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aslan wrote:I shall have a t-shirt printed with Skystalker for when I undertake my creepy observations!!
So ILM are really raiding Framestore for their crew. I guess the facility must be operating by now, would have thought there would be some updates like we had with Vancouver.
aslan wrote:Just been reading at vfxsoldier that all ILM studios are packed to the gills with personel and work. They are booming.
The friend of a friend of a friend guy that I never met also moved from Framestore apparently.
aslan wrote:Was about to post this. Good to see an official opening. Somewhat marred by the attendance of our glorious chancellor, that despiser of the poor and disabled, champion of the rich elite, mr George Osborne.
Interesting to see the press releases claiming that ILM London will service the British film industry aswell as working on the other ILM shows. Just what we were hoping for, it's own unique identity and workflow.
aslan wrote:I would like to see them on a Nolan film too, but again, why would he abandon his relationship with Dneg? He doesn't seem the sort.
aslan wrote:Of course Tyler, I forgot
It must be a sweet job at Dneg to work on a Nolan film. Just kick back and have cocktails.
Those poor practical guys have it tough though. They have to build entire cities and go to space !!
aslan wrote:I don't see ILM getting Bond. It's such a British institution with lots of little Englander mindset about it. They will always go with the British companies I feel.
I would like to see them on a Nolan film too, but again, why would he abandon his relationship with Dneg? He doesn't seem the sort.
aslan wrote:I wonder what the projects that Ben is waiting by the phone for will be?
Maybe Bond is a possibility?