Zack Snyder’s Justice League Will Have More VFX Than Avengers: Endgame
The successes of modern-era of superhero movies has have been largely helped by numerous advancements visual effects advancements made since the turn of the 21st century. While VFX isn’t necessary to make a great movie, it is needed when the stories rely on visuals that can’t be achieved with just practical effects. When done correctly, computer-generated imagery can enhance the quality of the film.
VFX details have come from one of these upcoming projects, and the findings are fascinating.
Back in August 2020, Snyder shared that his cut would contain over 2,000 VFX shots. Now, a recent interview with Grace Randolph on the Beyond The Trailer YouTube Channel, Justice League director Zack Snyder revealed that his Snyder Cut will include around 2,800 visual effects shots in total.
Snyder commented, “It’s a visual effects extravaganza… And, you know, my hats off and kudos to my entire visual effects team, they do an amazing job, worked so hard with them every day on this movie. And it’s a labor of love for all of us.”
Catch Snyder’s full video with Randolph below: