Spider-Man 3 building a CGI city.

Discussion in 'Spider-Man 1, 2 & 3' started by Advanced Dark, Nov 30, 2007.

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    http://spiderman3dvd.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!FE954C956215D053!282.entry

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  2. Visionary Registered

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    How much does all of that cost, I mean damn. I wonder if there's anyone who can make a Spidey film without the use of CGI, and I wonder how it would turn out with just 100-110M to work with for the budget?
     
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    he wouldnt' be swinging around very much except for landing and what can be done on rigs and cranes as far as aerial work goes with a low low budget. villains wouldn't look as good or as believable. any of the remaining villains needs as much cgi work to be believable as the last villains have. ock wouldnt' have been half as believable without cgi or with goblin flying and his bombs exploding. sandman wouldnt' have had a chance and neither would have venom seeing as how a mask would have had to have been as advanced as a predators face mask to be real looking. scorpion chameleon kraven and mysterio might need the least amount of cgi. but vulture needs as much as goblin and lizard shoudlnt' be done in a suit except for key scenes unless it looks REALLY good. we have to believe he's a lizard after all
     
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    If they wanted to, they could easily recycle and re-use the cg cities of the sm1 and 2, cutting production costs to save money.
     
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    That is a wise idea, just so that every movie, New York doesn't look different from the past movies in which they did.
     
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    Edit: Double Post. :csad:
     
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    Except CGI technology improves so much from year to year. Also it would force them to work in those same areas of the city. I like the mix.
     
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    Yah, the mix is good...but, just keeping the buildings the same in some areas, would make more continuity.
     
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    you change some colors and you change a little the designe. and voila.

    or rhtey could model new blocks but at least try to use some info from the last movies.

    a lot of money was thrown away IMO
     
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    Exactly...they could've at least kept some blocks or streets and buildings from last movies.
     
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    dude, why wasn't the alley chase that cool in the movie?
     
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    Because it was Spider-Man 3.
     
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    that would make alot of sense
     

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