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Behind the Special Effects of Inception

July 26th, 2010 07:45 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Lanxon writes “Wired has a behind the scenes look at how Inception’s reality-distorting special effects sequences were shot, in an interview with Chris Corbould — the man ‘prized for his ability to stage a real-life tank chase in St. Petersburg (GoldenEye), to flip a working juggernaut down a narrow Chicago street (The Dark Knight), and to build a working Batmobile that can do 30-metre jumps without the aid of a single post-production pixel.’” Hopefully most of you who intend to see Inception have already seen it by now, so you don’t have to worry about spoilers. It’s getting pretty much universal praise.

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