Luma Pictures Celebrates 10 Years
Luma's first opportunity to work on the comic book genre came in 2009 with X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Twentieth Century Fox also tapped Luma for the blockbuster hit X-Men: First Class, while Marvel tasked the VFX house with creating major atmospheric effects as well as the design and animation for the mighty Destroyer villain in the film Thor. Luma also provided over 200 shots for Marvel's The Avengers, which has made over $600 million domestically.
Luma recently moved and upgraded its office facility once more to accommodate growth and enhanced infrastructure. Returning to Santa Monica, where Luma first began, the company's new facility boasts 100+ seats for artists, a motion capture stage and screening room among additional amenities.
“Ten years later, we're still doing what we love, guided by the same principles, and surrounded by a staff we care for,” reflects Payam Shohadai.
Luma Pictures has over 70 credits in feature film as well as commercial endeavors.
Source: Luma Pictures