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How 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Visual Effects Were Made | Vanity Fair

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  • "Tom Holland does a ton of his own stunts." Kelly Port, the Visual Effects Supervisor for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home,' gives his in-depth analysis and insider's look at the CGI and VFX in the scenes leading up to Doctor Octopus's introduction during the "bridge fight."
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  • Camryn Hamme
    Camryn Hamme 2 개월 전 +4953

    He could break down the whole movie in this style and I would watch it. Seeing how to movies get made and have a sneak peak at all the archive bts footage is such a treat. Got any take in the movie there is probably 10 different versions or angles of it we’ll never get to see.

    • Hezekiah Rodriguez
      Hezekiah Rodriguez 14 일 전

      Yeah, honestly. It's absolutely great!

    • Jay Croager
      Jay Croager 개월 전


    • MarijnJonkers
      MarijnJonkers 개월 전

      @Samuel Steiner that's cool! I'm very interested in these kind of things too, I wish he could come to my school but I'm dutch :(

    • Lee Morgan
      Lee Morgan 개월 전

      Lord of the rings is perfect for this

  • s
    s 2 개월 전 +4027

    kinda scary how there’s only 80 shots without visual effects. hats off to this dude he basically had to create the outside world digitally also I can’t imagine how tiring it must be for tom to perform 90% of the scenes in front of a green screen

    • Charliet3r
      Charliet3r 개월 전

      a team of 100's of people, not one dude :P

    • Escalators
      Escalators 개월 전


    • Enzo Viana
      Enzo Viana 개월 전

      Movies just have cgi on these days...

    • Moo
      Moo 개월 전

      @ThunderBlastvideo and? all big movies have them now

  • wnabi
    wnabi 2 개월 전 +1686

    i knew tom did a lot of his own stunts but holy crap he’s insane

    • Jameshp11
      Jameshp11 21 일 전

      @Bern why animate it at all if it's all been recorded in camera

    • Jameshp11
      Jameshp11 21 일 전

      @JㅤムㅤNㅤE they literally said that in the video mate

    • Bill Clay
      Bill Clay 29 일 전

      @IIISentorIII where's your IG or dikdok or utube channel flexing? Not your thing? You're that humble dude who treasures his anonymity, right?

    • Mateusz Buszko
      Mateusz Buszko 29 일 전

      @Kristian I think the comment(s) must have been removed

    • RANDYX 3
      RANDYX 3 개월 전

      @IIISentorIII why don't you record and upload you doing some stunts to youtube. We would love to see.

  • Nayeeb G
    Nayeeb G 2 개월 전 +1577

    Those scenes where you normally thought it was practical but it was actually VFX, those deserve a round of applause.

    • no nane
      no nane 개월 전 +2

      @Kelton Morgan-Smith so? I think we all know that. It's not that I even said that I enjoyed or cared about those movies either.

    • Kelton Morgan-Smith
      Kelton Morgan-Smith 개월 전 +1

      @no nane you realise that inifinity war and endgame were made in the exact same way right? if not even more fake with almost everything you see on screen being CGI

    • Artyom
      Artyom 개월 전

      @Lucas ikr it gives more authentic

  • Rogue Guardian
    Rogue Guardian 2 개월 전 +1233

    I know CGI can turn people off sometimes, but it's still just as much of a daunting task as creating something practical, yes I do think filmakers should strive to be somewhere in the middle, but I say if they make it seamless then that something to praise.

    • Bill Clay
      Bill Clay 29 일 전

      CGI is not even close to being real life. Still looks cartoony and it's obvious, but this is the future. The money they save on big crowds, traffk, traveling to different destinations.. can be done in a warehouse sound stage now. There's a realness that we're losing. I was watching BTS of cliffhanger. That wouldn't happen today. They don't even have to travel to Italian alps now and the danger isn't as real anymore.

    • I love terrible content thats why I'm here
      I love terrible content thats why I'm here 개월 전

      @Dejan Kasapovic thats not different for a lot of practical effects lmao

    • FlyingPlantWhale
      FlyingPlantWhale 개월 전

      With body animation, the human eye can easily spot the difference. This newest trilogy made Spider-man move like a piece of rubber the whole time and completely took me out of the film.
      The Raimy trilogy spliced in tons of practical stunts and minor shots in heavy action scenes and sold the moment a 1000x better.

