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Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
Blowing Up Baby
Article by Jody Duncan
When Disney was making Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, its own in-house effects facility lacked both the equipment and the personnel to take on the assignment. Three years later, Honey, I Blew Up the Kid would mark the reemergence of Buena Vista Visual Effects. Providing support were eleven other effects companies, including CIS-Hollywood and Sony High Definition in their feature film debuts.
Death Becomes Her
Life Neverlasting
Article by Kevin H. Martin
Among the effects challenges of Robert Zemeckis' black comedy, Death Becomes Her, were the unlikely depictions of Goldie Hawn as a two-hundred-fifty-pound blimp and Meryl Streep with a twisted-around head. The effects teams at Industrial Light & Magic and Amalgamated Dynamics Incorporated joined with makeup artists Dick Smith and Kevin Haney to realize the comically horrific tale.
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