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Get Your Hulk-Smash On! VFXWorld

Wētā FX Works Their Smashingly Good Magic on ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’

In an extensive Q & A, Senior Animation Supervisor Sidney Kombo-Kintombo and Senior VFX Supervisor Guy Williams talk about their gargantuan contributions to Marvel Studios’ 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,' streaming exclusively on Disney+.

The DCEU Comes Alive VFXWorld

Shiny Helmets and Quantum Closets: Wētā FX Delivers for ‘Peacemaker’

In Part 2 of our interview with the Guy Williams and Mark Gee, the visual effects supervisors talk about their equally impressive non-avian creations for the critically acclaimed DCEU spinoff series now streaming on HBO Max.

Where Can I Get My Own Eagly? VFXWorld

A Raptor for All Seasons: The Creation of ‘Peacemaker’s Eagly

Wētā FX’s Guy Williams and Mark Gee talk about bringing the scene-stealing avian sidekick to life for James Gunn's celebrated DCEU spinoff series, now streaming on HBO Max.

Academy Awards VFXWorld

The 2018 VFX Nominees: Doubling Down on Digital Effects

Group of 20 nominees draws on two decades of experience and technological advances, delivering shots that were previously unimaginable.

Academy Awards VFXWorld

Making it Better: Christopher Townsend Talks ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’

Oscar-nominated VFX supervisor details the myriad challenges in bringing director James Gunn’s blockbuster sequel to the screen.

FMX Blogs

WATCH: Weta’s Guy Williams Talks Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ at FMX 2017

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 4:44pm

The Weta Digital VFX supervisor discusses his work on director James Gunn’s latest MCU superhero franchise hit. 

Awards VFXWorld

2017 Academy VFX Bake-Off: Finding the Five Motion Picture Nominees

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 6:40pm

From fiery photorealistic oil rig disasters and fractal geometry-based inter-dimensional mind-bending psychic excursions, to a digitally recreated Carrie Fisher as young Princes Leia, this year’s crop of ten best visual effects productions presented at the Motion Picture Academy represent another reminder of the breadth, depth and range of creative artistry and talent within the industry.