How ‘Ghost In The Shell’ used futuristic technology to create its cyborgs

The INSIDER Summary: 

  • “Ghost in the Shell” is filled with incredibly cool robots. Many of the cyborgs were designed using 3D printing.
  • Much of the work was done at Weta Workshop in New Zealand. Weta was co-founded by director Peter Jackson, who put New Zealand on the cinematic map after filming all the “Lord of the Rings” movies there.
  • The movie mixes CGI with practical effects to create an incredibly convincing futuristic world. 
  • “Ghost in the Shell” is a live-action version of the incredibly popular Japanese Manga series. It stars Scarlett Johansson in the leading role.

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