Alumni Credited on ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’

The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the highly anticipated sequel to Marvel Comics’ 2012 epic blockbuster The Avengers, premieres in U.S. theaters today. Overseas, the film opened with $201.2 million at the box office across 44 territories, and is expected to surpass its predecessor’s record-breaking $207.4 million U.S. debut.

In the film, the superhero alliance originally created in 1963 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby assemble to fight the villainous Ultron and his army of robot drones.

We’re proud to see that an array of Full Sail graduates worked behind the scenes during the film’s development, in roles ranging from security to stereo compositing.

Full Sail grads known to have worked on the film at the time of this posting include:

  • Cody Lassiter (Film; security marshal, asset production assistant)
  • Beauxregard Neylon (Recording Arts; ADR mixer)
  • Nathan Benner (Computer Animation; stereo compositor)
  • Marisa Chin (Computer Animation; stereo compositor)
  • Lyndsey Pendley (Computer Animation; stereoscopic paint artist)
  • Nathaniel Sims (Computer Animation; effects artist)
  • John Trotter (Computer Animation; stereo artist)
  • Patrick Redmond (Film; edge head technician)
  • Matthew E. Gill (Computer Animation; stereoscopic production coordinator)
  • Felix Jorge (Computer Animation; previs/postvis artist)
  • Nha Hoan Le (Computer Animation; tracker/matchmover)
  • Marvin Yanez (Computer Animation; stereoscopic roto lead)
  • Kiel Figgins (Computer Animation; character animator)
  • Leonardo Ledesma (Computer Animation; depth artist)
  • Ryan Greenwood (Computer Animation; stereo compositor)
  • Rusty Currier (Computer Animation; visual effects artist)



4 thoughts on “Alumni Credited on ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’

  1. Dome Nico says:

    It’s incredible how full sail is one of the best universities in the world.
    Every movie in Hollywood has a lot of full sail’s graduated.
    Film at full sail is one of the best degree programs in the world and is so famous. Im so happy because my university is the best

  2. disqus_ZmGW2syThD says:

    It’s amazing Full Sail graduates participate big Hollywood films.I watched this Movie and its was fantastic. And one day I want to participate this kind of film and big shows

  3. Kayla Alexander says:

    You are missing some full sail students. Is there anyone we need to contact about this?

  4. Daniel Heonsu Kim says:

    I saw the film 3 month ago. When I was watching the movie during that time, the only thing that I thought about was the story, feature, and heros. When I got enrolled to FullSail, I noticed that students from FullSail was involved in the film afterwards. I think it is unbelievable that FullSail students actually participated in the film. I personally think that students who are involved in film right now can help the students in the future and also could be a great experiences.

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