3. Animating with atoms:
For “A Boy And His Atom,” IBM moved atoms with a scanning tunneling microscope to make its actors, props, and scenes. The lead character is a single nanometer in size (one 25 millionth the size of an inch), and Guinness World Records has certified it as the world’s smallest stop-motion film.
8. Changing costumes eighty-five times:
Madonna earned this world record while filming Evita.
9. Filming in Antarctica for thirteen months:
The director and crew spent over a year filming these adorable creatures for March of the Penguins, sometimes only getting three hours to shoot because of the intense cold. Morgan Freeman only spent one day in a recording booth.