All BEHIND THE SCENES Of CHIP And DALE Movie
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Chip n’ Dale: Rescue rangers comes straight from the vaults of memory and 1980’s nostalgia in the form of an intelligent movie that uses the current obsession with reboots, sequels and remakes in its favor; creating a coherent amalgam of characters coming from the hundreds of Disney properties and from other animated universes as well.
The movie is, in Director’s Akiva Schaffer’s words, “a love letter to animation,” and it uses the most modern techniques in the industry to merge together live-action environments and actors (A.K.A. real world and real people), 3D CGI Animation and 2D traditional animation; and we can agree in one thing: the result is mesmerizing. The movie looks amazing and well-finished and we never get the feeling of things being carelessly thrown into the mix.
The team behind the creation of a movie this big and challenging is a particularly huge one. Hundreds of people and thousands of work hours are invested into putting everything together. From the script pages, to a storyboard, to a previs environment, to a live-action shooting to a lot of postproduction work that includes voice acting, digital animation and 3D FX rendering and editing. We tell you: it is HUGE.
Knowing all this, the need for knowledge is inevitable. WE NEED to know how this was made, what do the team members think and feel about their movie. So, stay with if you want to know what happened BEHIND THE SCENES Of CHIP And DALE Rescue Rangers!
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