The visual effects supervisor on Sony Pictures Animation’s Oscar-nominated, VES and Annie Award-winning animated masterpiece discusses how artistic and technical innovations were pushed to the limit to take audiences into visual storytelling realms they’ve never experienced before.
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See how the artistic and technical innovations on the Oscar-nominated and Annie Award-winning animated masterpiece were pushed to the limit in this thrilling new video, narrated by Sony Imageworks VFX supervisor Michael Lasker.
In Sony Pictures Animation’s hit sequel to their ground-breaking 2018 ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,’ while experiencing such boundless visual variety, presented in such an entertaining and engaging way, how can we not accept the simple and obvious fact that diversity is hard-wired into the fabric of reality?
See how animators brought to life the second chapter of the ‘Spider-Verse,’ as Miles Morales meets a team of Spider-People charged with protecting the Multiverse, coming to 4K UHD & Blu-ray September 5.
Catch the second chapter of the Spider-Verse, as Miles Morales meets a team of Spider-People charged with protecting the Multiverse, coming on Digital August 8, and 4K UHD & Blu-ray September 5.
Production designer Patrick O’Keefe dives deep into two of the hit film’s most underrated characters, including one who is more ‘unnatural disaster’ than ‘villain’ and one based on ‘continuous noise’ and 1970s London punk rock.
At least two different versions of the hit animated follow-up to 2018’s ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ have been discovered in cinemas, with more potentially to follow.
The co-director talks about his 'eye-bleeding' work on the visuals, and careful avoidance of excess wackiness, in Sony Pictures Animation’s acclaimed mega-hit 'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,' now playing in theaters worldwide.
Co-director Joaquim Dos Santos talks action, abstraction, and all things Spidey in a wide-ranging discussion of Sony Pictures Animation’s hit sequel, now playing in theaters worldwide.
Producer Amy Pascal confirmed that a live-action movie following Brooklyn’s friendly neighborhood Spidey is in development, as well as a ‘Spider-Woman’ film featuring the voice of Hailee Steinfeld.
Catch a closer look at Miles Morales, Ben Reilly, Gwen Stacy, Jessica Drew, Miguel O’Hara, Pavitr Prabhakar, Peter B. Parker, Hobie Brown, Spider-Cat, and The Spot in their own distinct styles, then see them in all their glory in theaters June 2.
He’s neither cow, nor dalmatian… he’s ‘The Spot,’ and he’s the new villain Miles Morales must face… along with his mom’s wrath for getting just a B in Spanish… and a sea of competing Spideys, in the snazzy, jazzy, and tantalizingly stylized trailer for the highly anticipated sequel, hitting theaters June 2.
Marvel Studios EVP Victoria Alonso squashes rumors that the late actor will reprise his T’Challa role as a digital double, opening up the possibilities for a replacement.
Daniel Kaluuya’s 59% will team with Mattel Films and Valparaiso Pictures to produce a live-action feature based on the children’s series ‘Barney & Friends.’
Four-part CG animated miniseries based on the classic 1972 novel by Richard Adams arrives on Netflix on December 23.