I believe everyone has heard of the Garfield scene leak before the release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Previously, Marvel and Sony have not revealed which link went wrong, but today finally found the truth.
In a recent interview with “Spider-Man 3” visual effects supervisor Kelly Port, he said the biggest reason for the leak was the “outsourced vendor” leak, saying:
“Our vision team at the time was the largest we’ve ever had, probably in the thousands. We hired a lot of outsourced vendors for that, and we would often pass documents around as we worked, and that’s when the leak probably happened. “
To say which department is the most tired of Marvel, perhaps in addition to the special effects production team, it has to be the public relations team.
Every time there is a spoiler or leak, the PR team has to make up various reasons to cover up the truth, such as packaging the leaked scene into a PS picture, or making the actors keep the same caliber and so on.
Of course, it’s a different story if they’ve met Garfield. Garfield says it’s the perfect cover-up – I really don’t get the call.
From today, there will be one more person on Marvel’s spoiler blacklist.