See how the leading visual effects studio delivered 896 shots on Paramount Pictures’ newest entry in the ‘Transformers’ universe, including creating multiple large-scale full CG and digital set extensions, including one that transported the present-day New York skyline back to 1994.
MPC recently delivered 896 shots on Paramount Pictures’ Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, directed by Steven Caple Jr., which takes audiences on an epic journey, transporting them to a world where ancient history collides with a battle for survival. MPC seamlessly brought life to breathtaking action sequences and characters in the latest theatrical entry in the Transformers universe.
Production VFX supervisor Gary Brozenich oversaw the visual effects, working with MPC VFX supervisors Richard Little and Carlos Caballero Valdés and MPC VFX producers Cindy Deringer and Nicholas Vodicka. The MPC team consisted of over 1,000 artists and production crew collaborating across the company’s studios in London, Montreal, Bangalore, LA, Toronto, and Adelaide, delivering 896 shots, including 18 of the movie’s characters such as Arcee; Bumblebee; Mirage; Optimus Primal; Optimus Prime; Rhinox; Scourge; and the planet-eating Unicron.
MPC has shared a VFX breakdown reel highlighting the studio’s extensive work on the project, which included multiple large-scale full CG and digital set extensions, including one that transported the present-day New York skyline back to 1994.
Read VFXWorld’s “MPC Shares VFX and Animation From ‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’” for a detailed look at the studio’s VFX magic – and watch “MPC - Transformers: Rise of the Beasts VFX Breakdown” to see it for yourself:
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is now streaming on Paramount+.