How ILM created Hong Kong with special effects just to destroy it

Probably the most insane fight sequence of Pacific Rim was when a Jaeger fought a Kaiju in the streets of Hong Kong. The entire city was destroyed, glass shards flew everywhere, neon lights were exploding, streets were being crushed, shipping containers somehow were involved and the whole battle was just beyond epic. » 1/17/14 10:30pm 1/17/14 10:30pm

The Effects For Star Trek: ID Were Even More Special Than Cumberbatch

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan hit theaters way back in 1982, and the film's tense space battles were realized by Industrial Light and Magic using models and old-school film effect techniques. So it was only fitting that ILM was called upon again to bring J.J. Abrams' take on the clash between James T. Kirk and Khan… » 1/03/14 2:56pm 1/03/14 2:56pm

Watch the Visual Effects Reel Behind Pacific Rim's Awesome Prologue

If you watched Pacific Rim, you'd know how incredible the giant mechs looked and how unforgettably beautiful the prologue that provided the backstory for the movie was. And though ILM did most of the VFX in the film, Guillermo del Toro's Mirada studio was the team responsible for the effects in the prologue. Here's how … » 9/11/13 1:00am 9/11/13 1:00am

A Backstage Look at How ILM Turned Mark Ruffalo Into a Gigantic Green…

Industrial Light and Magic has been in the visual effects game since the original Star Wars. And if you need any further proof that they're still one of the top FX shops on the planet, here's another look at the work they did to bring the Hulk to life in The Avengers. » 1/24/13 12:40pm 1/24/13 12:40pm