Thor: Love and Thunder is now streaming on Disney+. Disney took the CGI backlashes from fans on Heimdall’s son Axl’s head in Thor: Love and Thunder. Following the controversies, Disney tried to fix Heimdall’s son CGI for the digital release of Thor: Love and Thunder, But somehow they made it worse. Check out the image below.
Marvel Is In Trouble With VFX Team
According to IGN reports, Multiple VFX industries, who worked with Marvel Studios spoke about the trouble and work stress working with Marvel Studios. “It’s famously the third act in most Marvel movies. If you have the third act, you are in for the most pain. Everything will change in a very drastic way, which means the most amount of work. And if one studio had more than just the third act, you’re in for it.”
Some artists faced mental and emotional strain working on CGI-heavy projects with a great deal of trial and error, revisions, and starting from scratch. “You can get your stuff thrown away 50 times just because they are rewriting and re-recording voices and redoing the script and redoing stuff, so it’s tiring in the sense where it feels like you get a lot of your work thrown [in the trash] often, so it can feel like what you’re doing is kind of useless,” one of IGN’s sources said. “Or you can get lucky and be on the shot that just goes smoothly.”
A former VFX artist named Dhruv Govil, who worked on Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man: Homecoming shared a post on Twitter “Working on Marvel shows is what pushed me to leave the VFX industry. They’re a horrible client, and I’ve seen way too many colleagues break down after being overworked, while Marvel tightens the purse strings.”
Thor: Love and Thunder is directed by Taika Waititi, who co-wrote the script with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. The film stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor alongside Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Jaimie Alexander as Sif, Waititi as Korg, Russell Crowe as Zeus, and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster / Mighty Thor.
Watch Thor: Love and Thunder on Disney+.