How they did it: A chat with visual effects artist Doug Chiang, then starting his ILM career, now a VP and executive creative director at Lucasfilm.
“Deadpool” and “Terminator Genisys” used stolen technology to create their big-screen razzle-dazzle, according to new lawsuits filed by visual-effects company Rearden. In complaints filed against Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox in federal court in California on Monday, Rearden claims that 2015’s “Terminator Genisys” and 2016’s “Deadpool,” among other films, employed a technology called MOVA Contour Reality Capture, which according to the suits was invented — and stolen from — Rearden.
To watch 'Men in Black' 20 years later is to see Hollywood’s transition from practical effects to CG… and to understand why filmmakers are circling back
The visual effects company on 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge' explain how the lessons they learned on 'Terminator Genisys' improved the "youthification" process that regressed Johnny Depp back to his prime.
VFX studio MPC helped Ridley Scott redefine the iconic Xenomorph and create the new Neomorph in the latest "Alien" installment.
30 years ago this month, Hollywood’s best and brightest gathered together to celebrate the greatest cinematic achievements of the year, one of which just happened to be the super-gross practical effects of David Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’. Like the Academy honoured Seth Brundle’s grisly transformation from man to fly, we now honour the greatest and most disgusting visual effects in movie history.
The movie's visual effects mark a further evolution in the use of digitally created actors.
Sir Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian’ is storming box offices around the world and rightly so. Aside from the witty script and incredible performances from everyone involved – particularly Matt Damon’s as genius botanist Mark Watney - the film’s visual effects are simply jaw dropping. MPC has kindly provided some incredible before and after shots from the film which you can check out below. UK visual effects house Moving Picture Company worked closely with Ridley Scott to bring the red planet to life like never before.