Avengers: Infinity Wars will release on 23rd April 2018. The countdown has begun and we cannot wait for this ultimate Marvel production to hit the theatres. A large number of action and thriller movies are yet to be released this year. We are pretty sure Avengers: Infinity War will land as the best film this year.
Anthony and Joe Russo’s Avengers: Infinity War has some extensively promising talent showed in the films. Industrial Lights and Magic (ILM) along with Weta digital, Cinesite, Double Negative, Framestore, Method Studios, Lola, Rise, Perception and Digital Domain are the companies who contributed in the VFX of this film.
The smack down with Thanos is going to be the ultimate game changer. Coming back to the visual effects. The main aim behind recruiting so many VFX supervisors is so that each and every small aspect of the film receives equal attention. Right from the action scenes, multi universe backgrounds to costume designs this film has all the detailing done appropriately.
This will be Thanos’ first appearance on screen and the entire Marvel Universe is going to come down together to fight their common enemy. Everyone is rooting for some new action from Black Panther. The directors have promised not to neglect any hero and give equal role significance to all the characters.
You can find out small sneak peeks from the before and after of the film. You will find out that all these scenes have actors pretending green screen as an army of robots. Well, makes you appreciate their acting skills though!
When global projects like these create such stunning visual effects VFX courses in India get their teaching cards on. The animation and VFX community in Kolkata is highly appreciating of the development of VFX in Kolkata.
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