It’s unusual nowadays for the backers of a tentpole film to announce the vfx studio or studios well in advance. Security considerations alone can trump such an announcement. But “Valerian and the…
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This flashy but flimsy magic-themed caper plods along without ever quite fulfilling its potential.
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To: Hollywood and the Motion Picture Academy Re: Oscar’s insults to visual effects I see that you didn’t take my advice about playing up vfx on the Oscars. Ratings are up anyway. Congrats! But before…
Laughter, disbelief and a sort of horrified exhilaration are all perfectly sane reactions to this doozy of a finale to "The Twilight Saga."
Visual effects, it seems, are in Montreal's DNA.
Exec producer George Lucas spent 23 years developing "Red Tails," a glossed-up B picture about the exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II, but even without the long delay the project took to…
Not since "300" has so much Greek flesh been bared in service of such gratuitous carnage.
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