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Video: With The Lion King getting its own live-action adaptation, Disney is capitalising on renewed interest in one of its beloved classics with a new "Signature Collection" re-release -- one that includes never-before-seen footage from the recording booth for the film, and it's honestly as delightful as it is hammy. It's so deliciously hammy, I want to pluck it from a butcher's hook and take it home with me for sandwiches.

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Video: Honestly, we couldn't be more excited for the Wonder Woman movie, so a 13-minute featurette packed with new little glimpses of the movie is just icing on the cake at this point. But what you're really here to see is the sheer delight of Gal Gadot in action as Diana, both when the cameras are rolling and when they aren't, because it's just the best.

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Video: David Fincher got his start working on special effects for Return of the Jedi. In some rare footage from Alien 3, we get to see and hear how he works with the FX team to bring the destroyed Bishop android to life. Usually, footage like this would be considered an effects test, but when David Fincher's doing it, it's a rehearsal.

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Video: I mean, the animator in the gif above changes his shirt at least four times before he's able to make the Ninja Monkey doll walk, like, a couple of steps. That's a lot of time spent animating the most basic of motions lasting just seconds. Imagine all the elbow grease that goes into the more intense stuff, or even a minute of footage. In the behind-the-scenes footage of Kubo and the Two Strings, we get to see a bit of the magic that goes into making a stop motion film.

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Video: Am I going to watch that new Bourne movie? I don't know, probably not. Are you? You probably don't need to, because the coolest part of the movie isn't actually in the movie -- it's this behind the scenes footage showing the filming of a car chase. The B-roll footage shows how the arm of the chase car camera swings around and swivels, tailing the car perfectly so that it can get all the right angles.

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Video: Here's a lively, 10-minute behind-the-scenes peek at the first two episodes of Game of Thrones season six. We hear from several actors including Peter Dinklage, as well as director Jeremy Podeswa, writer Dave Hill and others, who share animated storyboards and tales of what it's like to shoot when one of your characters is a giant.