Kevin Feige, the producer of the upcoming Marvel movie Doctor Strange says, applying magic effects during the action sequences in the forthcoming movie Doctor Strange was very challenging.
The 43-year-old film producer, who also happens to be the President of 'Marvel Studios', said that the toughest challenge he overcame while shooting for the Benedict Cumberbatch movie, was generating the effects of magic during the action shots.
"The use of magic for action sequences was something that took a long time to figure out what road to take. We did not- and director Scott Derrickson was very smart- in not wanting it to simply be someone shoots a bolt of lightning," said Feige.
"There are interpretations of that. But we wanted to do something different, and we wanted to tap into this notion of the multiverse, of dimensions right next to our own," he added.
Feige says he and his team has successfully implemented the all needed magic effects in the form of "light blast" in the movie and he also ensures that it will be a unique experience for the viewers.
"We've seen light blast versus light blast before. Again, there's some of that in this movie for impact, and for dynamic attacks, but really this is about." Feige said in a statement.
"The sort of four main action scenes have been structured around which power from which dimensions are they going to be use to screw with our world now. So something that starts as a foot chase becomes totally unrecognisable," he added further.