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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Producer Reveals The Film Has 2,900 Visual Effects Shots

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Producer Reveals The Film Has 2,900 Visual Effects Shots

Avengers: Infinity War home release has revealed a lot of information about the film and what went down behind-the-scenes into making the biggest movie of all time. The “Beyond the Battle” featurette, which has been included in the Avengers: Infinity War home release, explore the creation of key scenes in the film.

It’s common for big superhero films to depend on excessive use of CGI to breathe life to unimaginable worlds on the big screen and it was a similar case with Avengers: Infinity War. In the “Beyond the Battle: Wakanda” featurette, executive producer Victoria Alonso has revealed that there were 3,000 shots in the film in addition to a whopping 2,900 visual effects shots. Alonso described Infinity War as one big CGI scene.

This entire movie is one big CG scene,” Alonso said. “The environment is CG, the weapons are CG, every shot is dense in layers.”

Those who have watched Infinity War will agree that the movie used extensive computer-generated imagery to breathe life into characters such as Groot, a talking tree, Rocket, a talking raccoon, Thanos, a purple colored villain, and his Black Order consisting of Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, Cull Obsidian and Proxima Midnight.

Even the battles in space and the final showdown in Wakanda involving an army of Outriders and the ultimate climax scene which saw half of the universes’ beings turned into dust were completely CGI generated. Rounding off everything, we can say that the whole movie was a result of state of the art CGI.

Avengers: Infinity War home release also includes a couple of deleted scenes that could not make it to the final cut. One of the scenes confirmed a cameo by Jon Favreau’s character Happy Hogan.

Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo,  Avengers: Infinity War is now available on Digital HD. It will be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, & DVD on August 14.

Via: Screen Rant




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