'The Avengers' Have Been Roughly Assembled

In an interview with Starburst for the upcoming DVD release of TAKE SHELTER, special effects supervisor Chris Wells dropped some interesting details about his latest project: THE AVENGERS.

Working at Hydraulx, the SFX company behind SKYLINE and BATTLE: LOS ANGELES, Wells and his crew are overseeing the much-anticipated film's opening sequence. 'We're doing what essentially boils down to the prelude of the movie,' he said. 'There's a whole intro that happens before you start even getting the titles and it's pretty big. There's nothing small in this movie. I went to a screening with all the temporary visual effects and it was pretty fleshed out. It's a long movie but it doesn't feel like it. Out of all the comic book movies and franchises I've worked on, this is the best one I've seen so far.'

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alycakes1708d ago

This is so cool...I know you have to be very smart to do all the special effects and all the visuals and stunts...every little thing that goes into making these movies. We just can't imagine all that's gone on before we sit down to enjoy a movie....or at least I can't....I'm just glad it happens.