These two were both excellent films, and the competition in those categories was fierce.
I was on LinkedIn earlier this week and saw someone post an amazing compilation of the history of best VFX winners.
Here’s the link:
This was such a joy to watch and see the evolution of groundbreaking special/visual effects. It’s so awe inspiring to see the development through the ages. What once was near impossible to do one year then becomes a standard hollywood effect soon afterwards. The best of all is when the effects are applied to further the story of the movie, and so many of these do just that.
Congratulations to all the winners past, present, and future!