The use of visual effects has been so extensive that in some scenes, only an actor's face is in the final image. The film relies on effects to create the flood, of course, but in addition, Noah doesn't feature any real animals. Aronofsky said the creatures in the film are "slightly tweaked" versions of those that exist in nature, and there also are fantastical beings in the mix. The director recently told DGA Quarterly that Industrial Light & Magic had said it did the most complicated rendering in the company's history for the film -- "a nice badge of honor," he said.Might not matter. ILM did the last Star Wars film and it was awful anyway.
Monday, October 21, 2013
More on "Noah" From the Hollywood Reporter
Here is another article on the upcoming "Noah" film by Darren Aronovsky. Aside from apprehensions and criticisms, we find that the production budget has gone over $125 million and: