You don't have to animate his head or even whole body. Superman isn't in a full body suit, either.Spider-Man has the benefit of being in a full body suit, though - with Wolverine you'd have to digitally replicate Hugh Jackman. We saw from Rogue One just recently that even with millions of dollars and the best in the business at your disposal results are iffy at best. You might more easily get away with it with quick-cut action scenes, but it's still going to be a lot more expensive then stringing up a wire rig. And I think they would have been keen to keep the budget down on this one, given the R-rating.
You don't have to animate his head or even whole body. Superman isn't in a full body suit, either.
If budget is the problem, don't do wide, well lit profile shots of slow motion jumps.
That's encouraging. Now all they have to do is not ruin the character in the film (like they did with Deadpool in Wolverine Origins).
|Thoughts on Logan's Run.
|General Film Discussion
|Logan Lucky - George R R Martin
|George R R Martin
|(Part found) Looking for a short story with the slogan "Git's Got Guts" in an old anthology
|George Clayton Johnson (Logan's run co-author)