Boba Fett and Darth Vader join the filmmakers in the ILM lobby for a photo op.
ILM had a photographer follow the Oscar tour around their facilities and we'd like to share some of the great pics.
Robot's Taki Tsuyoshi translates Kunio Kato's answer for the ILM crowd.
Presto composer Scot Stafford has a lightsaber duel with Oktapodi director Olivier Delabarre.
Kunio checks out some matte paintings.
The group gets a look at an elaborate matte painting from Die Hard 2.
ILM's bronze statue of special effects master Ray Harryhausen.
The filmmakers enjoy the many wonders on display in the ILM halls.
Lavatory Lovestory's Konstan Bronzit (l-r), E.T. and Oktapodi's Francois-Xavier Chanioux.
Konstantin snaps a shot of some Pirates of the Caribbean sculpts.
Oktapodi's Emud Mokhberi and his trusty camera.
Models, models everywhere.
A stop by the large Lemony Snicket house model.
ILM - a Model Lover's Dream
Checking out the various crew photos from past ILM projects.
FX and Oktapodi's Quentin Marmier gaze upon T2 models.
Can't miss photo op - Konstantin with the Star Wars stars.
Scot Stafford as C-3P0.
Quentin leans on R2.
Kunio and Taki flank a stormtrooper.
Konstantin gets some wise advice.
Konstantin strikes a pose.
Konstantin takes a pic of a prop from Jurassic Park.
The tour swings by the original Kerner Optical door.
Presto director Doug Sweetland takes a closer look at some of ILM's work.
Konstantin sits at the feet of Who Framed Roger Rabbit's Judge Doom.
Emud takes a pic of Oktapodi director Olivier Delabarre with the Judge Doom prop.
Scot reads more about the granddaddy of visual effects - the optical printer.