The visual effects studios recreated 1960s New York City, complete with city street and subway chases – and digital horse - and an ancient undersea trireme shipwreck dive that included digital doubles, digital creatures, and dry-for-wet effects, respectively, on James Mangold and Lucasfilm’s final ‘Indiana Jones’ cinematic franchise adventure.
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The studio delivers 235 shots for the fifth installment in the ‘Indiana Jones’ franchise, including a frantic tuk-tuk chase sequence through the streets of Tangiers, Morocco.
Fans at the London ‘Star Wars Celebration’ were treated to the first look at a new, never-before-seen trailer from Harrison Ford’s final adventure as the iconic archaeologist; the film debuts at the Cannes Film Festival in May before hitting theaters in June.
Former ILM AI experts Sam Head, Thomas Salama, Scott Bourne and Matteo Olivieri Dancey join the AI technology developer as it expands its work in high-profile partnerships and projects.
The Visual Effects Society to honor the award-winning producer's contributions in visual arts, filmed entertainment and the advancement of storytelling through cutting-edge visual effects; will be presented at the 21st Annual VES Awards next month.
EPs Brad Rau and Jennifer Corbett talk cloth simulations, matte paintings, and military dynamics as their hit 3DCG animated series debuts its sophomore season tomorrow, January 4, on Disney+.
Wanda Sykes guest stars in Lucasfilm Animation’s popular CG animated series about a genetically mutated group of mercenaries, returning with all-new episodes in January.
Lawrence Kasdan’s documentary series showcases how a small, hand-picked group of ‘misfit’ filmmakers became the groundbreaking creative studio behind some of Hollywood’s biggest films - now streaming on Disney+.
The streamer also unveils behind-the-scenes images and fresh key art showing the ILM team designing the Millennium Falcon in new Lucasfilm and Imagine Documentaries' series, streaming later this month.
The 16-episode sophomore effort of Lucasfilm Animation’s fan favorite CG animated series, about a genetically mutated group of mercenaries, will premiere on the streamer this Fall.
Seasoned ‘Star Wars’ scribe Lawrence Kasdan directs an inside look at the craftspeople who played a pivotal role in cementing the series’ legacy.
The streamer marks ‘Star Wars Day’ by more teasing of the highly anticipated series that begins 10 years after the saga of ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith;’ mark your calendar for the May 27 premiere.
The company co-founder reflects on the salad days of his pioneering animation studio, launched with Michael Hirsh and Patrick Loubert in 1971, as it grew from a one-camera setup in the bathroom of a downtown Toronto loft into one of the leading international producers and distributors of kids and family animation.
The Visual Effects Society to honor her integral role in the creation of ILMxLAB, as well as her exemplary support of the education and development of women artists and engineers.
The visionary visual effects artist helped develop ‘Star Wars’ production pipelines that forever changed the filmmaking industry.
Disney+ announces Lucasfilm Animation’s fan favorite CG animated series, about a genetically mutated group of mercenaries, will be back for another season of soldiering next year.
Supervising director Brad Rau and head writer Jennifer Corbett discuss Lucasfilm’s newest animated ‘Star Wars’ series about a unique group of experimental clone soldiers, set in the aftermath of the Clone War, premiering today on Disney+.
Legendary Academy, DGA, PGA and VES Award-winning filmmaker to be recognized for his valuable contributions to filmed entertainment at the upcoming April 6/7 VES Awards.
The clumsy Gungan is rumored to sport a beard, but fans would much rather see him revealed as Darth Jar Jar.
Before Lucasfilm was sold to Disney in 2012, Lucas planned his sequel trilogy to revolve around Jedi Leia and Sith villain Darth Maul.
12 new episodes from ‘The Mandalorian’ producer and director Dave Filoni conclude the popular animated Star Wars saga.
Jon Favreau’s highly anticipated Disney+ ‘Star Wars’ series features a mysterious infant fans have dubbed ‘Baby Yoda,’ and it’s the cutest thing since Ewoks.