Thor: Ragnarok 2017 is the upcoming film in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and Hulk’s bed located in the capital city of Sakaar, currently features in ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’.
Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk, his former ally and fellow Avenger. Filmed from July to October 2016 in Queensland and Sydney, with the film having exclusive use of Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast, this is a rare opportunity to see the skull bed before its movie release this October.
Hulk’s bed was made by Marvel Studio’s sculpture department on the Gold Coast, led by Chris McMahon (Head of Sculpture) together with Dan Aird (2Ic Sculptor), sculptors Amelia Batchelor, Anke Nickel, Michael Taylor, Peter Rudd, Stuart Bowmon, Chris Geissman and Domenico Intelisano. The surface finish was completed by Marvel Studio’s scenic department, led by Chris Williams (Head of Scenic), Mark Kennedy (2Ic Scenic Artist), Kane Low (Scenic Forman), Kylie Simmers (Painter) and Nicola Geldenhuis (Brush Hand).
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Go behind the scenes to experience more than 500 unique objects seen in your favourite films which offer a glimpse into the work of production designers, storyboarding and pre‑visualisation artists, costume and prop designers, and visual effects artists alongside the original comic books which introduced the characters and influenced the films.
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Only showing at GOMA in Brisbane until 3 September 2017. Organised by QAGOMA in collaboration with Marvel Entertainment / © 2017 Marvel