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Cool Videos: Civil War VFX reels brings Black Panther to life

09.28.2016
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Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther was one of the highlights of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR but did you know that not one frame of his bad-ass suit was real? Although there was a practical outfit worn by Boseman and his stuntmen on set, the Russo brothers realized that it wasn't giving the performers the freedom of movement they needed to properly sell the character. The pair confirmed this in the CIVIL WAR Blu-ray commentary, saying that making a practical outfit was "impossible when you’re talking about an otherworldly outfit like the one that the Panther wears, which has a certain luminescence to it because it’s made of a woven metal." Marvel then turned to several VFX houses, including Cinesite, in order to bring Black Panther to life and a VFX reel has illustrated all of the work which went into the creation of Marvel's new hero.

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9:54AM on 09/29/2016
While the final version does look better, I can't see that big of an improvement from the on-set version of the suit to make the cost of the visual effects make sense.

Cost must not have been an issue for this movie.

You know what blew my mind? The bomb was CG. The on-set photography was an empty plywood crate.
While the final version does look better, I can't see that big of an improvement from the on-set version of the suit to make the cost of the visual effects make sense.

Cost must not have been an issue for this movie.

You know what blew my mind? The bomb was CG. The on-set photography was an empty plywood crate.
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