Fake Magic Tricks Exposed on the Web!

How do magicians keep their tricks a secret in the age of the Internet?

Sleight of hand, naturally.

The new magic-fueled thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg, “Now You See Me,” may send some viewers straight to Google in search of secrets to tricks before the credits roll — particularly to unravel some splashy illusions created with the help of Los Angeles magician David Kwong. While Googlers may come up empty on certain tricks (some used computer graphics) other secrets are out there for the taking.

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