Industrial Light & Magic takes readers behind the scenes for a rare look, in pictures and interviews, at the making of Solo: A Star Wars Story, here’s a first look at the inner pages.
This is my favourite, would have loved to see Han ride this creature.
Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story is an eyewitness account of the film’s production from visual effects supervisor and coproducer Rob Bredow. The book gives readers an intimate glimpse into the journey that Solo took from pre-production, production, and post-production, fully documenting how this film came to the big screen.
Making Solo gives a chronological overview of how this multiple-Academy-Award-winning visual effects company created new worlds, aliens, droids, and vehicles for a galaxy far, far away, including insights into how the train heist on Vandor, L3-37, the Kessel Run, and the reimagined Millennium Falcon were brought to life. A must-have for Star Wars fans, this authorized, all-access book will be an indispensable work for all movie fans and devotees of popular culture.
For a Star Wars UK Competition, artist and poster designer Matt Ferguson has crafted these simply awesome Solo: A Star Wars Story art prints, they are asking fans to share photos of the space they have reserved for their Blu-ray copy of the film. High resolution images of the art prints (click each one for a larger view) are included beneath from the embedded Twitter post.
Animation World Network spoke with Rob Bredow, the newly appointed senior vice president, executive creative director and head of ILM, who was overall visual effects supervisor and co-producer for SOLO: A Star Wars Story. More than 1,200 artists in ILM’s four studios created over 1,800 shots. Because production was set up at Pinewood Studios, Bredow worked mainly out of ILM’s London studio, he also released some CGI Development images.
Lucasfilm Film concept artist Aaron McBride has revealed a great deleted scene from Solo: A Star Wars Story showing Han and Chewie going into Battle together on Mimban and Han getting shot, and the mighty Chewbacca rescues him from the battlefield.