How do you become a costume illustrator? How do you film Tom Cruise on the side of a plane? How do you create the Vader corridor sequence? How do you make Olivia Coleman look like a badger? How do you create an alien called Paul? How do you co-manage the creature/ droid department on the Star Wars trilogy? Why would you replace George Clooney’s eyes for your own in a blockbuster movie? What does a sock full of vegetables have to do with a xenomorph alien? You guessed it, all answers lie within this episode.
Starting as a background artist on Disney cartoons, Jason now heads the art department at Industrial Light and Magic. He talks to host Kevin Dawson about how he designed Two-Face‘s look for Dark Knight, watched Spielberg in action on the set of War Horse and worked on Harry Potter, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the new Star Wars movies. Also, how he became Daniel Radcliffe‘s almost naked CG double.
Star Wars: Episode IX, Rogue One, Solo, Blade Runner 2049, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Edge of Tomorrow, World War Z, Concept Artist Jon’s list of credits is mighty impressive, and he talks to host Kevin Dawson about his work on these and more. Hear the stories of how he was involved heavily in creating the zombie pile up the wall in World War Z, the exo-suit for Tom Cruise, how he nearly ruined Han Solo meeting Lando with a cup and how he and director Gareth Edwards sat and created THAT corridor scene in Rogue One.