Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is also going to use StageCraft technology from The Mandalorian

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is also going to use StageCraft technology from The Mandalorian

Paul Rudd’s third movie as the tiny superhero is also going to use the technology that Light & Magic invented for Disney+’s first Star Wars series.

In addition to being the series that has opened the ban for Star Wars stories to be released on the small screen, The Mandalorian has also been a revolution for the film industry, since was the first production to use the revolutionary technology of StageCraft from Industrial Light and Magic that Marvel is now going to use for Ant-Man 3.

This has been revealed by Jeff Loveness, screenwriter of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, during an interview on the podcast I Said No Gifts, where has described in detail his experience when visiting the filming set of this new UCM film and witness this spectacular technology that allows the locations to be reproduced on giant screens while the cameras record.

“I was on set for about three months during pre-production, so I saw people in costumes, I met the actors, they taught me the most practical things. I don’t know if you’ve seen The Mandalorian but they have a new technology they call The Volume, which is basically a green screen with life. They can put the backgrounds and digital effects in real time,” explained the screenwriter.

“Much better for the actors but then they also have to do some digital retouching. It’s pretty cool, It reminds me a lot of David Lean painting to recreate the backgrounds of the Wizard of Oz movie.“, recognized Loveness, who was also able to see one of the scenes from Ant-Man 3. “I felt like one of those who saw the Lumiere brothers’ train.”

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I was shown a very complicated sequence with the Wasp, very small, flying and moving through a forest with the camera following her the whole time. It was spectacular to see that giant green screen moving to the rhythm of the cameras. I think it’s one of the scenes that is going to be in the movie.”

Five years after the release of Paul Rudd’s last film as the tiny superhero, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be released in 2023 and will lead us to discover another of the most fascinating places in the Marvel universe: the Quantum Realm.

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