Entertainment

‘Gemini Man’: Director Speaks On How Will Smith Was De-Aged

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr
Filmmaker, Ang Lee
Filmmaker,

Ang Lee, director of Gemini Man, an upcoming American science fiction action movie, has shed more light on the challenges he encountered in making the movie, and how he was able to achieve the daunting task of making look far younger than his actual age.

Lee said the movie gave him a chance to experiment with high frame rates and 3D filmmaking, disclosing that he believes that the higher frame rate of between 60 frames per second to 120 frames per second creates a more immersive experience.

The filmmaker revealed that making Will Smith younger required an enormous technological investment as the actor, who is in his fifth decade, had to also convincingly appear as a 20-something version of himself.

ALSO SEE 

El-Zakzaky: US Gives Buhari 45 Days To Release Political Prisoner

Actor, Will Smith
Actor, Will Smith
De-aged Smith in Gemini Man movie
De-aged Smith in Gemini Man movie

To de-age Smith, Lee said the visual effects team drew on photos of the actor, as well as his work in earlier movies like Bad Boys, and Six Degrees of Separation.

Lee also mentioned that he was committed to working with higher frame rates and in 3D as he believes it is the future of filmmaking.

Gemini Man stars Will Smith as an aging assassin who becomes the target of a younger clone of himself. It will be theatrically released in the on October 11, 2019, by Pictures.

Ang Lee is a Taiwanese film director and screenwriter. He was educated in the United States, and his filmmaking career has brought him international, critical, and popular acclaim, with a lot of accolades.

ALSO SEE  August Alsina Confirms Relationship With Jada Pinkett, Says Will Smith Was Aware

His films include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000), Hulk (2003), and Life of Pi (2012).

Sydney Elike
Follow me
ALSO SEE  Jada Pinkett Smith: Why I Chose To Reveal My Intimacy With Will Smith's Wife – August Alsina

More from talkGlitz.tv

Advertisements