By - Empty-Artichoke4533
Man, really makes you remember how epic that movie was.
That opening scene was literally gut-wrenching, and just plain good cinema. You’re just sitting there, all tensed-up, waiting for Clint’s family to be dusted.
I wonder if they've ever considered shooting a Marvel Studios movie on film again considering the franchise started off shooting on film.
The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy was shot on film whereas the spin-offs were shot on Digital.
I wonder if there's a Marvel property they would consider going back to film for.
How hard would it be for you do to do that to the whole movie?
On paper it sounds easy.
Drag 4k copy of End Game into Final Cut/Premiere/Davinci, apply a LUT/preset that looks like Kodak 500T/50D, export, wait 82 days, melt your graphics card. This would be passable to 99.9% of people.
But to do it "right" we'd be talking each shot needing to be individually handled. Because the tones/color will be different in each shot/angle, then blending it all and making it look seemless.
Dang. I know that for Knives Out they had special post processing techniques to achieve a film look. One can imagine how gorgeous Endgame would look given the right treatment.
Looks better than what we got
Looks so much better
I’m ignorant on digital vs film; why not do all movies on film? This looks amazing!
it’s cheaper and easier to shoot digital
What's the difference besides adding film grain?
The color grading.
Can someone ELI5 what the visual difference is with film vs digital? I mean, I can detect a difference when I see it but I can’t actually put a finger on what it is
Film grain. It gives the image texture and digital makes everything look very smooth.
As someone who lives near where the outdoor scenes were shot this movie always makes me feel comfy and “at home”.