AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Steve Rogers/Captain America [Chris Evans], Vision [Paul Bettany], Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow [Scarlett Johansson] arrive at the new Avengers headquarters...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Set Decorator Leslie Pope SDSA explains...
    “We created a new Avengers Compound Headquarters, dressed as a multidisciplinary laboratory to reflect the diverse interests and skill set of Tony Stark.”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    “Based on Tony Stark’s concepts, which translates into very cool, and techie with taste...
    Hydroponics lab is in the background.
    We fabricated much of the furniture, machinery and equipment from scratch...”


    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Rhodey/Colonel James Rhodes/War Machine [Don Cheadle], welcomes Steve [Chris Evans] and Natasha [Scarlett Johansson], glad to join forces with them again, after they’ve been ‘rogue’ for a couple of years...

    Photo by Chuck Zlotnick ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Hydroponics lab...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Clean room...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Atrium...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Atrium...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Work area and lounge...
    Note the propeller and turntable on the right...homage to Tony Stark’s father...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Work area and lounge...
    The fractal-like wooden globe, symbolism abounds...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Avengers compound…

    Lounge, much of it custom...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    Residence and sanctuary for Doctor Strange and his assistant Wong, another Master of the Mystic Arts...

    The Sanctum consistently has a circular window called the Window of the Worlds, with four swooping lines, the Seal of Vishanti, which protects the Sanctum from supernatural invaders...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    Having crash-landed at the Sanctum, Bruce Banner/The Hulk barely has time to tell the others ...Wong, Doctor Strange and Tony Stark/Ironman... of the evil Thanos's plan to kill half of all life in the universe, when his henchmen arrive...


    Benedict Wong, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr.
    Photo by Chuck Zlotnick ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    “The physical set from the DOCTOR STRANGE film was shipped to Georgia from London and rebuilt, reconfigured, repainted,”
    Pope points out.
    “However, aside from a pair of console tables and a pair of sofas that had each been built to match the curve of the sets walls, we decorated from scratch.
    My favorite set!”


    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Doctor Strange was enthralled,
    “It’s 4-stories high...
    Beautiful, massive staircase, all this ornate sort of shift of furnishings from the centuries...
    You stand in it and actually have the experience of a real environment where they can swing the camera 360 degrees!”


    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    Pope explains...
    “Our idea is that this story takes place 3-4 years after the DOCTOR STRANGE film has occurred, and during that time, he has voraciously consumed information and knowledge of myriad subjects and has traveled extensively in this and other worlds...”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    “...His Sanctum Santorum reflects this with a plethora of rare volumes, ephemera, artworks and objects ranging from tribal to fanciful to sublime...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    “...We brought in furnishings and artwork from Europe and Asia, New York, Georgia and California...”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    An aspect of the 360 degrees Cumberbatch referenced...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Sanctum Sanctorum…

    The door opens onto Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village, New York...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Greenwich Village, New York…

    Pope relates,
    “We transformed a three-block segment of a downtown Atlanta street into ‘Greenwich Village’ with the requisite newsstands, bodegas, shoe repair, psychic, record store, bakery, etc...”

    Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark/Iron Man

    Mark Ruffalo, Benedict Wong, Benedict Cumberbatch,
    FilmFrame ©Marvel Studios 2018.




  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Greenwich Village, New York…

    Pope relates,
    “In our story, Thanos is after the Time Stone which is under the protection of Doctor Strange...”

    Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr, Mark


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Greenwich Village, New York…

    “...Window dressing, awnings and street furniture were installed and then made to look damaged and destroyed for the battle...”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Greenwich Village, New York…

    Iron Man takes a stand with Doctor Strange to protect the Time Stone...

    Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr
    FilmFrame ©Marvel Studios 2018.




  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Greenwich Village, New York…

    Having arrived in the alien Q-ship, Maw and his henchman Obsidian are determined to retrieve the Time Stone...

    Note the car, signs and awnings from a previous photo...

    FilmFrame ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar, interstellar spaceship, M-class…

    Meanwhile, in another part of the galaxy, Star-Lord/Peter Quill [Chris Pratt] has named his newest ship after yet another ‘80s pop icon. Joining him in the cockpit here are the empath Mantis [Pom Klementieff] and the ever-regenerating Groot [voiced by Vin Diesel]

    FilmFrame ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    Pope informs,
    “The galley and wings were reused from the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY films 1 and 2. However, they were completely redressed and upholstered, new seats and furnishings constructed and installed.
    The cockpit was a total rebuild...”

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    Cockpit/flight deck reverse shot...

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    “Set Dec installed/appliquéd hundreds of pieces to floors, walls, ceilings and seats. We acquired ejector seats from US and European sources, installed working hydroponics units, quilted miles of leather for upholstery panels, engine baffles, etc...”

    For more details, see article below!

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    Leather-upholstered walls and lighted table are just some of the set dec details!

    L to R: Star-Lord/Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), Mantis (Pom Klementieff), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel) and Drax (Dave Bautista).
    Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    The table as instant infirmary!

    L to R: Drax (Dave Bautista), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Star-Lord/Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), on table: Thor (Chris Hemsworth).
    Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    Escape pod...
    Yes, many of the sets were fully created, not just CG!
    See below for amazing details!

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Benatar…

    The galley, looking toward mining pod/escape pod...

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Mining pod, Benatar escape pod…

    “An escape pod of the Benatar, this tiny sphere is FILLED with tanks and handles and levers and upholstery and gizmos. Thor, Groot and Rocket head to Nidavellir in search of new weaponry for Thor...”

    Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel)
    Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Mining pod, Benatar escape pod…

    Before the seats and other elements have been added.
    You can see the actual workshop area of the stage through the window in the background...

    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Nidavellir…

    “The dying star which fuels the huge forge is home to Eitri [Peter Dinklage] and the Dwarves (who are giants, imagine that), makers of Asgardian weapons.
    We found real forge parts in Alabama and brought the VERY heavy pieces to Georgia. The stage platform had to be reinforced in order to accommodate them!”


    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Nidavellir…

    “I had several implements, tables, stools, wheels and pipes designed and fabricated in different scales to accommodate the needs of the actors, as Eitri was supposed to tower over Thor....”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Nidavellir…

    Thor re-activates the forge...

    Chris Hemsworth. Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Knowhere…

    “This is an enormous loading dock that houses the caged specimens gathered from around the galaxy by Tivan, The Collector [Benicio del Toro] on the planet Knowhere.
    As established in the first of the GUARDIANS series, this area is very industrial, each cage bulky and forbidding, bristling with levers, knobs, tubing of unknown function.
    Our Construction Department built an enormous three-walled set, elevated on a grated steel deck...”


    Photo by C. Howes ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Knowhere, corner detail…

    “...Under that steel deck, the Set Dressers installed miles of cables, conduit, pipes, hose and hundreds of small practical lights and continued the same up the walls, in increasing size....”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Knowhere…

    “We sourced real machine parts from Los Angeles, Atlanta and points in between and I feel as if we purchased every aviation, nautical and automotive light fixture in the US.”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.




  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Ark…

    “This ship features in the film THOR: RAGNAROK, but in our version, it is seen after a great fiery battle has taken place and the interior of the vessel is charred and destroyed.”

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.


  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    The Ark…

    The scale is simply immense...

    Image ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Wakanda…

    Black Panther/T'Challa [Chadwick Boseman] and his head of security Okoye [Danai Gurira] greet arrivals...

    Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Don Cheadle, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Mackie
    FilmFrame ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Wakanda lab…

    Behind T'Challa [Chadwick Boseman] and his friend Steve [Chris Evans], on a higher level, is Shuri’s additional specialized lab with a more sterile environment where she can perform delicate surgeries, created especially for this film...

    Photo by Chuck Zlotnick ©Marvel Studios 2018.



  • set decorator
    Leslie Pope SDSA

    production designer
    Charles Wood

    Marvel Studios


    Wakanda lab…

    In soft focus in the background on the right is a significant sculpture.
    Pope recalls,
    “To ground us in Wakanda, we researched Crest Masks (known as Ci-Wara) from the Segou region of Mali, designed, cleared and fabricated two in large scale with pedestals and they appear prominently in these scenes...”

    Photo by Chuck Zlotnick ©Marvel Studios 2018.



Working alongside Marvel Studios, we endeavor to not reveal any surprises/spoilers, yet take you deep into the behind-the-scenes of AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Set Decorator Leslie Pope SDSA gives us insight into the collaboration that went into the creation of this huge compendium of super heroes and their worlds, plus the film to follow...
Enjoy!
And shhhhhh!
--Karen Burg
    Editor
 
From Set Decorator Leslie Pope SDSA...

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR brings together storylines from not only the Avengers series but also GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, BLACK PANTHER, IRONMAN, ANTMAN, DOCTOR STRANGE, and more.* Some of the film takes place on Earth but the script ventures to fantastical space vessels, celestial forges, destroyed stars and alien paradises. Trying to stay faithful to the looks created in the other series was important to all of us – not to deliver a slavish re-creation of another film but to find that sweet spot where the emotional temperature of our version matches that of its predecessors.
 
Additionally, Charles Wood, Production Designer of both this and the upcoming film to be released in 2019, was insistent in grounding our sets in the physical world. Spaceships galore were built and decorated top to bottom. All of the Earth-bound sets were constructed or shot on location and many, many scenes scripted on other worlds were shot on beautifully built sets with a modicum of VFX help. 
 
The Art Department designs for most of the space vehicles were based on some aspect of current aviation. Accordingly, during prep, the airline graveyards in the San Fernando Valley, Mojave Desert, Arizona, Florida, Georgia and Texas were picked clean by me, my Assistant Set Decorator Claudia Bonfe, Buyers Courtney Cocherell, Charlotte Lee and Helen Kozora, and a small army of Set Dressers led by Leadman Russ Anderson. Machinery and equipment recyclers in California, Oregon, Washington, Georgia, Alabama, Florida and North and South Carolina knew us. Automotive and truck wreckers became our best friends. (One of them gave us fresh eggs from his farm every time we visited!) Pickers from New York State, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Delaware, Texas and all over the South helped us. We gathered a warehouse of equipment and machinery large and minute, from turbine engines to ejector seats to oxygen tanks to cockpits and avionics. These became building blocks for the many spaceships, of course, but when molded, painted, distressed and /or reconfigured were also used in many of the Other World environments.     
  
SPACESHIPS:
 
Q Ship...
Dr Strange is taken prisoner and tortured by Ebony Maw, who pilots this aptly named ring-shaped ship with giant levers that soar many feet in the air. The floor of the ship and the enormous levers were constructed and were covered in diverse parts sourced by my team, and molded to make multiples. Set Dressers spent weeks installing hundreds of objects.
 
The Ark...
This ship features in the film THOR: RAGNAROK, but in our version, it is seen after a great fiery battle has taken place and the interior of the vessel is charred and destroyed.
 
One item that played prominently was a machine that makes chicken nuggets which is a zany machine that looks vaguely like a giant steel octopus and that our Production Designer loved. We scoured the country for more and were able to find a total of five.  
 

 
The Benatar...
This ship is a later generation of the Milano, Peter Quill’s ship from the first GUARDIANS film. The galley and wings were reused from films one and two but the cockpit was a total rebuild and the galley/wings were completely redressed and upholstered, new seats and furnishings constructed and installed. Set Dec installed/appliquéd hundreds of pieces to floors, walls, ceilings and seats. We acquired ejector seats from US and European sources, installed working hydroponics units, quilted miles of leather for upholstery panels, engine baffles, etc, made seatbelts, added screens, visors, cargo bins and nets, armory racks, etc etc etc!
 
