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CINEFEX 158


Marvel Studios: A 10-Year Celebration

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Black Panther
Afrofuture
Article by Graham Edwards

Director Ryan Coogler transports audiences to the hidden kingdom of Wakanda as its new king, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman), takes the throne. Production designer Hannah Beachler conjures an exotic African world, brought to life by visual effects supervisor Geoffrey Baumann and team.

Stan Lee Tribute
Stan's Soapbox
By Joe Fordham

A defining moment in the Marvel Comics experience was flipping through the pages to find "Stan's Soapbox," a yellow box crammed with the opinions, arguments and advice of Marvel Comic publisher, the inimitable Stan Lee. Don't miss this moving tribute to one of Marvel's true superheroes, whose singular voice helped launch a universe

Marvel Studios Art Department
Keepers of the Flame
Article by Joe Fordham

The unsung heroes of Marvel Studios' films are the brilliant artists found within its in-house art department. Cinefex interviews these artists for a story on how the inspirational 'buck' starts there — accompanied by gorgeous concept art hand-picked by the Visual Development team at Marvel.

VFX Roundtable Discussion
The Marvel Effect
Article by Graham Edwards

Cinefex surveyed many of the visual effects artisans who have contributed to Marvel Studios' films over the years — and got some surprising answers. In this issue, we offer a virtual roundtable discussion between some of the most important Marvel VFX contributors of the past decade.

Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Big Bang
Article by Jody Duncan

Marvel Studios has launched 18 block-busting, game-changing, superheroic films into the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2008. In this visual effects summary, we note the creative and technological highlights of each of those 18 films, all the way from Iron Man through Black Panther.

Q&A
Victoria Alonso
Interview by Jody Duncan

Cinefex editor-in-chief Jody Duncan conducts this extensive interview with Marvel Studios executive producer and head of physical production Victoria Alonso. Together they delve into the origins of the studio, the hits and misses along the way, and its long-term goals.