LLcruize wrote:It will be interesting to see how the suit appears after the 9 million dollar renovation. I just want the sheen to be gone. It gives the suit a weightlessness that I think is my biggest problem with it. It doesn't seem to be a part of him, it is just water painted on him.
This isn't necessarily something to be concerned about since the 3D conversion was never figured into the budget and an all CG scene cut during script development was re-added to the film after the studio saw and early cut of the film. With the main effects houses working on the film, Sony Imageworks and Rising Sun Pictures, already working with a full plate another studio, Pixomondo, was brought in to work on the sequence. The effects budget for Green Lantern, now at fifty four million dollars, is still comparatively small given the fourteen hundred effects shots in the film and the task of bringing a film that includes thousands of aliens and other worlds to life. Of all the effects laden films on the calendar for this summer Green Lantern is perhaps the most ambitious project on the slate so there is little wonder that it is a "troubled" production given the tight post-production schedule on a heavily promoted film such as this.
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