Batman v Superman VFX breakdown reveals insane use of green screen

Zack Snyder has trouble with his RGB spectrum, as seen in the VFX breakdown of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice not doing so well at the box office, and rumors of Warner Bros. not being happy with its performance, we're now looking at the VFX breakdown of one of the biggest movies of the year.

There's copious amounts of green screen used, and I'm sure you're not surprised by that. Zack Snyder said during a recent interview with Empire that it was great to have Batman in the movie, as he got to use more practical effects - compared to all of the digital work with Superman.

He said: "It has been really fun using Batman as the answer to Superman, because he's not flying around and acting crazy. He's just driving around in his Batmobile, doing his Batstuff. We were able to do a lot of this practically. Batman brings that back. Figuring out how to mix Batman's practical approach with Superman has been an awesome experience".

Batman v Superman VFX breakdown reveals insane use of green screen |

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