Digitally De-Aged Michael Caine That Was Deleted From Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman

London-based visual effects company Jellyfish Pictures was tasked with digitally de-aging Michael Caine ("Batman Begins") for Matthew Vaughn's action-comedy Kingsman: The Secret Service, but the scene was deleted.

Jellyfish worked on visual effects for that digitally enhanced boardroom scene involving Colin Firth and Michale Caine and the final scene with henchwoman Gazelle. They also created visual effects for a scene that took place in 1975 that would have featured Michael Caine's Arthur/Chester King looking 40 years younger, but it was cute from the film.

Luckily, Jellyfish has released two screenshots from the deleted Kingsman scene, which you can view below.

IMAGES REMOVED BY REQUEST.

0comments

Kingsman: The Secret Service is currently playing at your local theater.