The Academy of Arts and Sciences adds Alita: Battle Angel’s Weta Digital artists as members

Congratulations to Nick Marc Epstein, Luca Fascione, and Mike Anthony Perry on being selected to be among 48 new members of @TheAcademy‘s Visual Effects branch. https://awn.com/news/academy-invites-819-new-members…

Nick, Luca, and Mike accomplished groundbreaking work on Alita: Battle Angel.

Hear the Weta artists explain why Alita was such an amazing accomplishment in the video below:

Published by The #AlitaArmy

We are a community of Alita: Battle Angel fans who are dedicated to supporting Alita and Rosa Salazar POSITIVELY. If you want to help Alita get a sequel, the best way to do it is to be vocal, be active, and be positive. Being respectful to other fans and fan bases while using the "#AlitaArmy" hashtag will do #AlitaBattleAngel a lot of good. Alita needs us. We are all she's had for support.

One thought on “The Academy of Arts and Sciences adds Alita: Battle Angel’s Weta Digital artists as members

  1. When Charlie Chaplin released ‘The Great Dictator’ in 1940 the initial reception was: “This was a trite movie, This wasn’t ART.” It was only after a while people perceived it positively. Funny, back then the audience first wasn’t capable of recognizing a masterpiece.
    Funny, only after a while critics changed their mind and tune on ABA, and some awards came in.
    Congrats to Nick, Luca, and Mike!!!

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