By Will Mavity
It’s been over twenty years since the original “Matrix” won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects at the 1999 Academy Awards. While the two sequels, “Reloaded” and “Revolutions,” did not go on to receive nominations, “The Matrix Resurrections” finds itself shortlisted for Best Visual Effects once again. Recently nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Visual Effects and receiving two nominations from the Visual Effects Society, enough time may have passed for voters to want to return to Lana Wachowski’s world. DNEG visual effects supervisor Huw J Evans was kind enough to talk with us about the work he and his team completed for the film, which you can listen to down below. Enjoy!
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