VFX studio takes on Vision, both in color and black and white, flying high above a CG Westview, and cutting a rug with Wanda.
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MARZ VFX supervisor Ryan Freer will share the often-invisible VFX on Marvel’s first Disney+ series; three presentations will peek behind the curtain surrounding the year’s first blockbuster VFX-driven tentpole to see monster making up close and personal.
VFX supervisor John Kilshaw’s NY team produced the color blossom transformation from initial black and white format, as well as various magic effects and photoreal CG characters like a stork and kaleidoscope of butterflies, on the hit Marvel Studios and Disney+ series.
Led by VFX supervisor Ralph Maiers, the studio helped ‘energize’ the magical battle between Agnes/Agatha and her coven of witches in the final episode of the hit Disney+ series.
The MCU’s favorite trickster must work alongside the Time Variance Authority to fix his Tesseract-related, time-altering mistakes; series debuts June 11.
The one-hour special goes deep behind-the-scenes to see the Marvel show’s groundbreaking recreations of classic sitcoms and use of early TV filmmaking methods.
The companies will co-produce ‘Igraine The Brave Based,’ a 3D animated feature based on Cornelia Funke's magical fantasy novel; additional collaborations in the pipeline include other live-action and animated films and features.
We finally get to see what’s next for our favorite MCU trickster, who steals the Tesseract from ‘Endgame,’ and mixes it up with Owen Wilson.
Multiple clips have been released revealing major plot points from future episodes of the hit Disney+ series, including a scene that may confirm Quicksilver fan theories.
With so many standalone movies and fringe Disney+ series, a Cap return doesn’t seem too removed from reality, though Chris Evans isn’t thrilled.
Elizabeth Olsen sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss Disney+'s magical new MCU show, describing the never-before-seen clip as an homage to ‘Bewitched.’
‘New Era’ tease from Disney+ and Marvel may not present any new series clues to theorize about, but it ‘does’ deliver great hype and suspense.
Marvel Studios President and CCO Kevin Feige announces ‘Secret Invasion,’ ‘Ironheart,’ and ‘Armor Wars’ as part of the Disney Investor Day programming reveal extravaganza.
Miss Romanoff and her other MCU Phase 4 brethren will now be gracing movie theatres starting mid-2021 instead of November 6th 2020.
It’s creepy, it’s campy, and it’s got Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as a married couple living in the idealized suburbs… what could go wrong?