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Taika Waititi Hints ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ will Bring Major Romance

The Oscar-winning ‘Jojo Rabbit’ and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ helmer describes his new ‘Thor’ franchise installment, coming February 11, 2022, as ‘so insane’ but also ‘very romantic.’

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Taika Waititi to Harness the Force in New ‘Star Wars’ Feature

Oscar-winning ‘Jojo Rabbit’ director to co-write and direct new movie franchise entry; new ‘Star Wars’ Disney+ series also announced during May the Fourth celebrations.

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Taika Waititi Taking on Two ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ Series at Netflix

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 9:32am

Academy Award-winning ‘Jojo Rabbit’ director will write, direct and executive product two original animated series based on the world and characters of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book.

SVOD Headline News

WATCH: Lucasfilm’s New ‘The Mandalorian’ Trailer and Character Art

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 8:11am

With Jon Favreau at the helm, the first ever ‘Star Wars’ live-action series, about a deadly gunfighter in the galaxy’s outer reaches, launches November 12 on the new Disney+ streaming service. 

Marvel Studios VFXWorld

Wormholes & Scrappers: Double Negative Delivers Visual Feast for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

By Trevor Hogg | Thursday, December 28, 2017 at 12:24pm

VFX supervisor Stuart Lashley oversees 200 shots for the third instalment of the God of Thunder franchise, including wormholes, fiery crashes and attacks, high-rise apartment views, and the vast wasteland of Skakaar.

Marvel Studios VFXWorld

Assembling an Epic: The VFX of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

Marvel Studios VFX supervisor Jake Morrison oversaw just under 2,700 shots contributed by Framestore, Digital Domain, Double Negative, Industrial Light & Magic, Rising Sun Pictures, Method Studios, Iloura and Luma Pictures for the third instalment of the God of Thunder franchise.

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Rising Sun Pictures Hammers Out Visual Effects for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

Australian VFX studio takes the lead in slow-motion battle scene, leveraging its recently-expanded character animation department to create photoreal warriors, horses and digital characters.