  • tulip-avenue
    tulip-avenue 개월 전 +261

    we seriously need more contents like this to appreciate the people who worked behind the scene...oh wow how one single frame has so many layers and details. Amazing, this movie is even greater than it already is.

    • Eric Hamm
      Eric Hamm 개월 전 +1

      Check out Fame Focus an Corridor Crew

  • Brian Nguyen
    Brian Nguyen 2 개월 전 +774

    I am an advocate for more practical effects and against overused cgi, but I will forever hold vfx artists in high regard for doing their best to recreate the world and make it look as seamless as they possibly can. When you consider the amount of time the team had, and how much they had to do, you can be more understanding of the final product. I do have issues with No Way Home's use of cgi where there really shouldn't need to be at first (I'm looking at you, Green Goblin) but I'm never going to blame the vfx team for this. It's mainly a decision made during production, especially since marvel movies seem to be increasing in number of projects coming out relatively close to each other, hence not enough time to clean up the vfx shots.

    • Bern
      Bern 21 일 전

      @Pablo Saucedo dude, not true. they did use cgi for things you won't notice but they did a lot more of the action sequences using practical effects and stunts

  • Suvigya Basnotra
    Suvigya Basnotra 2 개월 전 +563

    Hopefully this is just the part 1 because I wanna hear the whole story of the visual effects of the 3rd act!

    • Erenav
      Erenav 개월 전

      Act 3

    • tyler
      tyler 2 개월 전 +9

      @imran ahmad comment said “visual effects of the 3rd half” before the edit

    • Kauka on the track
      Kauka on the track 2 개월 전

      Me too

    • imran ahmad
      imran ahmad 2 개월 전 +9

      @tyler that's not mathematically logical

  • Ryan Ritchie
    Ryan Ritchie 개월 전 +31

    I love that vfx artists are called "artists" and not technicians. They truly are artists. It's magnificent

  • Elliott Enriquez
    Elliott Enriquez 개월 전 +375

    "we weren't able to put the baby in the rotisserie rig."
    He is like, "we tried, but weren't able to use a toddler in car flipping stunt."
    Hollywood, don't ever change.

    • IIxVxII
      IIxVxII 개월 전 +11

      out of context, that statement is even more disturbing lol

    • Zebediah Zwick
      Zebediah Zwick 개월 전 +42

      I have no idea how that baby thinks they're going to get hired on other movies if they refuse to do their own stunts. These toddler actors are just getting more and more molly coddled.

  • Mohammad Khan
    Mohammad Khan 2 개월 전 +289

    Kelly Port being nominated for an Oscar for this movie really shows in this breakdown. Just the detail and depth of explanation of each shot is quite fascinating for the average movie watcher to see how VFX are actually done.

    • Eric Hamm
      Eric Hamm 개월 전

      Too bad Dune is gonna win. They are not even on the same level of production, not even close.

  • Queen City Minis
    Queen City Minis 개월 전 +170

    This not only helps you appreciate what goes into making these movies: it makes me appreciate Tom Holland's acting skills. He has to immerse himself in this world that doesn't exist yet in his eyes. His portrayal of Peter Parker/Spider-Man is absolutely incredible.

    • Zetsuke4
      Zetsuke4 개월 전

      Physical acting is good maybe high tier not talking about dramatic acting talking athletic stunt abilities, moving his body in space

    • Queen City Minis
      Queen City Minis 개월 전 +9

      @Forza Horizon 5 Clips Why are you so jealous? Your most recent comments are all negative things about Tom Holland and Spider-Man movies. That's pretty sad. I hope you find happiness in life.

    • Forza Horizon 5  Clips
      Forza Horizon 5 Clips 개월 전 +1

      Tom Holland actually isn't a good actor .. have you seen is his other movies lmao. He's average at best

  • Lost Utopia Films
    Lost Utopia Films 2 개월 전 +491

    I’m working on VFX for a Spidey fan film right now, and videos like these are like film school. Really cool to see how this came together.

