I'm trying to not sound too bitter, but it's tough sometimes
From the Conan Movie Blog
Apparently some Indian firm, Reliance VFX, who was awarded one sequence has decided to take credit for the entire film's vfx. In the Indian Express Web site, a lengthy article was posted interviewing the local artists who worked on the film. Unfortunately they completely misrepresent themselves as to their contribution to the film.
A few quotes "To be released in August this year, the film will see an Indian firm handling the entire visual effects (VFX) and 3D rendering of a major Hollywood production." I'll chalk that up to trying to impress the local population. They go on to say that they did 133 shots (true), but neglect to mention how many total shots there are in the film. (1299)
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