Adam Savage reveals how Ghost in the Shell's robot skeleton was created

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Apr 27, 2017, 11:40 AM EDT (Updated)

Adam Savage's online geek lab, Tested, has given us some revealing peeks behind the phenomenal special effects in the upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell feature, including an in-depth introduction to the film's scary robot geishas and ScarJo's thermoptic suit.  

Now the nerdy tech wizard returns to Weta Workshop in Wellington, New Zealand and inspects Scarlett Johansson's intricate robotic skeleton briefly seen in the trailers. This unique, 3D-printed, laser-cut endoskeleton was carefully crafted by the Weta staff headed up by Jared Haley and is comprised of several hundred individual pieces.

Have a look at this exquisite one-off prop for Ghost in the Shell and admire its complex experimentation process while marveling at the hundreds of hours of creativiy and design.  Directed by Snow White and the Huntsman's Rupert Sanders, Ghost in the Shell appears in theaters March 31st.

(Via Geek Tyrant)