The Star Wars Celebration event kicked off its opening day in London late last week with an insane amount of announcements, including teasers and updates for the three highly anticipated Disney+ original series.
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The ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ directorial team has signed on to helm at least one episode of the ‘Star Wars’ original series starring Jude Law, from executive producers Jon Watts, Christopher Ford, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, streaming this year only on Disney+.
The ‘WandaVision’ helmer has beamed off the Enterprise into talks to direct the upcoming MCU Phase 6 film.
Set in the New Republic era, the show is created by ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ helmer Jon Watts and ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ scribe Christopher Ford, who both executive produce alongside ‘The Mandalorian’ EPs Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni.
New footage from the forthcoming series sees Diego Luna reprise his role as rebel hero Cassian Andor.
The ‘Spider-Man’ helmer has reportedly exited the Marvel Studios’ project amicably, opting to move on from comics-based content.
Sony Pictures Imageworks’ VFX Supervisor Chris Waegner and Animation Director Richard Smith talk about the challenges of working with three Spider-Men, updating a clutch of long-time villains, and ensuring realism in the midst of an action-filled fantasy.
VFX supervisor Scott Edelstein, nominated for an Oscar alongside Kelly Port, Chris Waegner, and Daniel Sudick, led his team in delivering more than 520 shots and 600 unique assets, including recreating 2.5 square miles of New York City for the dramatic Doc Ock – Spidey bridge fight, in Marvel’s smash action-adventure hit.
With a team led by visual effects supervisor Adrien Saint Girons, the studio delivers just under 250 shots, featuring the Spell Gone Wrong and Doctor Strange/Spider-Man chase sequences, on Marvel’s hit superhero action-adventure film, just nominated for a Best Visual Effects Oscar.
Australian studio tackles 100 shots on Marvel’s hit superhero action-adventure sequel to ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming.’
The Award-winning creative studio teamed up with Director Jon Watts and VFX Supervisor Janek Sirrs to deliver stunning visual effects work for eleven sequences in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ including the Vulture’s epic CG landing scene, the vulture’s airborne grab and the first clash between hero and villain.