  • sk
    sk 2 개월 전 +270

    vfx artists are so undervalued, not just by people outside of the film/tv industry but the actual industry themselves seeing as how overworked and underpaid they are 🤷🏾‍♀️ they have to time crunch all the time and the result is people saying using cgi is lazy. i do agree that cgi can be overused, particularly because studios like to exploit cgi artists, but i would never attack the actual artists or the craft of cgi. i just hope that they have better working conditions in the future

    • My_Earbuds
      My_Earbuds 개월 전 +3

      And there’s another video titled “Life after Pie.” That proves, Visual effects artist or animators gets treated like garbage in the industry.

    • Jamo Studios
      Jamo Studios 2 개월 전 +27

      @Spider-Man Thank you for speaking it up. Those ignorant people who just complain about CGI are so annoying and rude

    • sk
      sk 2 개월 전 +30

      @Spider-Man yup, they're very overworked for very little pay. and i can totally understand people calling out bad cgi but even when the cgi is good people still discredit cgi artists by saying stuff like "the movie looks good because they barely used any cgi". for example, the way people talk about dune when in reality theres 1000+ vfx shots in it. its like they cant win even when they do a good job lol

    • Spider-Man
      Spider-Man 2 개월 전 +41

      @Cupcake McSparklebutt Often, regular who have no experience with CGI love to criticize it when they find out it was CGI rather than practical (real), after they’ve already praised it. We say VFX artists are under appreciated because they are. If you’ve ever taken the time to look at credits after movies, there’s a part where they mention the artists and so many other people who rarely ever get credit. It all goes to the directors, (sometimes) writers, and actors unfortunately when it comes to superhero movies. They also get paid very little which is unfair.

    • Cupcake McSparklebutt
      Cupcake McSparklebutt 2 개월 전 +2

      Wait really? Explain why please, i don't understand.

  • kristof ermens
    kristof ermens 2 개월 전 +94

    This should be done for so many more movies. It is so interesting to see how things came to life. Loving it!

    • Kushal
      Kushal 개월 전 +1

      @Eric Hamm why? those shots looked very real. now, they can create such scenes without blocking off highways n disrupting public life.

    • Eric Hamm
      Eric Hamm 개월 전 +1

      NOOOOOOOOOOO, absolutely not. I don't want cgi leaves and rotoscoped environments in my drama.

  • Răzvan Gogan
    Răzvan Gogan 2 개월 전 +420

    This is trully phenomenal. Can't wait for the moment I'm gonna be able to afford at least 50% of this amount of experienced people to do VFX for my movies.

  • casensitive
    casensitive 2 개월 전 +175

    I am so infatuated with Visual Effects... It's a good thing I chose it as a career path. I just love every bit of the creation process that goes behind it. Bravo to everyone who brought this masterpiece to life!

    • casensitive
      casensitive 2 개월 전 +6

      @😎 it’s all perspective. The working hours right now are not great but that’s the very reason you have to love to do it.

    • Smellow Visuals
      Smellow Visuals 2 개월 전

      @😎 how so?

    • 😎
      😎 2 개월 전 +1

      @Ismael Camarillo its a horrible industry fym

    • Ismael Camarillo
      Ismael Camarillo 2 개월 전 +2

      It’s a great industry, love the people and best advice I could give is having a positive attitude on anything you end up doing.

  • Veritas69
    Veritas69 2 개월 전 +179

    A huge downside for marvel is its so hard to shoot in NYC so that's why they are forced for use blue screen all the time... I remember at the end of FFH tom is with zendaya doing the final swing.. that was shot in NYC but it took so long to shoot because Papz and people kept walking in front of camera's.

    • Veritas69
      Veritas69 개월 전

      @Ben L. facts, it’s why they were able to do stunts in venice and Prague etc, they just can’t do that in NYC anymore

    • Ben L.
      Ben L. 개월 전 +1

      @Eric Hamm bro how would you make an iconic spider-man movie without it being set in NYC? Spider-man IS New York. It's one of the reasons why I didn't love FFH as much. Most marvel heroes live in new york, and their most iconic battles in the comics take place there too. It IS that hard.

