And the credit behind this is naturally indispensable to Marvel’s powerful special effects production team.
Although you have watched Marvel movies for so many years, can you imagine some of the classic shots you have seen in the past, after losing special effects?
Marvel superhero movies have been popular all over the world for many years. In addition to the wonderful plots, the cool special effects pictures are also one of the factors that allow the rapid rise of Marvel superhero movies.
For example, in “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, Ultron is full of oppression in terms of IQ and shape, and a body made of steel makes it indestructible, and behind it are action actors, dressed in The effect of the special effects suit is formed by motion capture.
Black Widow is an initial member of the Avengers and the first female superhero to appear in the movie. She is good at mixed martial arts and possesses various superb skills.
Every time Black Widow appears, the various fight scenes are always pleasing to the eye, but these are almost all done with stand-ins and special effects.
The tall and mighty image of Colossus in the movie “Deadpool” is also deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. His muscles made of steel and iron bones are enviable.
Although the actor who plays Colossus is tall, he doesn’t actually have all the muscles, and they all rely on special effects produced by computers in the later stage.
Speaking of female characters in Marvel, Hela, the goddess of death in “Thor: Ragnarok”, must not be missed.
I believe that when Hela smashed Thor’s Hammer with one hand, many viewers were shocked. Of course, what the actors squeezed in the real scene was just a model of a hammer made of cardboard.
To what extent can Marvel’s special effects be faked?
In “Iron Man 3”, Robert Downey Jr. missed a lot of filming because he fell naked while filming.
In most scenes in the movie, the Iron Man that appears is actually an image synthesized by the special effects production team using CG technology.
If you think that the scene where Spider-Man shuttles between high-rise buildings at night is a live shooting, then you underestimate Marvel too much.
Because these can be done in the studio, while greatly reducing the difficulty of shooting and the safety of the actors, the rest is left to the special effects team.
Of course, there are many times when staff are needed to play with the actors. For example, when Captain Marvel releases his skills, the effect is made by the staff using a flamethrower behind her.
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