In order to bring the third „Avengers“ movie to life, it took years of work from the cast and crew. On the movie’s special features, executive producer Victoria Alonso says there are about 3,000 shots in the movie. About 2,900 of those are visual effects shots.
INSIDER went through behind-the-scenes videos released by Marvel along with photos taken of the set to compare with final scenes from the finished movie.
While the film has a lot of CG effects, it’s not all blue and green screen. „Infinity War“ has more practical sets than you may have expected.
„Avengers: Infinity War“ brings together over two dozen characters from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The film includes multiple locations ranging from Wakanda, New York City, and different planets like Vormir and Titan.
While the film does a great job of immersing the audience in these foreign locations, most of them took place in one location.
A lot of the filming took place on stages in Fayetteville, Georgia. Pinewood Atlanta Studios served as the location for many of the sets you see in „Infinity War.“
While it looks like Doctor Strange, Tony Stark, Mark Ruffalo, and Wong were on the New York City streets at the film’s start, that wasn’t the case.
The group was outside for a lot of this scene, it just wasn’t in New York.
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