Watch: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ in Minecraft Skins!
Marvel’s previous MCU line up, “Captain America: Civil War” was a big success. The studio made a whooping 1.132$ billion at Box office was also added to the list of highest grossing superhero movies of all-time.Advertisement
Marvel fans were initially excited about the release of “Captain America: Civil War.” However, it was its well crafted teaser trailers and TV spot that convinced audience throughout the world to experience the movie.
Earlier on Thursday, we came across a fan made video of “Captain America: Civil War” on Youtube. The footage was remade in “Minecraft animation” with inspiration from the Original “Big Game Spot” released by Marvel Studios for the movie.
All characters from the movie are designed with Minecraft skin and minecraft environment. The footage has also been edited exactly the same way as the spot,
The animation was created using Blender according to the video description. For technical users, the designer also used VMComix Steve Rig. For originality, the user has used the same “music and sound” from the movie itself.
As of now the video still hasn’t gone viral yet. However, judging the aesthetics of the footage, it soon will.
The youtuber has also made a side-by-side comparison of the video. You can find both footages below.
“Captain America: Civil War” was released on May 6th, 2016 by Marvel Studios. Currently fans are expecting MCU’s upcoming title, Doctor Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Mads Mikkelsen and Rachel McAdams.
In other news, a film critic has alleged that Doctor Strange movie is “breathtaking”. You can check out more details on the early review here. Furthermore, a credible source has also revealed new details on Captain Marvel movie. The report has share information on the director for the movie and schedule dates of the production.
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