    • Veritas69
      Veritas69 개월 전 +1

      @Eric Hamm e.g most of moonknight was filmed in london… you know why? Bc it’s set… In london lmao

  • osoRowdy
    osoRowdy 2 개월 전 +110

    The sad thing is that nobody knows who he is or the team. It's crazy that we know the side characters and they have millions of fans but nobody knows him or the team

    • Sharkie Alami
      Sharkie Alami 18 일 전

      @FourCGames only read what I’m looking for. You wanna read every single names then by all means

    • Eric Hamm
      Eric Hamm 개월 전 +1

      Not true, VFX leads and Cinematgraphers get lots of credit for production. But outside of VFX fans or movie fans, why would a general audience care who supervised in production?

    • FourCGames
      FourCGames 개월 전 +14

      @Sharkie Alami Yeah I'm sure you read every single name in the credits..

    • Sharkie Alami
      Sharkie Alami 2 개월 전 +9

      He’s in the credits. You don’t know cause you’re lazy

  • renatoism
    renatoism 개월 전 +34

    Dang, seeing Tom Holland do all the movements and flips in real time. Much props, he is a literal Spider-man

  • RodTV
    RodTV 개월 전 +141

    I can listen to him breaking down the whole movie scene! this is beyond awesomeness.

  • The Nerd Database
    The Nerd Database 2 개월 전 +140

    I would LOVE to see a VFX breakdown of the final fight scene that would be awesome!

  • Seven
    Seven 2 개월 전 +24

    I would love to know more about that Green Goblin entrance, what they wanted to do and what they ended up going with, I was actually really excited to see a fight with the goblin early on especially with the old suit. Really awesome stuff and bravo to the visual effects team for bringing this stuff to life.

    • Matthew Bennett
      Matthew Bennett 23 일 전

      Well I learned it another video that they did want to do a huge fight with the Green Goblin in his original 2002 suit but they thought that the scene was a little too over stuff as how I understood it so they just decided to keep the fight between Spider-Man and Doc Ock and then just have the Green Goblin the introduced right at the end of the scene. I definitely would have liked to have seen Green Goblin being the fight on the bridge but I'm more than pleased with the final version that they went with.

  • Blender Guru
    Blender Guru 개월 전 +78

    14:30 15:54 Shout out to practical for these insane stunts! Must have been fun to watch on set.

  • Benjamin Shields
    Benjamin Shields 개월 전 +4

    I agree that practical effects often look better than vfx, but most people dont recognize that vfx is almost always invisible. Vfx isnt just in the explosions and costumes, it's in the trees and sidewalks

  • Chelsey
    Chelsey 2 개월 전 +58

    They did a really good job making this movie, full of talented people. I love it so much 😭

  • Karan Bhardwaj
    Karan Bhardwaj 2 개월 전 +91

    As a VFX student, this helps a lot to understand the industry.

    • RANDYX 3
      RANDYX 3 개월 전

      Plz tell me where did u start to learn vfx. Im interested in learning vfx too.

    • The Cookie Nebula
      The Cookie Nebula 2 개월 전 +6

      @Son of nergal he talks about set extension alteting clips scheduling, what a big film with alot of vfx shots is coordinated talking about references about rigging and what the animators see mention mini tidbits such as the trash that pull a scene together dude i don't think you blinked and missed it you tpok a nap

    • VideoStarts
      VideoStarts 2 개월 전 +16

      @Son of nergal trust me you can learn a Lot with videos like this if you know a little bit of vfx

    • Son of nergal
      Son of nergal 2 개월 전 +12

      Theres literally no mention of the industry or tips or anything for a vfx student in this video, but alright.

  • Juliana Mariz
    Juliana Mariz 개월 전 +6

    This guy and the whole team of effects, camera and editing are the real heroes to me, what a job, one that i kinda want to do but honestly sounds like people are complicating stuff more and more

  • JLC Gaming
    JLC Gaming 15 일 전 +1

    Considering the amount of shots they had to do, they did extremely well. The few mediocre shots that stood out were probably down to time constraints and the actual production not providing enough assets to the VFX studios.

  • RoboNinja
    RoboNinja 개월 전 +9

    I am always for practical vs digital. But this was awesome to watch. And I see many film fans say acting today is easier because so much of it is CGI. I disagree with that and say it's more difficult. The actor has to use their imagination and react to things that aren't even there. Or do silly things like talk to a tennis ball lol.

