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What is happening at Marvel? Why have so many people been charged? The crisis of the study is due to the toxicity in the work environment.
After 17 years at the movie studio, Marvel’s president of physics, post-production, visual effects and animation Victoria Alonso says goodbye to the MCU. For now, they have not revealed the exact reasons, but for a while there were very negative reports of how he interacted with those responsible for special effects. A fundamental part of movies and series, since fans are used to the best and lately they had lowered the level a lot.
So major changes are coming soon for Marvel, but let’s hope it’s for the better. Meanwhile, we can see all the installments already released on the Disney Plus streaming platform with this link.
Here we leave you some reactions on the progress of the executive.
MANY VFX sources have told me that Victoria Alonso was uniquely responsible for Marvel’s toxic work environment. She was a kingmaker who rewarded unquestioning loyalty with an avalanche of work, but who also kept fear-crazed-eyed FX professionals blacklisted. She held a tremendous amount of power, making all the creative decisions. important in Marvel movies and shows. Kevin Feige and Victoria Alonso personally approve each shot, all visual effects work, which is usually the work of a director or showrunner. A technician told me. The main one that everyone is quite afraid of is Victoria Alonso. Said another technician. If he likes you, you’re going to get a job and you’re going to move up in the industry. If you’ve angered her in any way, you’re going to freeze.
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In this news you can read some comments that were made months ago about his way of working.
This contradicts other reactions.
There are people who do not agree with the way they are qualifying Victoria Alonso, but it is clear that she did have her favorites, there will be people who will love her and others who will hate her.
This is absolutely the opposite of what I have heard from everyone who has worked with her. I’d call it a huge mischaracterization. They’ve done a lot of great reporting on the state of VFX work in Hollywood and particularly Marvel, and I know some anonymous sources have some very legitimate concerns, but this is absolutely not who Victoria is.
In addition, this Marvel board of directors has won many awards, the last one was a Recognition for his career and contribution to innovation in the audiovisual industry, delivered by the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts (INCAA). So it’s hard to know who is right, we just know that Victoria Alonso is no longer part of the UCM and a new stage in her professional life will begin.
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