EXCLUSIVE: Malaysian artists worked on VFX shots in Star Wars franchise and Michael Bay's '6 Underground'


Director Michael Bay likes to mix practical shots with visual effect shots in his films like this scene in '6 Underground'. Photo: Netflix

With visual effects becoming an important element, especially in big budget films these days, it makes sense that filmmakers are looking at hiring visual effect (VFX) companies that not only offer high-calibre artists but also at a competitive price.

In the past decade or so, Hollywood producers have started outsourcing this work to VFX companies in Asia, mainly China and India, for those very reasons.

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