  • JandroAlem
    JandroAlem 2 개월 전 +7

    He conveys everything so casually and eloquently that it was a really nice experience. I appreciate seeing how much he cares for even the smallest details. Hope they can get him on again for more breakdowns like this.

  • Ironic Animations
    Ironic Animations 2 개월 전 +67

    I keep thinking “Marvel is Jsut flexing at this point- I’m so jealous” but I realize, it’s WAY easier to use building and animation skills to create a longer set extension, because of Covid, and I’m actually really happy they did this, they are masters and don’t have to worry too much, because a lot of times it’s not noticeable, but it’s really good

    • Ebrahim
      Ebrahim 2 개월 전 +6

      Not really, visual effects artists are not unionized and are underpaid and overworked. Marvel uses them instead of production workers who build sets etc are affiliated with unions cuz it saves them a lot of money

  • Misa_AEE
    Misa_AEE 개월 전 +6

    This is really great, as someone who wants to go into this type of area for a living, it's amazing to get to see how it's done!

  • MD
    MD 2 개월 전 +13

    This is amazing what they have to do in a big movie like this what they have to add to make a lot of it look real I love seeing behind the scenes of movies to see how they made it I have always been fascinated with all this.

  • Aadam Saleem
    Aadam Saleem 2 개월 전 +122

    This Makes Me Think That Doctor Strange 2 Is Gonna Be Insane Visually

    • GrimmyReaper
      GrimmyReaper 개월 전

      @austinpyo nah he is right. I am sure Sam raimi wants to use as much practical stuff but with doctor strange they will use a lot of cg. It has improved so much since spiderman and even back then while he did use a lot of practical stuff, they were using more and more cg with each movie.

    • enadeghe eghaghe
      enadeghe eghaghe 2 개월 전 +4

      @Burgo there is no way Dr Strange's magic can be done with practical effects. Portals and mirror dimensions and all that stuff is impossible with practical effects. Don't be ridiculous

    • TookEk
      TookEk 2 개월 전 +1

      @Suprith Banakar What? It's a doctor strange movie. Of course there's going to be a lot of VFX shots.

    • Arghya Mishra
      Arghya Mishra 2 개월 전 +2

      Highly doubt that because of the extensive reshoots.

  • ILove Entertainment
    ILove Entertainment 2 개월 전 +12

    Watching this just enhanced my viewing and appreciation of the movie a trillion times over. Well done all who worked on this movie and thank you! So much effort for our entertainment; thank you 👏

  • SunsetSpecials
    SunsetSpecials 개월 전 +8

    I gotta say I specifically remember the car thrown into the water barrels and thinking how cool that looked that it had to be practical. Props to Port but there is still no beating those kind of shots

  • Julian Hdz
    Julian Hdz 2 개월 전 +55

    I would literally watch the whole thing if he discussed every big scene

  • BeeBlossomEdits
    BeeBlossomEdits 2 개월 전 +41

    The visual effects were truly spectacular in this film! They really did an amazing job!

  • Dika Hadijayanto Sunyoto
    Dika Hadijayanto Sunyoto 2 개월 전 +26

    Tom holland honestly did many of his own stunts, more than I thought he did... WOW!!! HE IS THE MOST ATHLETICALLY ACCURATE SPIDERMAN

    • Ben L.
      Ben L. 개월 전 +4

      @Travis Bickle also the most attuned to gymnastics out of the 3

    • Travis Bickle
      Travis Bickle 2 개월 전 +2

      Tom has learned Ballet which really helps.

  • AashnaSheSings
    AashnaSheSings 개월 전 +3

    How interesting it is to learn how my favorite movie was made! All the things we can do with technology these days...really love the creativity. It's totally impossible to believe that these scenes are all visual effects...

  • Arifinity
    Arifinity 2 개월 전 +47

    As an animation graduate, I live for these breakdowns

  • Weird
    Weird 개월 전 +5

    I love how tom still made real expressions even inside the cgi suit.Gotta give him the props!

