Think about a pill that can provide super-powers to anyone for 5 minutes. A growth in super-powered crime. A former soldier dedicated to halting the menace at its source. A cop who is prepared to mould the rules in the name of law and order. A teenage gambler hooked up in the whole grub. And some of the most dazzling visual effects and action scenes in superhero movie antiquity.
Place them all collectively, and the result comes out as Project Power. It is a unique, unusual sci-fi movie that extends a green and innovative turn on the more tried-and-true superhero custom. Just like the phenomenal pharmaceutical at its core, Project Power is wrapped in mystery.
Project Power stars two characters with loads of previous blockbuster background. It’s based on one of the most passionate scripts in Hollywood, and it isn’t like any other superhero movie you’ve ever seen.
Power Project: What Is Storyline of The Movie?
Power Project revolves around a new pill called Power that has started swamping the streets of New Orleans. The pill is capable of granting super-powers to anyone who consumes it.
There’s just one drawback — alright, two drawbacks. For one, while the chemically caused abilities are great, they only serve for five minutes. For another, the powers the pill offers are different for the person consuming it. Yeah, someone may get invisibility or super-speed. Or might also blow up and die. So, it’s a risk.
Power Project: Who All will Star In The Movie?
Jamie Foxx acts as Art (a vigilante with a secret connection to the pill’s sources), but that’s just the peak of the growler.
The movie also features Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a New Orleans police officer who uses Project Power’s trademark pill secretively.
Dominique Fishback arrives in Project Power as Robin (a high school student who also occurs to come out as Frank’s dealer).
The whole cast includes legendary Hollywood experts. There is Rodrigo Santoro as Biggie (a man who trades Power for the dark organization following the pill’s origin). Courtney B. Vance arrives as Captain Crane (Frank’s bored with life boss). Amy Landecker, as a scientist with connections to the company behind the Power pill.
Power Project: The Ravishing Sequences And The Hardwork Of The CGI Team…
The team started by designing the pill, including the drug’s responsive eye effect. It is a fundamental sign that the character ceased to the pill’s super-powers. Framestore’s vis dev team reconstructed the human eye with its complex iris strands and blood vessels. This happened using fluid dynamics and masses and airdropped it to avoid the usual VFX pipeline.
“The dare was to create it to look like it’s icing in a way that isn’t petrifying. It was enormously complex and looks marvellous,” smiles Twyford. During the complete process, vis dev had a pivotal role in building the look and the actions the characters would go by.
From the original concept of the sequence to the last repetitions with the character completely frosted. Vis dev had to stop by numerous looks that travelled from authentic and grisly to a death that was still grisly but notably more ‘beautiful’ for Frozen Girl. And more dependent on both the ice FX and the actor’s execution. “It was unbelievable to see the collaborative process. The departments pushed each other in order to accomplish an astonishing final look.”