Director: Bryan Singer
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VFX Supervisor: Hoyt Yeatman
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Studio: Warner Bros.
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Release date: 31/12/2013

Rodeo FX contributed a number of complex VFX shots to two sequences of Jack the Giant Slayer. The “Treasure room” is an original creation of Rodeo where particle simulations was used to drop and place all of the golden treasure depicted in the sequence.  Rodeo FX also created VFX for a massive environment shot, digitally recreating London, in a sequence that appears at the end of the movie. This virtual London environmental is a big pull-out shot from the Tower of London, which then zips under the London Tower Bridge, and ends in the sky. Rodeo FX shut down the bridge for a full 20 minutes! Other VFX services provided for “Jack the Giant Slayer” by Rodeo FX include matte paintings, full CG environments, compositing, and digitally enhanced camera movement. Sébastien Moreau, president, talks about this production: “Our digital artistry on ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ was intense and pushed our creativity to new levels.”