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If you’re not already excited about Iron Man 3 you don’t have a beating heart. For those of us who are human, and therefore teeming with anticipation, this six-minute clip of behind-the-scenes footage that should make that pulse of yours quicken.
Remember how Red Bull made that amazingly ridiculous athlete-powered Rube Goldberg machine? This is how they did it. And it includes 11 athletes, 12 different machines, 4 RED cameras, 45 GoPro cameras, a 75 person crew putting in 3422 man hours and a helluva sawdust.
No matter what you thought of balls-to-the-wall action romp Dredd 3D, you can’t deny it looked amazing. Slo-Mo — the movie’s super-drug — meant that the world had to look like it was moving at one-percent its normal speed. That means creating some intense images to reflect what the characters are feeling. Here’s how the special effects artists did it.
Batman has been off Gotham’s streets for eight years, and now Bruce Wayne must decide whether or not he returns to fight off this new threat. Rise and shine, time to get a sneak peek at The Dark Knight Rises.
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If you’re watching Monday Night Football tonight, you’ll probably see a flawless production that balances highlights, game footage, stats, commentary and so much more. How do they do it! A huge team of people, cutting edge technology, some note cards and a whole mess of wires, apparently.