, whom after an attempt to build the Jedi Order, an apprentice turns to the Dark Side and destroys the temple and kills other apprentices.

3. Titanic

Box Office: $ 2,201,647,264   

Director: James Cameron

Release Year: 1997

Titanic is an unforgettable romantic drama that captures the attraction between two people of different social classes who fall in love onboard the ship on its maiden voyage. Jack finds Rose contemplating suicide and discourages her, their friendship blossoms, and becomes a threat to her abusive fiancee who frames Jack for theft and gets him locked up. But, Rose can’t seem to get him out of her mind. As the ship begins to sink, Rose sneaks off to free Jack, a move that infuriates Cal. Jack dies of hypothermia but Rose lives to tell the story of the moment she experienced love.

2. Avengers: Endgame

Box Office: $ 2,797,501,328 

Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Release Year: 2019

Nothing beats the sensational action thriller of the Avengers Endgame. After destroying half of all life in the universe, the evil Thanos resides on an uninhabited island. Captain Marvel rescues Tony Starks and Nebula from deep space to reunite with the rest of the Avengers to retrieve the infinity stones and reverse the actions of Thanos. The battle rages Dr. Strange arrives with other sorcerers, the restored Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy, the Ravagers, and the armies of Wakanda and Asgard to fight Thanos’ army, the battle leads to a glorious victory and also the death of Tony Starks.

1. Avatar

Box Office: $ 2,847,246,203  

Director: James Cameron

Release Year: 2009

Avatar is a captivating science fiction film with a spice of romance and all the adventures to keep you wanting more. Jake Sully, a paraplegic former Marine is recruited to replace his deceased identical twin brother as an operator of  Na’vi-human hybrids called “avatars”. He gets found by Neytiri, a female Na’vi after an attack and gets taken to their clan. Jake and Neytiri fall in love as he begins to embrace the ways of the clan. Jake betrays his loyalty to his recruiters who seek to destroy the Hometree. 

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