Although director JJ Abrams prefers to use classic techniques for achieving special effects in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” the great sci-fi movie still requires many modern computer effects to breathe life into some of the characters and recreate faithfully explosions and space battles.

In fact, the person responsible for the special effects in the film Roger Guillen revealed that approximately 2,100 of all 2,500 frames in the film include some form of CGI effects, which, in turn, easily explains why “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was nominated for “Oscar” and best visual effects.

This very interesting video from the masters of effects Industrial Light & Magic shows us how was made some of the most spectacular moments in the film, as well as communication between BB-8 and R2-D2.

The video shows how the original scenes are shot on a green background, then add CGI effects, creatures and characters to create an exciting combination of realistic-looking scenes.

Of course, as you might guess, the video shows moments from the film, so if you have not yet seen “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” must be careful.

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