Produced in partnership with ILM and narrated by Morgan Freeman, Netflix’s new documentary series uses the latest technology and science to resurrect creatures long extinct as it follows life’s epic battle to conquer and survive on planet earth.
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Arthur Curry and Orm team to protect their bloodline and Atlantis from the dastardly Black Manta in the ‘Aquaman’ sequel, hitting theaters December 22.
Wrapping up Infinity Festival Hollywood’s 6th edition, the awards presentation honored visionaries in the fields of television, film, gaming, fine art and their contributions to storytelling and technology.
Our first big Geeked Week '23 animation reveal shares cast and images from Shannon Tindle’s highly-anticipated film, based on the beloved Japanese character, baseball superstar Ken Sato, who returns home to Japan, picking up the mantle of Earth-defending superhero Ultraman.
Caption Marvel forms an unlikely trio with Captain Rambeau and Ms. Marvel to save the universe this Friday, November 10... and guess who shows up?
Celebrating the unsung heroes of film by highlighting the exceptional achievements and contributions of the visual effects community, the new event launches December 8.
With his innovative and compelling sci-fi action adventure now wowing cinema audiences, the director discusses his radical new approach to filmmaking and VFX in the just released featurette, ‘Advancing AI: Creating The Creator;’ Edwards’ film was made possible by recent technological advances and a collaboration with James Knight, AMD’s Global Director of Media & Entertainment and VFX, who kept the filmmaker abreast of the rapidly changing AI landscape from script to final press junket.
Running October 27-29, the 3-day event celebrates artists and creators behind acclaimed films, animation, games, TV shows, comics, and illustrations and features panels, talks, and presentations by industry leaders, including director Sam Fell, Aardman Animation co-founder Peter Lord, directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane, and NYT Bestselling Graphic Novel author ND Stevenson.
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.
Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, Ke Huy Quan and executive producer Kevin R. Wright look ahead to what it means to be Loki; new season set to debut October 5; VFX studios include Cantina Creative, ILM, Rising Sun Pictures, and Trixter.
Arthur Curry and Orm flaunt the bromance of the year in the ‘Aquaman’ sequel as the duo team to save Atlantis from the dastardly Black Manta, hitting theaters December 20.
The studio’s Québec facility celebrates 10th anniversary and announces addition of Francois Lambert and Jeremy Robert as VFX supervisors; recent deliveries include ‘Barbie,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ and ‘Foundation’ Season 2.
In ‘Journey to The Marvels’ see Caption Marvel journey to team up with Captain Rambeau, Ms. Marvel, as the unlikely trio must team up to save the universe… of course; the movie hits theaters in November.
Leading mocap and performance capture company names Alex Hill business development manager for gaming, Dan Baybutt post-production supervisor, and Lucy Pennington operations managers.
'Never Give Up, Never Surrender…' on a Franchise! Rumor has it the accomplished sci-fi actress will return as Gwen DeMarco in the spinoff series as a mentor-like figure for a new generation of cast members aboard the Protector.
Special screenings set at IMAX theaters in major U.S. cities of exclusive first-look footage from the upcoming sci-fi thriller, followed by a live Q&A with the director/producer/co-writer; film hits theaters next month.
Production VFX supervisor Mohen Leo and Production VFX producer T.J. Falls picked up where they left off on Gareth Edward’s 2016 ‘Rogue One,’ helping deliver a whopping 3,843 visual effects shots, including the daring oceanic planet Narkina V prison escape, the Eye of Aldhani meteor shower, and the Fondor Haulcraft’s encounters with Fury-class Imperial interceptors, on the inaugural season of Lucasfilm and Disney+’s hit prequel series – nominated for an Outstanding Visual Effects Emmy.
Production VFX supervisor Grady Cofer and Co-Production Animation Supervisor Hal Hickel discuss how the most recent season of Lucasfilm and Disney+’s hit series – nominated for an Outstanding Visual Effects Emmy - took advantage of new digital tools and processes to better plan and capture more realistic acting performances in-camera, as well as animate their integration with CG characters and sequences.
The production VFX supervisor on Disney’s horror-comedy marshalled the work of ILM, DNEG, and OPSIS, delivering nearly 2,000 shots including a range of ghosts and otherworldly action, all designed to be scary without sending little kids crying into theater lobbies.
Due to changes in the global entertainment industry, the studio known for ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars,’ which began as Lucasfilm Animation Singapore in 2004, will soon shutter its doors, eliminating over 300 jobs.
The unlikely trio - Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel and Captain Rambeau - must team up to save the universe… of course; the movie hits theaters this fall.
Inspired by the classic theme park attraction, the creepy comic adventure features Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, Danny DeVito, and Rosario Dawson, hitting theaters July 28.
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.
The leading visualization studio did extensive previs, techvis, and postvis for Universal Pictures' horror/comedy starring Nicholas Hoult and Nicolas Cage; sequences included the massacre of goons, Dracula transformations, and the film’s final battle.