Without CGI: director reveals trick to raise Tom Holland’s hair in Infinity War

Without CGI: director reveals trick to raise Tom Holland's hair in Infinity War

The Avengers: Infinity War had to go through a series of adding special effects to arrive at the result we know today, but one of the fan favorite scenes was done in a completely natural way, as revealed by the Russo brothers, directors of the film.

It is one of the scenes already seen even in the trailer, when the character of Tom Holland has the hair on his arm completely raised. Many fans suggested that the image was made with CGI, but the directors deny:

“Many people think it is a CGI scene, but in reality the image was achieved by a very gentle breath in Tom’s ear,” says Anthony Russo. No, this is not a joke.

The magic of cinema is sometimes as simple as blowing in the ear, and that only makes things even more admirable – or perhaps even frightening. How many times did they have to re-record this scene? How many puffs did it take? Is that job vacancy still available for the next film?

We will see Tom Holland as Spider-Man again soon with the fourth Avengers movie, still untitled, due to be released on May 3, 2019, while his solo film, Away from Home, is expected on July 5 of the same. year. Before that, Marvel Studios will still release Captain Marvel on March 8, and it’s worth remembering that Ant-Man and the Wasp is still on display in theaters.

Read more about The Avengers: Infinity War on our website. The film is now available on online platforms and its debut in bluray and DVD is expected for August 14, Tuesday.

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