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Old 12-12-2013, 04:54 PM   #126
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Fact: We don't know the direction they're going with for this franchise, in regards to which cast/s will be featured in X-Men: Apocalypse.

Fact: We are not Bryan Singer.

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Old 12-12-2013, 08:45 PM   #127
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Gregg has a great look to be a mutant:



He could have easily played any iconic X-Man on the actual team
He looks cute and looks fitting to be Iceman!

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Old 01-26-2014, 01:53 PM   #128
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Framestore Visual Development worked on the Sentinels....

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Bryan Singer has released a picture of the full size Sentinel that was developed for him here at Framestore Visual development. It’s been interesting to see everyone’s reaction to Bryan’s chosen design. When the film is released, I look forward to showing everyone some of the alternate directions. Thanks to Bryan, Richard Stammers, and John Myhre for involving myself and my team in the project. Thanks also to the Legacy guys for doing an amazing job on the build.
Source:http://framestoreart.com/category/film/


Australian visual effects house Rising Sun Pictures also are on board and they posted the following on their site:

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While most of you are battening down for the winter months, we're just warming up here - 2013 was busy - Gravity, Gatsby, Wolverine, I, Frankenstein, Seventh Son, Shankar's 'i' and our foray back to Episodic TV, Anzac Girls. Lots of beautiful pictures, creative R&D and most importantly, happy clients that became new friends.

Presently, we're full steam ahead on 'X-Men, Days of Future Past', delivering a visually stunning sequence that will be easy to remember, and preparing for a number of other high profile projects.
http://www.rsp.com.au/news.htm

Here you can see their work for The Wolverine and other films:http://www.rsp.com.au/portfolio.htm

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Old 01-26-2014, 02:22 PM   #129
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Looks like the post from Framestore Visual Development suggests that they preferred another design for the Sentinels but Bryan went with a different design.

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yeah, thats why I thought too

I hope the other design isnt better, because.... lol

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Dont know if this has been posted. But comic Artist Jock aka Mark Simpson is helping with the costume design.
https://offtherecordontheqt.wordpres...age-to-screen/
Jock revealed what he worked on....
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F3S: You’ve also worked on X-Men: Days Of Future Past, can you tell us something about that experience?

J: Yes, I did a couple of weeks on costume designs. It’s pretty limited what I did, but we did work on Wolverine, Colossus and Xavier’s outfits for the film. I also did a couple of weeks on Battleship (2012) and G.I. Joe 2 (2013) which was really good fun.
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Sigel used the ALEXA XTs for the production’s 2D work, including 2nd unit.“The 2D work tended to be action photography that couldn’t be captured in 3D,” he explains.“It was converted to 3D in post and accounts for about 20 minutes of the movie.”
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The film intergrates approximately 1,200 visual effects.
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