Continuing to look closely at the movies in the Best Visual Effects category at the Oscars, we come to “No Time to Die
.” On paper, the latest James Bond movie and the last starring Daniel Craig
may feel like the odd man out when it comes to this year’s race. Many wouldn’t consider it a “visual effects movie,” per sé, but in fact visual effects were necessary in making all of Bond’s physics-defying stunts feel grounded and real, as if they were all done at the fantastic locations where the movies takes place.
SEEMemo to the academy: It’s time for Hans Zimmer
to finally win 2nd career Oscar
A six-time Oscar nominee, Chris Corbould
has worked on the special effects for no less than 15 James Bond films, beginning with “The Spy Who Loved Me
” in 1977. He was also among the four VFX supervisors that won this