  • Ancle Doidoi
    Ancle Doidoi 개월 전 +1

    This is crazy! I’d love to see a breakdown of the gear they use as a team of professionals given how GPU and CPU intensive this stuff is. Like the specs would be STUPID on those machines 🤯

  • Daryl Perpignan
    Daryl Perpignan 개월 전 +2

    Bravo! Well done to all the people that worked on this film. I enjoyed the breakdown 🙂 really good stuff

  • Ghost mysteries
    Ghost mysteries 개월 전 +2

    I love seeing how the effects were made and how the movie was made. This was a treat for sure, thanks for uploading this, and filming this during covid, man that's awesome.

  • lord lem
    lord lem 12 일 전 +2

    Hopefully this is just the part 1 because I wanna hear the whole story of the visual effects of the 3rd act!

  • Thabo
    Thabo 개월 전 +1

    Kudos to you guys and your entire Special & Visual effects team it’s absolutely incredible the attention to detail you guys went to thank you!❤️

  • el profesor
    el profesor 개월 전 +3

    One of the most informative and well-done "Making Of" I've seen so far.

  • Gamer Geek23
    Gamer Geek23 개월 전 +2

    For some of these being cgi didn’t even look like it to me with what you’ve just shown us. Like that’s crazy. I want more please 🙏. Y’all have done a amazing job

  • Boog S Reviews
    Boog S Reviews 2 개월 전 +3

    I love seeing stuff like this and what goes into the CGI. I figured the fight scenes would be a lot of CG but the stuff like environments looked so good that you didn’t realize it was CGI. I’d like another part to this showing off the CG that went into the Dr Strange fight and the final fight as well

  • Gulnoza Normuminova
    Gulnoza Normuminova 개월 전 +2

    That's incredible huge respect to these guys and also tom is an amazing actor not only he does his own stunts but acting in 90% blue screen is a challenge

  • Aasim Yousaf
    Aasim Yousaf 개월 전 +12

    These VFX geniuses are the true heroes of the MCU who allow all these crazy worlds and characters to be bought to life

    • Matthew Bennett
      Matthew Bennett 23 일 전

      Well and that's the same people say that the MCU uses too much CGI but a lot of CGI has to be employed to fully realize the universe of the comments that were created many decades ago that's why the Marvel Comics I've only started to be adapted into movies in the 2000's because that's when the technology finally caught up for that to be possible. Try watching the 1978 version of doctor strange that was made for TV or the 1970s version of Captain America also made for TV they look terrible not just because they were made-for-tv it's just because the technology wasn't there to do it right.

  • johnbun
    johnbun 개월 전 +4

    Tom Holland coming up with the wrinkly suit idea is phenomenal!!

    ZAI ENT 개월 전 +7

    I'll be honest i noticed a lot of the visual effects and although i wish there was more real shots, it was the only way we could get this movie during pandemic so I'm OK with it. but i just miss traditional film making where a lot more is shot for real and looks real.

  • David McDonald
    David McDonald 2 개월 전 +52

    Kinda surprised that they didn't use the Volume for some of these shots. Disney owns it and I think it's at the same Atlanta Pinewood studios (or perhaps in the London studios) but it would have made certain shots easier for the crew and a faster post-production time

    • Mayowa Olusetire
      Mayowa Olusetire 2 개월 전

      @Crystal Customs maybe. But other studios are building theirs too

    • Crystal Customs
      Crystal Customs 2 개월 전 +2

      @Mayowa Olusetire my guess is directors need to request it and disney projects(star wars and marvel) get priority

    • Mayowa Olusetire
      Mayowa Olusetire 2 개월 전 +4

      What I have noticed is that mainly only directors or cinematographers that worked on the Mandalorian have used it for their films. Greg Fraser (batman), Peyton Reed (Ant man and the wasp Quantumania), Taika Watiti (Thor Love and Thunder). AS time goes on more directors will get comfortable with the technology

    • iamchrispaezjr
      iamchrispaezjr  2 개월 전 +3

      I think they're building more locations for it to be used, but as others have said, they're using it for AntMan and Thor.

    • Arrogant Specialist
      Arrogant Specialist 2 개월 전 +5

      @Nick the Batman also used it too

  • Parvis
    Parvis 2 개월 전 +15

    I love stuff like this. It’s so interesting.
    I love knowing how movies are made.

  • Valentino
    Valentino 개월 전 +2

    i like to imagine how this visual effects can become easier to make and way more realistic in the future.

