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What was involved in creating The Hulk for Marvel's The Avengers? ILM's Visual Effects Supervisor, Jeff White, Associate VFX Supervisor, Jason Smith and other key crew members take you behind the scenes in a two part look at the CG creature effects work done on the film.
Courtesy of ILM.
This video which showcases some of ILM's Oscar nominated effects work for the 2012 hit film, The Avengers. This reel represents a small fraction of the work created by over 200 ILM artists, scientists, and engineers backed up by a world class production team.
The stop motion animations which open and close the reel were done the old fashioned way - by hand, one frame at a time. They were crafted by ILM's stop motion guru, Erik Dillinger specifically for this reel.
Courtesy of ILM.
While The Avengers posed many visual efffects challenges, one of the larger challenges was pulling together the 'tie-in' shot during the third act of the film. Rather than frames, this single shot is measured in minutes on screen and is one of the longest effects shots in the film. It incorporates both practical special effects and extensive digital visual effects by ILM. The New York City environment that serves as the setting for this shot (and virtaully the entire alien invasion) is computer generated by the visual effects team at ILM.
TV Spot for The Avenger announcing the films' Blu-ray release which is now available.
See it again in theaters, one last time. TV Spot for the re-release of The Avengers on Labor Day Weekend.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on Robert Downey Jr.
Agent Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) reflects on what went wrong in an alternate opening for The Avengers which will be available on DVD and Blu-ray September 25th.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on how they created the Helicarrier.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on Writer/Director Joss Whedon.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on Chris Evans & Mark Ruffalo.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on Samuel L. Jackson.