10 Great Movies Based On The Making Of Real Movies


Hollywood has always showcased films that have featured ups and downs of filmmaking or have intriguing backstories of how they were created, and much more. La La Land and Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and one of the best examples that shows the lives of the actors and directors. Here we have listed similar films which you will love to watch your closed one in this weekend.

  1. Hugo (2011)

Director Martin Scorsese has recreated A Trip To The Moon and used various settings, props, as well as behind the scenes of the same. The director has expressed the love for this movie through the eyes of Hugo.

  1. Shadow Of The Vampire (2000)

This flick honors the iconic silent horror film Nosferatu (1922). The film stars characters like John Malkovich, Willem Dafoe, and Director F.W. Murnau. The film director hires a real vampire to make the authentic Vampire movie, but soon the vampire begins to attack the crew of the film.

  1. Baadasssss! (2003)

The 2003’s film showcases the complicated production of Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss, which got criticized for graphic sex and violence scenes. The plot revolves around Mario Van Peebles and Melvin Van Peebles.

  1. My Week With Marilyn (2011)

Michelle Williams beautifully portrays Marilyn Monroe, where the late actress got escorted to London. The film also shows her relationship with Eddie Redmayne’s character and director Laurence Olivier.

  1. Hitchcock (2012)

The film stars Helen Mirren, Scarlet Johansson, and Toni Collette. This flick is a recreation of the production of Psycho. Viewers can also get a chance to see the theatrical experience for the latter. 

  1. The Aviator (2004)

Leonardo DiCaprio plays the role of Aviator Howard Hughes. The biopic shows what Hughes had to go through to shoot a film in the air during the 1930s.

  1. The Disaster Artist (2017)

If you want to know behind the scenes of The Room film, then check out this flick. The film stars lead actors and real-life brothers James and Dave Franco. 

  1. Dolemite Is My Name (2019)

If Shaft and The Disaster Artist had a kid, then it would be this Netflix movie. The film shows the production of Dolemite, where Rudy Ray Moore tried to pursue his dreams even if people considered him insane.

  1. Ed Wood (1994)

The film showcases the making of director Ed Wood’s films like Plan 9 from Outer Space. Johnny Depp portrays the character of Wood. Tim Burton pays honor to Wood and makes the viewers believe that the Ed Wood film was created by Wood himself.

  1. Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

The most impressive thing about this film is that it makes the viewers rethink about the real message behind Disney’s Marry Poppins movie.


So these were our top ten picks! Let us know which one you liked the most. You can also connect with us if you would like to add any other films to our list. Visit our website regularly for the latest news about films and series.


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