Heath Was A Skater Boy
"The Dark Knight" was a dark film, so of course Heath Ledger had to keep things light between his scenes. What better way to taunt Batman than by doing some sick skate tricks over him?
Voldemort Got Hammered
It may have taken 8 movies, but we finally got to see Voldemort get a little silly behind the scenes of the final battle scene. He looks so different with a nose!
Pre-Iceberg, But Still Chillin'
It's hard to remember that Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet were just a pair of goofy kids when they weren't portraying Jack and Rose in "Titanic." Here they are hanging out on the set in their fancy costumes.
Hugging, In "Liu" Of Killing
Their characters may fight in "Kill Bill," but Uma Thurman and Lucy Liu couldn't stay mad at each other when the cameras were off. Definitely a friendship to lose your head over.
Winona Ryder took her chances with those sharp metal hands and embraces Johnny Depp in a hug behind the scenes of "Edward Scissorhands."
Giggling With Snape
Maybe Snape really is capable of having a laugh with Harry and Ron. He certainly seems to be proving it in this behind-the-scenes photo from "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."
The Rain Of Gandalf
What's a wizard to do when the weather starts to get bad? Wait it out under his umbrella of course. Ian McKellen showed his dedication to the "Lord of the Rings" series by waiting in the rain in his full costume between takes.
Those lightsaber duels needed to look perfect in "The Phantom Menace," so Darth Maul took it upon himself to be sure the camera angles were just right.
A Bloody Good Time
She may be covered in blood, but Sissy Spacek can't help but smile on the set of "Carrie." If only her character was as lighthearted about this look...
Fries Taste Better Than People
Hannibal Lector's favorite dish in "The Silence of the Lambs" may have been human beings, but Anthony Hopkins is more of a fan of French fries. He had to be fed fries one by one while he was in his famous face mask and straightjacket.
A Hardy Laugh
Batman and Bane may be enemies in "The Dark Knight Rises," but Tom Hardy and Christian Bale will still crack jokes with each other when the cameras aren't rolling. Too bad their characters couldn't settle things like this.
Uh oh -- it looks like Chewbacca is getting a little frisky with Princess Leia. Han better watch out.
The Grady twins freaked us out in "The Shining," but they were just regular girls behind the scenes.
Let Them Surf The Web
Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman took a break from 18th century France to check out what was happening online while filming "Marie Antoinette." That better be classical music, Kirsten!
Jaws Of Life
Steven Spielberg took a lot of the fright factor away from the giant shark prop in "Jaws" by lounging in its mouth.
The "Fight Club" cast were feeling pretty silly between takes. The first rule of coffee break is don't talk about coffee break.
The Rise Of A Hero
I guess Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner just weren't getting their poses right. Thankfully, director Joss Whedon was on hand to show them how it's done.
Maggie Smith stayed in the wizarding world between takes, even in her reading choices. Smith used a wheelchair in the later films as she was undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer at the time.
In "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," Charlie is chosen to take over Wonka's career. Behind the scenes, he really just took Gene Wilder's hat.