Behind The Screen Story Of Rise Of The Legend


Rise of the Legend is a 2014 Hong Kong-Chinese kung-fu action film directed by Roy Chow and written by Christine To. A powerful martial arts master (Eddie Peng) returns to the town where his father was murdered to take on a ruthless crime boss (Sammo Hung). Rise of the legend was the Best Visual Effects Winner of 34th Hong Kong Film Award. As the film hailed a warrior background, the animation techniques were used in the most adamant manner to make story realistic and feel connected to the audience.  In its plotting and characterizations, you can’t get much more old-school than Rise of the Legend. That’s fine as long as all you want to see is how creatively bodies can be smashed. But martial-arts movies don’t have to be so simplistic and humorless.

The animation creator of this film received positive critics for their work across the globe. Other than this, this film received huge positive acclaim for the visual effect work that is done there. This film was projected with stunts and action sequences that had everything to do with special effects. You can learn the animation tactics by taking up vfx courses. There are plenty of vfx courses available in the city which will help you through the learning process of this skill.

Behind the screen of this film, tedious efforts were put by the post production team to put the entire film together by editing, putting shots and creating an overall picture perfect film. On 19 August 2013 it was announced that Edko Films, Irresistible Delta and BDI Films were teaming up for an upcoming action film based on life stories of the legendary martial arts master Wong Fei-hung.

The producers would be William Kong, Liu Erdong and Ivy Ho, while director Roy Chow would be directing on the script by Christine To. On 12 June 2014 it was announced that Universal Pictures International acquired all international rights to the film, including North America and Edko Films will distribute the film in Asia. It was also announced that the film was in post-production, which Universal would be co-producing along with Edko Films and Irresistible Films. The shooting of the film began on 20 August 2013 in China.

Character sketches were prepared in ongoing process and later the animation creator put the additional and required animated content giving the film a whole different outlook.


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