Bangladesh’s Wahid Ibn Reza working on “Spider-Man: No Way Home”
Wahid Ibn Reza, who has made a name for himself in Hollywood by working in several superhero films as a production manager, is now working on Marvel Studios' much-anticipated film, "Spider-Man: No Way Home." He is currently based in Canada, and working as a digital production manager at Digital Domain Holdings.
Wahid shared on his Facebook profile that he has always wanted to work on Spider-Man, and he got a taste of it when he worked on the pre-school series, "Spidey and his Amazing Friends". Now, he is excited to work on the upcoming movie.
He was associated with "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" as a project coordinator. Furthermore, he worked on Marvel Studios' "Captain America: Civil War (2016)" and "Doctor Strange (2016)" during his tenure in the Method VFX Studios. Wahid worked with the visual effects teams of "Furious 7" (2015), "Fifty Shades of Grey" (2015), "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" (2014) HBO's "Game of Thrones", and "Angry Birds 2" (2019), among other projects. In 2017, "Doctor Strange" was nominated for the Academy Awards for Best VFX, which made him a part of an Oscar nominated team.
"Surviving 71", a 2D animated short film about the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh written and directed by Wahid, revolves around three captured freedom fighters who reminisce about what brought them to the war as they prepare to face their ultimate demise, getting shot in the back and thrown out of a moving train. The voice cast of the film includes Jaya Ahsan, Meher Afroz Shaon, Tanzir Tuhin, Gousul Alam Shawon, Anik Khan, Samir Ahsan and Wahid himself.