As Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world, he teams up with another super soldier, the Black Widow, to battle a new threat from history: an assassin known as the Winter Soldier.
We are proud to present a sampling of of ILM’s visual effects work for Marvel’s blockbuster hit, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ directed by brothers Anthony and Joe Russo.
This reel represents a small sampling of the nearly 900 visual effects shots ILM contributed to the film created by an international crew of 300+.
The bulk of ILM’s work appears in the film’s third act and consists of the helicarrier’s massive underwater hanger, their ensuing battle, and the helicarriers themselves inside and out, sprawling digital Washington D.C. and Rosslyn environments including the Triskelion building complex on Roosevelt Island, highly detailed digital doubles for Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie).
We hope you enjoy this look behind the effects work.
The Winter Soldier-Staging the Helicarrier Crash-Design FX-WIRED
Industrial Light & Magic was tasked with updating the helicarriers in the new film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. FXguide’s Mike Seymour talks to the visual effects company to find out what new details were added to the S.H.I.E.L.D. aircrafts, and how the effects team created a digital modeling environment for the epic helicarrier crash scene.
VFX BREAKDOWN – Concepts
Marvel approached Perception in the winter of 2013 to collaborate on their highly anticipated sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Here is a montage of our work for the interface design in Nick Fury’s car.
Since way back in 2009, we’ve worked on a few projects with two of our favorite people, directors Joe & Anthony Russo. So when we found out we’d have the opportunity to pitch on their latest project, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we were absolutely thrilled. Many months later we are excited to finally share the results.