Prop makers often need to create fake versions of real objects that won't make any noise during filming.
From "A Trip to the Moon" to "Star Wars" to "The Midnight Sky," filmmakers have used evolving technology to portray space travel and zero-gravity.
We talked to voice acting coaches Joan Baker and Rudy Gaskins to find out how celebrities prepare for voice roles in animated movies.
Special effects artists and prop designers find creative ways to make everything from fake body parts to food and even puke look realistic.
From "Captain America" to "Captain Marvel" to "Avengers: Endgame," see the ways the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are made.
Personal trainer Eric Johnson shares how he helped Scarlett Johansson get into shape to play Black Widow.
Foley sounds are used to create sounds for human interactions on the big screen. Shaun Brennan showed us how to create crucial sounds in fight scenes.
We find out the secret ways horror movies like "The Invisible Man" use sound to build suspense and create a heightened reality for audiences.
Here's a look back at how LGBTQ characters in kids' shows evolved from Hays Code-era stereotypes and queer-coded villains.
We look at the history of car chases in movies from "Bullitt" to "Fast & Furious 9" and break down how Hollywood chase scenes have changed through the years.
The sound team behind 2021's "Mortal Kombat" went above and beyond to create the franchise's famously gruesome sound effects.
We look at how the "The Simpsons" has been animated over 32 seasons and see how the show evolved from crude sketches to the crisp, clean look today.
Hollywood stars from J. Lo to ScarJo transform their bodies to play characters. Find out how custom workout routines get them ready for these roles.
We asked Rebekah McKendry, a film professor at USC who specializes in horror, what makes films like "The Conjuring" and "Insidious" so terrifying?
Many newer movies and TV shows like "WandaVision" hide the villain among the good guys and wait until just the right moment for the big reveal.
From a Texas switch to a magic carpet, there are many techniques Hollywood uses to make even the most unimaginable stunts come to life.
Stunt coordinator Jack Gill takes us behind the scenes of this incredible sequence, explaining the ways they made the action look so realistic.