Published Dec 27, 2017Netflix's orc cop movie Bright was a complete disaster, not that it really matters — even though most people hated it, the streaming behemoth has already greenlit a sequel. Here's hoping they get the names right next time, as nearly 60 makeup artists claim they were left out of the film's end credits.
Contrary to what you might think, actor Joel Edgerton is not actually an orc. Instead, he was made to look that way by a crack team of makeup artists through the company studioADI.
The company has released a statement [via IndieWire] claiming that its entire crew was left out of the credits of the film. "We're having the necessary conversations about getting it rectified (it's streaming, right? seems like a do-able fix) but until we get a resolution, we thought we'd post the complete list of the incredible folks who worked on ADI's crew," the company wrote.
You can see the full list of missing ADI credits below.
Their makeup work is currently on the long-list for an Academy Award, and it would sure be great if we could refer to this orc cop movie as "the Oscar-winning film Bright."
Asst. Shop Supervisor:
Seaming/ Fabrication Supervisor:
Seaming/ Finishing Dept.:
Jon K. Miller
Jordan K. Morris
Baby Body Mold:
Vincent Van Dyke