Morbius – Digital Domain

For the Sony Pictures’ film Morbius, Digital Domain created over 500 visual effects shots. Led by VFX Supervisor Joel Behrens, our artists were responsible for the final monstrous, vampiric looks of Dr. Michael Morbius, played by Jared Leto, and Milo, played by Matt Smith. To bring the characters to life the award-winning visual effects studio employed its proprietary facial capture system, Masquerade. In addition to the character design, Digital Domain artists developed the look of the bloom, super speed, flying, echolocation and shedding effects, and contributed to several sequences including the container ship sequence, the subway chase, Morbius’ prison escape and the final battle at the construction site.

Spider-Man – No Way Home – Digital Domain

For the highly-anticipated Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios’ film Spider-Man: No Way Home, Digital Domain VFX Supervisor Scott Edelstein and his team of artists were tasked with digitally creating the Alexander Hamilton Bridge and parts of New York City, along with Spider-Man, Doc Ock and his tentacles, Sandman, Green Goblin and more. The team also created visual effects for the epic Doc Ock and Spider-Man bridge fight along with the battle at Happy’s condo.

In total, Digital Domain contributed over 520 shots, along with over 600 unique assets, including vehicles, full environments, props and more. Our team of artists also created 14 hero character builds and 19 digi-doubles for the film.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – Digital Domain

Marvel approached our visual effects team led by VFX Supervisor Hanzhi Tang to partner on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Tang and his team of 115 Digital Domain artists created the lush landscape that finally reveals Wenwu’s hidden fortress.

In addition to the environment and fortress, our team also provided visual effects for the action-packed compound escape sequence creating almost 275 shots for the film.

Free Guy – Digital Domain

For Twentieth Century Studios’ Free Guy, Digital Domain Visual Effects Supervisor Nikos Kalaitzidis led a team of about 254 artists, creating 347 VFX shots for the film. From replacing actors with digidoubles to creating entire CG cities, Digital Domain was also responsible for the 87 gameplay shots that take place inside of Free City, along with the exciting, action-packed opening sequence we call “The Oner,” which truly sets the tone for the film.

Here is only a small glimpse at the awesome VFX work created by the team at Digital Domain.

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