Star Wars 8: See How Bombing Run Was Created In VFX Breakdown
A new pair of videos breaks down how Industrial Light and Magic created two of Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘s effects-heavy scenes. In retrospect, it’s perhaps not surprising that The Last Jedi proved to be so divisive. Fandom has mirrored society, in general, over the past few years, with regard to becoming more vocal about things they don’t enjoy, with fans often feeling personally slighted when someone’s vision doesn’t line up with their own expectations. Unfortunately, the loud minority who attacked the latest Star Wars film after its release made any legitimate criticism all the more challenging. Rather than discussing the actual merits and flaws of the film as both art and entertainment, discussion often boiled down to gripes about canon and small bits of logic in a fantastical universe. Case in point, the opening bombing run was a visual spectacle that showcased Rian Johnson’s skills as a director. Sadly, too much talk surrounding it revolved around whether the bombs should have dropped at all. But with hindsight, it’s much easier to look back on the scene and enjoy it for what it is – and admire the work that went into it. RELATED: The Last Jedi Cut Princes William & Harry Cameos
The article Star Wars 8: See How Bombing Run Was Created In VFX Breakdown appeared first on Screen Rant.