Remember how Tony Stark's house was completely destroyed in Iron Man 3? Don't despair for the waste of beautiful Malibu real estate: it didn't even exist in the first place. It was a magic fake house blown up by very real-looking fake special effects. Here's how they did it.
Iron Man 3's Visual Effects Team Are Great At Blowing Things Up
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