Prey – MPC

MPC provided almost every VFX scene in Prey. This included digital augmentation to the Predator itself, as well as heightened gore, CG arrows, and various environmental enhancements. The team was also tasked with creating a small zoo’s worth of CG North American wildlife, including a grizzly bear, mountain lion, cougars, and a wolf, to name but a few.

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain – One of Us

The real beauty of this film lies in the combination of traditional VFX (matte painting on canvas and analogue video techniques) with digital VFX as an innovative way of portraying Wain’s unstable mental health, and the cinematic representation of his unique style of painting. One of Us, led by VFX Supervisor Rupert Davies, had a crucial role in this process, adding digital visual effects as a way to blend art into reality and create unique surreal aesthetics.

RRR – Crowd Simulation – Makuta VFX

Makuta produced over 740 digital visual effects for multiple scenes in SS Rajamouli’s epic “RRR” such as the Police Station fight sequence (Ram Charan’s introduction), the Komaram Bheemudo song, intermission fight and explosive climax in the jungle.

T-Junction Master shots with TyFlow Crowd Simulation plus live crowd multiple layers we used to composite this episode.

MPC Film – Showreel 2022

Showcasing the incredible feature film visual effects work crafted by our team of artists, creatives, technologists, and support teams – this new reel features work from Chip n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers, Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The Last Duel, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Nope, to name just a few.

Slumberland – Trailer

Welcome to Slumberland, the world of dreams! Jason Momoa plays “Flip” an eccentric outlaw on a mission to help a young girl (Marlow Barkley) travel through dreams and flee nightmares, in hopes of reuniting with her father. From the Director of the Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay, Slumberland comes to Netflix on November 18.

8 Stunt Tricks Used Over And Over In Movies

Hollywood has many tricks to make impossible and dangerous stunts into a reality. Movies like “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” “Baby Driver,” and “Elf” used a Texas switch to allow an actor and their stunt double to switch places on screen without having to cut. “Avengers: Endgame” and “Men in Black: International” used wire rigs known as ratchet pulls to make it seem like characters were being hit by a serious blow. Meanwhile, a tuning fork can make characters like Maleficent and Captain Marvel look like they’re flying, and a tarp known as a magic carpet gave characters in “Underworld” superspeed.

Gudetama – An Eggcellent Adventure

A lethargic, empathetic road trip series about finding one’s parents — for everyone who just wants to laze about!

Having resigned itself to the fact that it will just end up on someone’s plate, Gudetama just wants to be lazy all the time. But, swept up by the go-getting, overbearing chick Shakipiyo, it leaves the refrigerator and heads out into the world. Together, these polar opposites go on an adventure to find their mother!

The Netflix Series “Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure” starts streaming December 13, only on Netflix!


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