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BUMBLEBEE director Travis Knight, Visual Effects Supervisor Jason Smith on the VFX of the TRANSFORMERS spinoff. (VFX Voice)
Outlaw King Visual Effects Supervisor Alex Bicknel and Visual Effects Supervisor Dan Bethell from Method Studios about the hundreds of shots required to tell the story. (VFX Voice)
Packed with CGI, the quirky Western anthology on Netflix is like the Coen brothers’ own Marvel movie. (Cnet)
Atomic Fiction (which was acquired by Deluxe Entertainment in July and then made part of Method Studios) handled the lion’s share of VFX shots for Welcome to Marwen (Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures) (SHOOT Online)
Aquaman, the latest film in Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe, is a massive visual effects film. There are entirely synthetic underwater cities, countless cg sea creatures and characters, an enormous final act battle, and several huge out-of-water action scenes. (Cartoon Brew)
Atlanta-based boutique visual effects studio MOD is kicking off 2019 in high gear, moving into a spacious new bungalow-style facility and celebrating work on the music videos for two Grammy-nominated tunes. (Animation Magazine)
With the announcement of the various category shortlists last month, the visual effects Oscar race has tightened, leaving 10 contenders to fill five coveted nomination slots. Among the hopefuls are superhero films, franchise favorites and heartwarming stories. (The Los Angeles Times)
2018 is going down as the largest grossing year at the domestic box office, with an estimated total of $11.5 billion in tickets sales. (Animation Magazine)
Spider-Verse celebrates its print origins with bold graphics and mainstays of comic-book style, including thought balloons, printed words and wavy lines to indicate a tingling Spidey Sense. (New York Times)
This year, we said goodbye to many talented men and women who made the world a better place by working on some of our favorite shorts, TV shows and movies throughout the years. (Animation Magazine)
He served during Disney’s ‘Golden Age’ and later worked on episodes of The Smurfs. (The Hollywood Reporter)