Fantasy scenes take audiences away to places that are at odds with reality. Fantasy interfaces and fantastic landscapes are based in an impossible world. As foreign as they might seem, imaginary places set in a familiar atmosphere or function of the real world. They follow certain rules that remind viewers of the true consequences of life.
It’s the difference between gold and fool’s gold, it’s about awareness to navigate the world, understanding what’s in it, and not giving in to the glitz, glamour, and glamour. These fantasy worlds have been taken from their source material, stuffed through a camera, and brought to life in painstaking detail.
8 Emerald City – The Wizard of Oz (1939)
The Wizard of Oz It is the American dream that was turned upside down by the Great Depression. The values of American society were questioned and changed from materialism to a work ethic, and from selfishness to selflessness. Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) is a teenager from Kansas who moves to the Land of Oz after a tornado knocks her unconscious. You meet dreamlike characters along the way and The Wizard of Oz in the Emerald City. The luxurious and utopian city is made up of the green jewel and its residents also wear green clothes.
7 Gotham City – Batman (1989)
Batman He introduced moviegoers to the Gotham City comic book fans they knew and loved. Director Tim Burton based it on the Batman comics killing joke And The Dark Knight Returns for dark tone and subject matter. The production design took a mixture of different architectures to create a bleak and ugly city. Representing the dark dichotomy between Batman and the Joker with the unfamiliar industrialization of a gothic city captured the milieu of superheroes and supervillains.
6 Hogwarts – Harry Potter (2001-2011)
the Harry Potter The series all started at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The boarding school of magic serves as the main setting in the franchise and the wizarding world. Established between the 9th and 10th centuries around Scotland, Hogwarts is a massive castle with a patchwork of towers and battlements on the shore of the Black Loch. The grounds are surrounded by rolling lawns, an enchanted forest, outbuildings and greenhouses. Besides protecting and concealing the school with magic and spells, its inner halls and chambers change and reposition due to the institution being built with and supported by magic.
5 King’s Landing – Game of Thrones (2011-2019)
game of thrones Introduced readers and viewers to the continent of Westeros. Within its seven kingdoms lies the capital of King’s Landing. Surrounded by walls and dominated by three hills, the densely populated city is roaring and in chaos due to power struggles between the poor and the rich. One of its hills, however, houses the franchise’s signature image of the Iron Throne at Red Cape Royal Castle.
4 Narnia – The Chronicles of Narnia (2005-2010)
The Chronicles of Narnia The film series introduced the diverse land mass that is Narnia. On the other side of a magical wardrobe, the fantasy world is surrounded by an ocean of mythical beasts and talking animals. Its geography includes forests, marshes, hills, and mountains with different climates. To the east are islands and to the west are uncharted waters with stars and planets manifesting themselves as angels and cosmic beings. Beneath the surface of Narnia is a sunless underworld called the Underground and beyond that is the fiery land of Bismu.
3 Neverland – Peter Pan (1953)
Peter Pan And the titular character takes place in and hails from Neverland, an island of escapism and forever young people. The happy bird boy lives on a boundless island with terrain created by children’s imaginations. For John Darling, Neverland is a lake with flamingos flying over it, while for Michael Darling, it is flamingos with lakes flying over it. Time in Neverland is variable, as many suns and moons traverse its skies. Neverland is also located somewhere between the stars, which means it can only be reached by plane.
2 Shire – The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)
the Lord of the Rings The series contains many dangerous and mystical landscapes, but none more homey than Shire. Populated exclusively by hobbits, the Shire is a remote, inland region cut off from the rest of Middle-earth. The rural countryside consists of underground dwellings and burrows built into the hills. Their homes are called hobbit holes, resting place. A sanctuary from the horrors of the world makes the Shire a perfect and tame place to live.
1 Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factorycompared to the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, it has the most advanced chocolate and candy making technology. The exterior of the factory is a distressed, dark brick-and-mortar business with the clean lines of the architecture. The interior design is inclusive, from futuristic space age to psychedelic pop art. Colorful, exaggerated, and industrial, Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory has the look and feel of an aloof, quirky, and genius chocolatier.