WARNING: This Article Contains SPOILERS!
As we’ve recently discovered, a lot of the things that normally would be CG’d in James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy was done with actual makeup and prosthetics. As Comicbook.com wrote today, “In a broadcast by Adam Kruger of Anchor.fm, we learned that Young Ego was created by 90% makeup work, and only 10% CGI work. That’s a far cry from other flashback moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (see: Michael Douglas in Ant-Man; Young Tony Stark in Captain: Civil War) which have clearly used extensive CGI work to achieve their de-aged effect.”
While Kurt Russell’s Ego might have been easy to work with – actor Chris Sullivan’s Taserface clearly was not. The (to put it nicely) hard to look at Taserface was the work of a team of make up artists over a period of hours….
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