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'Deadpool' Visual Effects Show Impressive CGI Creation Of Entire City

An in-depth VFX breakdown reel from the company behind 'Deadpool's effects demonstrates just how much of the film was CGI.

The creations involved creating computer generated characters, vehicles, buildings, and an entire city for the opening car chase that kicked off the new franchise.

The sheer number of effects and quality of post-production is especially impressive considering 'Deadpool' was made on a $58 million budget. It has already earned over $730 million worldwide.

March 21, 2016 |

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