There’s more than just fabulous actors in films. From stunts to body doubles, there are plenty of others who bring movies to life. 

In this video, Isabella Boylston, a principal ballerina at the American Ballet Theatre, breaks down dance scenes from a number of popular movies. She even takes a look at one of the scenes from Red Sparrow where she was the dance double for Jennifer Lawrence. How cool is that?

Whether the actors need to fight, drive, or dance, they have a brilliant team of people behind them to make them look magical. The creative and talented dancers bring the films to life in beautiful ways.

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  • Connor Sassmannshausen is a screenwriter, video producer, and social media organizer with the Initiative Production Company. She loves watching movies, nerdy t-shirts, travelling and taking broken things apart (but not necessarily putting them back together).

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