Avengers: Infinity War had fan’s leaving with plenty of emotions, but one scene in particular captivated more than any other.
Spoilers incoming for Avengers: Infinity War, so if you haven’t seen the movie yet you’ve been warned.
There are a few character deaths in Avengers: Infinity War, but one of the hardest
“Spidey’s really fighting it,” Aiken said. “He definitely doesn’t want to go and he’s fighting… he’s incredibly powerful, so he’s able to withhold it for a lot longer than some of the others, but in the end he can’t withstand it.”
If you thought it was hard to watch on screen, imagine trying to watch that scene over and over again while putting it together in the editing room.
“Nobody at Weta could watch that,” Aiken said. “The first few times we watched that we all choked up, it’s an incredibly powerful performance and
The team worked extremely hard to make sure that the visual effects were seamless, as unlike the other deaths Spider-Man is viewed from up-close. That means the scrutiny would be times 10, and if anything was out of place it was more likely to be caught. “It was just making sure that it worked completely consistently, seamless through that trauma process,” Aiken said.
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