  • Shannon T
    Shannon T 2 개월 전 +18

    Geez Tom Holland really is Peter Parker & Spider-Man! 👏👏

  • marco maneja
    marco maneja 2 개월 전 +85

    i wanna see him talk about the special effects in the dr strange vs spiderman fight :)

  • Schizzie
    Schizzie 개월 전

    Reaaaally great video. Best VFX breakdown yet. So detailed and interesting. More please!

  • Daniel Salazar
    Daniel Salazar 개월 전 +9

    Oscar worth it for just visual effects, I knew about special effects but man ... They managed to build a whole new world and make it look so real. I can't say what's real and what's not. That's why cinema is an art. Big applause for all that 2d and 3d animators that worked so hard to make this masterpiece possible...

    • KeemerThanEver
      KeemerThanEver 개월 전

      One person that isn’t complaining about visual effects 👍

  • Crhistian Chau
    Crhistian Chau 개월 전 +1

    we definitely need more of this kind of content!

  • Elliot 'TobElliot' Nwaobi
    Elliot 'TobElliot' Nwaobi 2 개월 전 +2

    I love content like this. Great poetic and artistic film. Shoutouts to the whole team that worked on this Modern masterpiece

  • Tati Kapaya
    Tati Kapaya 2 개월 전 +5

    This was so interesting to watch! Absolutely amazing!!

  • Alex
    Alex 2 개월 전 +14

    They do all this just to satisfy our lives by taking out 2 hour and 28 minutes out of our day and pay 13$ to watch there masterpiece, I salute them💜

  • Chelsey
    Chelsey 2 개월 전 +6

    This video was very fun and interesting to watch, so cool to see how this amazing movie was made

  • Nathalia Freitas
    Nathalia Freitas 개월 전 +3

    This video is just... AMAZING. I could watch him talking about the entire movie without getting bored

  • Ishraq Talukder
    Ishraq Talukder 개월 전 +4

    23:03 for everyone wanting to see the alternative scene where Tom Holland’s Spider-Man fights green goblin at the bridge.

  • Kareem Press
    Kareem Press 2 개월 전 +1

    I love the production/editing aspect in addition to the acting aspects. So cool to get paid to do this stuff.

  • Abi Nubli
    Abi Nubli 개월 전 +11

    Kinda sad how more practical shots gets replaced or just for reference anyway. But yeah i get the reasoning behind it. And also makes me realize that a VFX supervisor kinda have a say about the directing especially in action shots.

  • Abhishek Ganta
    Abhishek Ganta 개월 전 +6

    As much as I like the Tom Holland Spiderman movies, the practical effects of Sam Raimi's films made it feel more raw and real.

  • Luis Maldonado
    Luis Maldonado 개월 전 +2

    Now let’s get a breakdown of the Raimi trilogy’s visual effects. Back then, CGI wasn’t as convincing forcing the visual effects department to be more creative and think outisde the box. Which is why there was weight to the action scenes.

  • Abraham Ebuka
    Abraham Ebuka 개월 전 +1

    Please get this man to do more breakdowns

  • BeAn__07
    BeAn__07 개월 전 +1

    I wanna do this when I’m older. It seems so cool and fun.

  • xoxojadieeet
    xoxojadieeet 개월 전

    This is amazing and so interesting to watch! It's extraordinary and the next time I'll watch this movie I'll appreciate it even more.

  • jackal242
    jackal242 개월 전 +2

    13:16 Tom Holland doing all those flips in the real world. That's amazing.

  • V.v. Valdez
    V.v. Valdez 개월 전

    I really like how he broke down the difference between a special effects and visual effects

  • Ishraq Talukder
    Ishraq Talukder 개월 전 +5

    13:13 Tom Holland really went full Spider-Man to do his own stunts while wearing motion capture.

  • Franklo jpg
    Franklo jpg 개월 전 +23

    As much as I love visual effects, we need to get some practical elements back because everything looks just like flat lighting on a blue screen and you can tell

    • Bern
      Bern 개월 전

      @Franklo jpg only the iron spider costume. because you can't make that, metal just isn't that flexible. but the other cloth costumes are real whenever possible like the beginning web swinging sequence.. the fight and acrobatic scenes in this movie have more practical effects than let's see the raimi movies because the swinging scenes in raimi movies look particularly fake because of that.