Mining Pod aka Escape Pod...
An escape pod of the Benatar, this tiny sphere is FILLED with tanks and handles and levers and upholstery and gizmos. Thor, Groot and Rocket head to Nidavellir in search of new weaponry for Thor, in seats made for us by our fantastic propshop, headed by SPFX Coordinator, Dan Sudick. The seat upholstery, seatbelts, wrapped handles and wall upholstery took weeks to acquire and install by our incomparable Drapery Department—Brad Curry, Drapemaster + Don Goodman, Drapery Gangboss and staff—and once again, the Set Dressers installed, installed, installed hoses, tanks, buttons, hooks, handles, belts, visors, screens ad infinitum. See photos above.
 
 
EARTH:
 
Greenwich Village Street Battle...
We transformed a three-block segment of a downtown Atlanta street into Greenwich Village with the requisite newsstands, bodegas, shoe repair, psychic, record store, bakery, etc. Window dressing, awnings and street furniture were installed and then made to look damaged and destroyed for the battle. 
 
The Sanctum Sanctorum Of Dr Strange...
The most fun, and my favorite set on Movie One! The physical set from the DR STRANGE film was shipped to Georgia from London and rebuilt, reconfigured, repainted. Aside from a pair of console tables and a pair of sofas that had each been built to match the curve of the sets walls, we decorated from scratch. 
 
Our idea is that this story takes place 3-4 years after DR STRANGE and during that time our character has voraciously consumed information and knowledge of myriad subjects and has traveled extensively in this and other worlds. His Sanctum Santorum reflects this with a plethora of rare volumes, ephemera, artworks and objects ranging from tribal to fanciful to sublime. We brought in furnishings and artwork from Europe, Asia, New York, Georgia, California.
 
The Avengers Compound...
Dressed as a multidisciplinary laboratory to reflect the diverse interests and skill set of Tony Stark, this large set included a clean room, an infirmary, a hydroponics lab, a lounge, kitchen, TV room and more. Redressed multiple times as other floors or areas of the same compound. The set stood for well over a year.
 
Wakanda Lab...
Shuri’s Lab in BLACK PANTHER is located in the heart of the mountain that contains the source of the Wakandan energy and technology, the Vibranium mine. Our Art Department reused this set with its central column and high windows viewing the interior of the mine. However, in our story, this is a lab several floors above Shuri’s and is a more sterile environment, more appropriate for the delicate neural bypass operation that Shuri is attempting with Vision. The walls and floors became metal in our lab, new practical light sources were installed—thanks to Artemide for gathering the amount we needed from showrooms around the country and shipping them to us pronto—and specific stylized surgical carts and equipment were dressed onto the set. To ground us in Wakanda, we researched Crest Masks (known as Ci-Wara) from the Segou region of Mali, designed, cleared and fabricated two in large scale (with pedestals) and they appear prominently in the scenes here.   
 
OTHER WORLDS
Knowhere...
An enormous loading dock on Knowhere, the planet made from the severed head of a Colossus, that houses the caged specimens gathered from around the galaxy by Tivan, The Collector [Benicio del Toro]. As established in the first of the GUARDIANS series, The Collector’s area is very industrial, each cage bulky and forbidding, bristling with levers, knobs, tubing of unknown function. Our Construction Department built an enormous three-walled set, elevated on a grated steel deck, under which the Set Dressers installed miles of cables, conduit, pipes, hose and hundreds of small practical lights and continued the same up the walls, in increasing size. We sourced real machine parts from Los Angeles, Atlanta and points in between and I feel as if we purchased every aviation, nautical and automotive light fixture in the US. New cages were built and populated with strange relics, outlandish fauna, etc.
 
Nidavellir...
This star forge is home to Eitri [Peter Dinklage] and the Dwarves (who are giants, imagine that), makers of Asgardian weapons. I had several implements, tables, stools, wheels and pipes designed and fabricated in several different scales to accommodate the needs of the actors, as Eitri was supposed to tower over Thor. We found real forge parts in Alabama and brought the VERY heavy pieces to Georgia. The stage platform had to be reinforced in order to accommodate them!
 
Titan 1 and Zehoberei are additional worlds we touched upon.
And there is yet more to come in next year’s film!


 
* [Editor’s note: Check Film Decor for our coverage of BLACK PANTHER, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOLUME 2, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING and IRONMAN!]

 



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