Marvel Studios need not add more reasons to have viewers flooding once “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” opens next year but they’ve certainly done it when reports surfaced that the movie will be the most packed Marvel movie with VFX to date. Continue reading for more details.
With the many information regarding Marvel’s Phase Three surfacing all over the web these days, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” appears to be one of the most highly anticipated film for 2015. However, it was all shifted for a moment when the news about Robert Downey Jr. joining “Captain America 3” went viral. Both fans and media couldn’t stop talking about the adaptation of the Civil Wars from the comic book because it would appear that that’s the only plot that suggest the involvement of "Iron-Man" in the "Captain America" stand alone movie. Be that as it may, Marvel sure knows how to keep their updates in the headlines as the entire buzz about “Captain America 3” maintains its lead with another Marvel explosive. News has it that “Avengers: Age of Ultron” bears the most number of visual effects sequences ever recorded in the history of Marvel films.
Comic Book.com reports the feature from The Hollywood Reporter regarding the statement coming from Victoria Alonso, the Marvel exec VP of visual effects and post-production, about “Avengers: Age of Ultron” setting a whole new record for visual effects shooting sequences in Marvel Studios history.
At the Visual Effects Society Production Summit. she said hey would most probably be hiring about "7 to 12 VFX vendors coming from five to seven countries in order to render the film’s visual effects perfectly." With this, it’s been anticipated that the Avengers sequel will be reaching “3,000 VFX shot counts” – therefore surpassing the 2,500 of “Captain America: Winter Soldier” and the 2,750 of “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Based on Cinema Blend’s feature, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” will be an absolute “visual spectacle” with “cool shots of Tony Stark’s armored suits,” Thor’s full-on demigod capability with Mjolnir and his lightnings, Captain America’s shield throwing and wielding capabilities, Hulk’s extra smashes and of course, the additional havoc-spreading abilities of new comers Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and Ultron. Those are definitely more than enough reason to get everybody clamoring to the theaters once it gets released on May 1, 2015.
That concludes our “Avengers: Age of Ultron” visual effects feature. Tune in to Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates in the entertainment industry.
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