    • Franklo jpg
      Franklo jpg 개월 전

      @Bern completely wipe away with VFX, in none of those movies you see the real costume of spiderman is just lighting reference and that apply for a lot of things

    • Bern
      Bern 개월 전

      dude a lot of the stunts and elements are practical effects.

    • Rooracleaf
      Rooracleaf 개월 전 +2

      once we get fully out of covid restrictions we'll get more practical stuff I'm sure.

  • nugget130884
    nugget130884 개월 전 +1

    Wowza! Just gives you a sense of amazement at how far CGI has come. Especially the reflections in the windows....

  • Carolyn Kaleko
    Carolyn Kaleko 2 개월 전 +18

    Yes! Now do a breakdown of the whole film.

  • Random
    Random 개월 전 +2

    Man i would watch a whole VFX breakdown of the whole movie

  • Craig Haley
    Craig Haley 개월 전 +8

    It's very telling that the only thing that really impressed me in the entire video was the stuff Tom Holland actually did. It's a shame they had to draw a Spider-man costume on him and lead us to believe it was the stuff that wasn't real.

  • Keanu Hendricks
    Keanu Hendricks 개월 전

    These guys get to little credit for this amazing job👏👏

  • Arashocky
    Arashocky 2 개월 전 +2

    More VFX breakdowns like this PLEASE!

  • Chelsey
    Chelsey 2 개월 전 +15

    Tom is really talented wow

  • Pen' em
    Pen' em 개월 전

    the fact that they did all of this in under a year is impressive enough

  • SmokeyFizz
    SmokeyFizz 2 개월 전 +20

    Him knowing the shot number LOL - working in animation and some shots you just see SO often the entire thing is embedded in your head frame by frame. Felt that.

    LUIS FLORES 2 개월 전 +2

    Man who misses the show movie magic?? The best behind the scenes of fx for movies. This is something like that wish we can get more of this

  • Larry Doogood
    Larry Doogood 개월 전 +1

    Love the scene with doc oc how the car the college lady was in has a sun roof on outer shots and no sun roof on shots showing the inside

  • Nightwing
    Nightwing 2 개월 전 +4

    Well, they did a fine job! It's amazing!

    D ANIMATESS 개월 전 +1

    Now I appreciate this movie even more

  • Foul
    Foul 개월 전

    I love special effects, I admire them but I would like when in the future there are certified films with a "NO CGI" logo filmed the old fashioned way, and all that we see is true... I don't find it much more impressive... a guy who does his stunts in CGI, there's nothing going on emotionally, a guy who does them for real... (Jackie Chan for example).. a lot more emotional impact...

  • Aidan Veldsman
    Aidan Veldsman 개월 전

    This is incredible - PLEASE can we get something similar for the final battle

  • Nolan Cruz
    Nolan Cruz 개월 전 +2

    I completely understand that using VFX is easier, but MAN... would've loved to see the goblin suit be practical. I know his "new" suit was practical and it looked GREAT.

  • Dewoy1
    Dewoy1 개월 전 +2

    You know, seeing and knowing all this stuff really makes me appriciate what the folks over in mission impossible do even more. I knew Marvel movies use an ungodly amount of CGI already. But i didn´t expect it to this extend.

      DECODED 개월 전

      @Dewoy1 DNEG worked on over 1,000 VFX shots for MI:fallout. And they weren't the only VFX studio involved in the movie.
      Almost every single frame has some sort of digital enhancement. Like I said, they're just less honest about it.

    • Dewoy1
      Dewoy1 개월 전

      @DECODED Not realy no. The first one had some obvious scenes for sure. But it got less and less over the years. They erase safty lines for the most part now.

      DECODED 개월 전

      There's a shitload of CGI is the MI movies too - they're just less honest about it.

  • Ariah Makhi
    Ariah Makhi 개월 전

    I LOVE the mini science lesson on lighting that went into this! Too awesome!

  • ashVGF
    ashVGF 개월 전

    Thank you for doing this, it was cool and educational!

  • Ashley Rosario
    Ashley Rosario 개월 전

    As a New Yorker we would of been very angry 🤣 I appreciate the attention to detail without them being in the city. So fascinating to see ✨✨ thank you for sharing!