When there's something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? The answer should be, "someone from the special effects department at the movie studio." Because it was probably the result of their handiwork, and not an actual ghost.
As it turns out, the Back To The Future trilogy is not a documentary. The lack of hoverboards or self-lacing shoes should have been our first clue that this was the case. But this picture of Michael J. Fox on set seals the deal.
Here's Dustin Hoffman, nearly in character from the movie Tootsie. In the movie, the character Michael Dorsey is a man who could only get a job by dressing as a woman to play a woman. But in reality, Dustin Hoffman was a man playing a man who dressed like a woman to play a woman. Hope this clears things up.
Without his helmet, Darth Vader seems much less scary as actor David Prowse. When Darth says that he's Luke's father, it's a huge shock. But if this guy said he was your father, he looks like he might be able to do a pretty good job.
Here's Tim Burton and Johnny Depp on the set of Edward Scissorhands. From this photo, it appears that Tim is showing off that his hands are completely normal. Come on, Tim Burton, there's no need to brag.
Here's Michael Keaton's Batman, taking a peek through the movie camera. The only way this photo could be cooler? That would be if Prince (who did the movie's soundtrack) happened to be wandering in the background for some reason.
In the movie, if you says "Beetlejuice" three times, he instantly appears. But in reality, Michael Keaton needs a lot of make up before Beatlejuice to appear. Maybe that's why, when copying his look, Robin Thicke only elected to steal the outfit.
James Bond and M laughing and having a good time? Shouldn't she be giving him orders to stop a dangerous supervillain? Looks like James doesn't just have a license to kill, but also a license to chill.
We hate to spoil the magic, but Carrie Fisher wasn't really a princess. And Peter Mayhew is a human male, not really a Wookie. But on the bright side, that means the Star Wars Holiday Special isn't real either.
If you've seen The Graduate, there's a good chance you enjoyed the movie. However, you may have been confused that every person in the movie was made up of various shades of gray. But thanks to this photo, we now know the actors in the movie actually existed in real, living color.
Sure, most of already know that Kermit is not, in fact, an actual talking and singing frog. And we know that he was initially voiced and controlled by Muppet master Jim Henson. But still, somehow, this photo is incredibly jarring
This looks like a behind-the-scenes photo, but it might also be from a Lord Of The Rings deleted scene. It's the scene where Gandalf is supposed to give assistance to Frodo, but Gandalf says he first has to update his OKCupid profile. It's probably wise that this scene did not make the movie.