Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by tonyformer, Sep 9, 2016.
You think that facial motion capture is done on set on the streets of London?
I have read that Hopkins will be the voice of Ultra Magnus. I don't know if that is true or not.
Where are the "reading" all this info at?
Guys, he's here, inside McLaren, he has walk around and bunch of people saw him! They prohibit to take photos, sorry, guys
See if you can see anyone else in the McLaren with him like Cade or someone else. And try and find out more about the McLaren. Autobot, Decelticon or other.
Hopkins on set
One of the videos I saw definitely had Hopkins (or his double) in the passenger seat of the Mclaren.
I thought for some moment that it's Cade with him, but it wasn't so, just the driver Although there was moment before Hopkins arrived, when MW double was walking around McLaren Unfortunately they closed road before 100m to the set, definately they're afraid of plot leaks
Um sometimes it is.. Take James Spader for example from Avengers: Age of Ultron. He wore a mo cap face thingy during filming on set and during action scenes. Many other movies do this too.
He's almost doing this and Thor: Ragnarok at the same time.
This guy's really a genius.
Indeed, plus the Behind of the scenes featture of Cap 3, shows that Tom Holland did some Mo-Cap stuff on set, like his fight sequence with Falcon and Winter Soldier, he was there with Anthony Mackei and Sebastian Stan in a Mo-cap outfit.
Lmao, they CGI Spider-Man so much its ridiculous. TASM 2 is basically all CGI Spidey, and so is Civil War (times where it shows so much especially in Civil War). Can't believe they went as far as mo-capping him on set for Civil War. They need to get back to going the practical route. This CGI is being overused these days. They probably just want his suit to look tight in Civil War and Homecoming which is ridiculous. Let his suit have wrinkles.
they are using a practical suit in homecoming, but remember they need to CGI Spider-Man for certain stunts like when he's web swinging.
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