VFX Supervisor John Desjardin Promises "Iconic" Imagery In BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN
VFX Supervisor John Desjardin worked with Zack Snyder on Watchmen and Man of Steel, and he talks here about the director's vision for a version of Batman "that nobody has seen on screen yet", as well as "some iconic representations" of him and Superman in the sequel. Check it out!
As you might expect, Zack Snyder is preparing to make the dreams of comic book fans come true when the world's two biggest superheroes finally stand side by side on the big screen in 2015. Talking to Bleeding Cool, VFX Supervisor John Desjardin shared his thoughts on the director's vision for Batman Vs. Superman, and like Ben Affleck earlier today, he clearly has high hopes for the movie! Be sure to click on the link at the bottom of the page to read the full interview.
"I was working on Batman-Superman right before this interview, a lengthy discussion with Zack looking at a bunch of drawings he’d made on his whiteboard that charted some iconic representations of… well, of things we’re going to have to try and do. Zack told me two weeks before Comic Con exactly how he was going to present the Batman announcement, and it was exactly the way he did present it. I got chills up my spine. What I want to get out of this movie is helping Zack tell a satisfying version of these characters, a version that nobody has seen on screen yet, but when audiences watch it they’re going to say “That’s what we always wanted to see but we hadn’t seen it yet.” Touch wood, because we have a long way to go, but the course is charted and we’re set to bring those ideas onto the screen, that something we haven’t seen before."
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