‘The Flash’ Director on How He Approached DC Film’s VFX

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The Flash has just hit theaters this week after a long wait. Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav hailed it as the best superhero film he’s ever seen. They had a variety of big names like Tom Cruise and Stephen King openly sharing their love for the film. Yet, it still has hit a rather surprising mixed reception from the internet with the VFX becoming a hot topic online.

In an interview with Gizmodo, director Andy Muschietti had a chance to discuss his approach to establishing a unique view from someone that is moving at a speed that would distort light and texture. While one can discuss if he managed to do what he was aiming for, it definitely stirred some discussions online.

The idea, of course, is…we are in the perspective of the Flash. Everything is distorted in terms of lights and textures.

Andy Muschietti

There’s been a big discussion point surrounding VFX for quite some time, especially when it came to some of the latest Marvel Studios releases. People have nitpicked quite a few films based on one or two sequences as a standard of quality for an entire production. So, some may have very different experiences with these projects and there are some VFXs that may be perceived as “bad” as a result of how one can perceive effects. Either way, it seems this discussion point isn’t going away anytime soon.

Source: Gizmodo

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