Now we all can agree that Deadpool is, and will remain for quite some time, a class-apart superhero movie. Where Directors such as Christopher Nolan are hell bent on making superhero movies, a little less comical and a little more civil and believer in actual, real life stunts; Director Tim Miller gave us a superhero movie basically built on the foundations of crude and on spot one-liners, a visually sound movie, and we loved it! Now the main excitation factor about the movie might be, it being the first superhero movie to break the fourth wall, but none can argue that this movie had some downright bad-ass visuals. And now after we have seen the movie, and loved it, it is time to tell you guys how the brilliant special effects were done in the movie, so let's dismantle this sucker, shall we?
So here are eight, before-and-after special effects scenes from Deadpool, enjoy.
This is the original, green screen shot of the stunts man.
This is after the special effects team was done with it!
The basic model that was created by the designers.
The end result!
Here is the green screen footage of this epic scene.
And here it is, how we saw it in the movie!
The computer grid model of the SUV rolling.
And how it was in the movie.
yes FIRE... LOTS AND LOTS OF IT!
All's well in this shot.
And now ugly has burnt down the entire building.
The basic 3-D, computer generated model.
And BOOM! here we have it.
The actor who played Colossal wearing gray track suit on Vancouver sets.
And this is after the digital domain were done with the scene.