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Wonder Woman 1984 - Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment reunite with filmmaker Patty Jenkins and Diana of Themyscira (Gal Godot) for a return to DC Comics’ mythical warrior princess.

The ageless daughter of Zeus this time partners with her old flame Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) in 1980s America to combat the human-feline Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) and villainous businessman Max Lord (Pedro Pascal). Visual effects supervisor John Moffatt and special effects supervisor Mark Holt provide superhero spectacle with DNEG, Framestore, Method, Host VFX and The Third Floor.

Black Widow - Set in the time period between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, Black Widow follows Natasha Romanoff’s personal story, as portrayed by Scarlett Johansson. Director Cate Shortland collaborated with visual effects supervisor Gerard Diefenthal and special effects supervisor Chris Corbould to bring the travails and triumphs of the Marvel Studios’ heroine to vivid life.

Visual effects by Digital Domain, Industrial Light & Magic, Weta Digital, SSVFX and Scanline. No Time to Die - Daniel Craig’s last turn as James Bond has the retired 007 agent being drawn into active service at the behest of a former friend in the CIA. As always, practical effects - orchestrated by Chris Corbould - and visual effects join forces to provide all the high-octane action expected in a James Bond film.

Director Cary Joji Fukunaga worked with visual effects supervisor Charlie Noble and teams from Industrial Light & Magic, Cinesite, DNEG, Framestore and others to give Craig as Bond a spectacular send-off. Fast and Furious 9 - Former street racer Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) seeks a peaceful family life with Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) and his son, but the past returns to haunt him when his brother Jakob (John Cena) arrives from nowhere.

Director Justin Lin returns to the world of high-speed cars and audacious heists with the ninth film in the popular action franchise. Special effects supervisor Alistair Williams delivers teeth-rattling racing antics on set. Visual effects supervisor Peter Chiang leads the team at DNEG to augment the action and craft suitably outrageous set pieces. Artemis Fowl - Seeking to restore his family fortune, young criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl II (Ferdia Shaw) gets embroiled in a kidnap plot in a magical fairy kingdom.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh, the film is adapted from the best-selling fantasy novels by Eoin Colfer. Visual effects supervisor Charley Henley conjures illusions with artists from MPC, Framestore, Industrial Light & Magic, RISE and BUF. The Third Floor and Argon Effects handle previs, and KM Effects delivers prosthetic makeup effects.



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