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Old 01-23-2014, 03:03 AM   #1001
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Which hopefully Snyder shouldn't have a problem with seeing as he has an extensive background in VFX.
One would think so, but a lot of MOS was a disappointment, despite the volume and all the disaster porn.

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ILM did a ridiculously good job with recreating a good portion of New York for The Avengers. I really hope WB will be able to get them too because I honestly had no idea that a ton of those scenes in the final battle in The Avengers was done in sets with green screen I was shocked.
Also, Marvel had a ton of second unit people filming NYC stock footage for weeks. That way when it was digitally recreated for the battle scene the composites were based fresh real world aesthetics.

Personally I found 90% of the final battle in MOS unwatchable. It was a video game blur of random building #10 falling against random building #14. That's a problem with conception, not execution. Whoever creates Metropolis needs to spend some time in New York or Chicago and map the city out similarly so it looks inhabited. If you want your audience to become familiar with and eventually care about a fictitious city you're putting on screen it has to *feel* real. Give it landmarks and character that's memorable, and spend some time glossing over it all. Hell, I remember details about Vice City more than I do this version of Metropolis.

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