When Baz Luhrmann's involved in a film, you know there's going to be a lot of blood, sweat and champagne poured into the special effects. His most recent production, The 3-D adaptation of The Great Gatsby, was no different, with dramatic sweeping shots over New York City and hyperactive visuals that don't even exist in real life—it was real Bazzy-like. Now his visual effects supervisor, Chris Godfrey, has shared a reel showing some before and after shots. Click through to strip away the magic...

Now we're gonna go ponder what the absence of a real green light means. [via Flavorwire]