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Guardians of the Galaxy 2: Major Kurt Russell Special Effect Was Mostly Practical - SFGate

Guardians of the Galaxy 2: Major Kurt Russell Special Effect Was Mostly PracticalSFGate[Mild spoilers for the opening scene of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2] – The de-aged Kurt Russell from the start of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 only used CGI sparingly and was mostly practical. A particular trend in recent Marvel movies has been ...and more »

Hardly any CGI was used to de-age Kurt Russell in 'Guardians 2' - The Hollywood News (blog);

Hardly any CGI was used to de-age Kurt Russell in 'Guardians 2' - The Hollywood News (blog)

The Hollywood News (blog)Hardly any CGI was used to de-age Kurt Russell in 'Guardians 2'The Hollywood News (blog)Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 opens in UK cinemas this weekend, and it is getting some pretty decent reviews from critics (including us). Well, in the opening scenes of the film, we get to see a very young Kurt Russell – and that's not a spoiler as it ...and more »

Guardians 2 De-Aged Kurt Russell Is Mostly a Practical Effect - MovieWeb;

Guardians 2 De-Aged Kurt Russell Is Mostly a Practical Effect - MovieWeb

MovieWebGuardians 2 De-Aged Kurt Russell Is Mostly a Practical EffectMovieWebDisney is leading the charge when it comes to de-aging Hollywood legends. So far we've seen younger versions of Michael Douglas in Marvel's Ant-Man, Robert Downey Jr. in Captain America: Civil War, and Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia in Lucasfilm's ...and more »

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2's Kurt Russell didn't need CGI to look young - DigitalSpy.com;

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2's Kurt Russell didn't need CGI to look young - DigitalSpy.com

DigitalSpy.comGuardians of the Galaxy Vol 2's Kurt Russell didn't need CGI to look youngDigitalSpy.comWe're not going to spoil how or why, but Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2 gives us a look at a de-aged version of Kurt Russell, who plays Ego the Living Planet in the MCU sequel. We assumed that Marvel Studios was repeating the CGI trick it played on ...and more »