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Sicario 2: Why Emily Blunt Didn't Return For Day Of The Soldado and Roger Deakins and Josh Brolin Discuss Why Villeneuve’s ‘Sicario’ Is Superior to ‘Soldado’

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Gore Verbinski and Roger Deakins Are Working on Two New Animated Movies

Gore Verbinski and legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins worked together on the animated film Rango, and now it looks like the two are reuniting for not one but two new animated features. Verbinski revealed the news himself, although he also remained a little tight-lipped about what we can expect. We know two things for sure: neither animated feature will be a Western, like Rango, but one of them is a musical.
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Exclusive: Gore Verbinski Is Working on Two New Animated Movies With Roger Deakins

Fans of Rango take heart – filmmaker Gore Verbinski is currently in development on not one but two new animated features, and he’s got a familiar (and brilliant) collaborator in tow. The The Ring director made the leap to blockbuster filmmaking with 2003’s smash hit Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and after the complicated and grueling process of filming the next two Pirates sequels back-to-back (also to great success), Verbinski took a bit of a left turn and decided to make an animated feature as his follow-up film. The result was an Oscar-winning new classic.
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Watch Greig Fraser and Roger Deakins Talk the Future of Cinematography

How much influence will virtual production have over live-action?. There’s been a lot of exciting and innovative technological advances in virtual production and cinematography recently, especially the innovations developed by Industrial Light & Magic and Epic Games for The Mandalorian. This StageCraft or the “Volume,” as they call it, allows...
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Lessons on realism from cinematographer Roger Deakins

Legendary English cinematographer Roger Deakins is best known for his gripping work on films like “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Fargo,” “A Beautiful Mind,” “Skyfall,” “Sicario,” “Blade Runner 2049” and “1917.”. The last two are particularly noteworthy for earning him the Academy Awards. So, when landscape photographer Todd Dominey came across some...
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Oscar Winning Cinematographer Roger Deakins Knighted for 2021 New Year Honors

On the day before New Year's Eve, the UK Government has announced their list of "New Year Honors" for 2021 including new Knighthoods by the Queen. Film fans will be delighted to learn that none other than two-time Academy Award winner Roger Deakins has been granted the title of Knight Bachelor, CBE, "For services to film." He joins the likes of Richard Attenborough, Sam Mendes, and Steve McQueen as figures who famously worked behind the camera in feature films to receive a Knighthood. Deakins was previously appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire back in 2013 where he was the first cinematographer to receive the honor.
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Legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins knighted in the last days of 2020

Someone's starting off the New Year right. Roger Deakins, the legendary cinematographer who famously went winless at the Academy Awards for more than two decades before finally picking up two Oscar statues in the last few years, was officially knighted as part of Queen Elizabeth II's New Year Honors in the last days of 2020.
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New Year Honours 2021: Cinematographer Roger Deakins knighted

Cinematographer Roger Deakins has been knighted for services to film in the New Year Honours. The 71-year-old, from Devon, counts A Beautiful Mind, Fargo, The Shawshank Redemption, Skyfall, Blade Runner 2049 and 1917 among his best-known features, the last two winning him Oscars. He modestly said, after his first Oscar...
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Lesley Manville, Roger Deakins, Toby Jones Named on U.K's New Year Honours List

Deakins, who picked up his second Oscar from 15 nominations earlier this year for '1917,' is set to be knighted. Lesley Manville is among those being awarded in the British New Year Honours scheme, which this year will recognize 1,239 individuals for their "extraordinary contributions" to the U.K. The actress...