The gripping sci-fi adventure about a future war between humans and AI, starring John David Washington (‘Tenet’), Gemma Chan (‘Eternals’), and Ken Watanabe (‘Inception’), hits theaters September 29; VFX studios include Clear Angle Studios, Crafty Apes, Fin Design + Effects, Folks VFX, Frontier VFX, ILM, Jellyfish Pictures, MARZ, Misc Studios, Outpost VFX, Supreme Studio, and VFX Los Angeles.
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The film about a future war between humans and AI, starring John David Washington (‘Tenet’), Gemma Chan (‘Eternals’), and Ken Watanabe (‘Inception’) hits theaters September 29.
While the cancelation of both series after their fourth seasons came as a shock to fans, James Gunn claims he and DC Studios co-CEO Peter Safran are blameless.
VFX Supervisor Dennis Berardi dishes on the show’s signature production of ghouls, critters, an octopus, a blob monster, a six-foot long queen rat, and a lady made out of beauty lotion – 2,000 visual effects shots all totaled - in the horror anthology series now streaming on Netflix.
The curated horror anthology from the acclaimed filmmaker debuts later this month with 2 themed episodes streaming daily for 4 nights; brand new motion art and debut dates tease fans, heightening anticipation for the series that’s coming soon, but not soon enough!
The Fuse Group VFX company expands with new India-based studio, increasing overall resources for affiliated brands, including FOLKS, FuseFX, Rising Sun Pictures, and El Ranchito; Griboshin 'Grib' Vellanthrov joins as head of studio.
The 2-day inaugural event for VFX and animation professionals will feature panels, discussions and presentations of the latest technology; tickets are now on sale.
Previous head of LA studio and global VP of production will lead biz development group and continue focusing on the company’s expansion.
Studio creates new and even more amazing superhero powers, as well as a photoreal green tiger and CG environments like the Amazons' island of Themyscira, for the HBO Max series, recently renewed for Season 4.
Company opens new facility in Saguenay to capitalize on increased visual effects demand in Québec; move expected to create 60-70 new jobs.
Netflix has shared a breakdown reel from their critically acclaimed magical fantasy series, based on Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling novels, just renewed for a second eight-episode season.