Source: Marvel Studios

Marvel’s Doctor Strange is set to open moviegoer minds to a whole new reality. While fans still have to wait four weeks to see this brand new side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the film has already made quite an impression on the voters for the Hollywood Film Awards.

Visual effects supervisor Stephane Ceretti and visual effects supervisor (Industrial Light & Magic) Richard Bluff will be honored with the Hollywood Visual Effects Award for their work on Doctor Strange. They will receive the award during a ceremony hosted by James Corden on November 6, just two days after their film hits theaters.

This is an awesome start to the awards season for Ceretti, who picked up several nominations, including one for an Academy Award, for his previous film, Guardians of the Galaxy. With an emphasis on creating action sequences unlike anything audiences have seen while expanding the idea of what’s possible in the MCU, Ceretti and Bluff should expect this Hollywood Film Award to be only the beginning.

Our congratulations to both Ceretti and Bluff, and if you would like to catch an early peek at their work on Doctor Strange, there are still some seats available for the IMAX 3D event on October 10.

Marvel’s Doctor Strange is in theaters November 4.