10 CGI Movie Moments So Convincing You Thought They Were Real

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Digital technology has completely changed the way movies are made. Filmmakers have the ability to completely change sets, move locations, and build whole worlds out of 3D elements. Many times, you will be seeing CG on the screen without even realizing the effects are there. Sure, laser blasts and dinosaurs may be real, but check out some movie moments you would never realize are filled with CG effects.

In Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, the vampire character played by Johnny Depp was made even more realistic thanks to the CG removal of his eye lids. In Logan, Hugh Jackman needed to look older and more battle torn and digital effects really helped with the process. Ghost Rider needed to look like a true superhero so the filmmakers went a little nuts with the CG. In Zodiac, the spirit of the 70’s in San Francisco was digitally created even right down to the most mundane details. For Iron Man 3, an injury to Robert Downey JR. forced some shooting changes and resulted in some very effective Cg work. Jurassic Park was filled with CG dinos and a stunt double who had a digital face attached. To help make a movie musical more realistic, ear pieces were used and digitally removed in post-production. For the creation of Star Wars Rogue One, the filmmakers were able to digitally recreate an actor who passed away years and years earlier. Furious 7 used similar tactics when completing scenes featuring Paul Walker. Watch to see all of these realistic CG moments.

Featuring:

DARK SHADOWS
LOGAN
GHOST RIDER
ZODIAC
IRON MAN 3
JURASSIC PARK
LES MISERABLES
STAR WARS ROGUE ONE
FURIOUS 7
WOLF OF WALL STREET

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