The world of film is littered with movies and television shows that are made for a limited period of time, but they all have something in common: they are live-actions.
That means they’re interactive, and they are not necessarily the same film as the movie that made them.
Here’s a look at the five most-watched movies of all time, as judged by their live-animated versions.
The Princess Bride: The Live-Action Original The Princess of Hearts, the live-audition version of this fairy tale, was a smash hit.
Its cast of actors, including Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway, played a princess, played by a woman.
The film was filmed over the course of just nine months, with a budget of $500,000.
That meant that only a handful of people were needed to make the movie in a day.
The live-actors’ performance was so convincing that it became a cult classic, and it was adapted into two feature films in the late ’80s and early ’90s.
It was nominated for seven Oscars in 1994, and is still a cult favorite today.
The Matrix: Live-action Original The live action adaptation of the Matrix, the science fiction movie, was shot in 90 days, using a special special digital camera and laser light.
It starred Tom Cruise and the Matrix’s director, David Ellison.
The movie was released in 2004 and went on to become a smash, earning $1.8 billion worldwide.
Transformers: Live Action Original The Transformers live-Action series was shot on location in Los Angeles and used live actors to make sure it was as realistic as possible.
The cast included Hayden Christensen, Zoe Kravitz and Jai Courtney.
The show was released on DVD in 2011 and has since become a hit worldwide.
The Avengers: Live Live-Animated The Avengers live-filmed movie is an adaptation of Robert Heinlein’s novel Starship Troopers.
It’s set during World War II and focuses on the United States military, including the Battle of Midway.
The filmmakers, Rob Tapert and Chris Morgan, filmed it in 60 days and shot a whopping 8.3 hours.
It grossed $1 billion worldwide, and was nominated twice for best foreign language film.
The Great Gatsby: Live Animated The film has been around for decades, and its original animated short is still going strong today.
It aired in 2000 and starred Michael Fassbender, Jessica Alba and Emma Stone.
It made $5 million at the box office and grossed over $150 million worldwide.
The plot of the film centers around the misadventures of a woman and her husband who meet at a party, but soon fall in love.
The story was inspired by the book of the same name by author Harper Lee.
The final film in the series, released in 2019, was nominated five times for best animated feature and is a popular franchise.