Look at the Best Behind-the-Scenes Photo from 'Shaun of the Dead'
We love going behind the scenes of our favorite movies whether it's with featurettes or pictures taken on set by the cast and crew for fans to enjoy on Twitter and Instagram. Well, way before those channels of social media rules the world, and high quality cameras on phones were a little less prominent, digital cameras were still all the rage. And one awesome picture was taken on the set of Shaun of the Dead, but this is the first time that we've seen the photo. You might be wondering what we could possible see from a film that was released ten years ago this year, but trust me, this new photo is amusingly cool and fun. Look below!
Here's the best behind the scenes photo from Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead (via BloodyDisgusting):
And here's the scene in question if you haven't seen it for some terrible reason:
Yes, that's the actual picture that Nick Frost took during the scene when Shaun (Simon Pegg) was getting attacked by Mary, the grocery store clerk zombie in the backyard. What's most cool about this picture is that the camera itself wasn't just a prop with a flash added digitally in post-production, but a real camera. Depending on how many times this particular scene was shot, there might be even more versions. Cool?