The Night At the Museum series draws to a close with Secret of the Tomb, wherein Ben Stiller's Larry Daley spans the globe, uniting favourite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.

Led by MPC Vancouver VFX Supervisor Seth Maury and VFX Producer Laura Schultz, MPC’s team completed 250 shots for the comedy film.

Working closely with MPC’s Production VFX Supervisor Erik Nash, the work involved creating a variety of characters, digi-doubles, and environments.

The production shoot took place on stages at Mammoth Studios in British Columbia, as well as at locations in London including the Great Court at The British Museum. The stages served to recreate a number of other rooms at the British Museum, as well as all of the interiors for the Natural History Museum in New York.

In all of these images, the shot without VFX is shown above and the final shot is shown below. Read on to learn and see more of MPC's VFX work on Night At the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.

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