Venom 2: 10 Quick Things We Know About Let There Be Carnage

by Jeremy Spirogis
Venom 2: 10 Quick Things We Know About Let There Be Carnage

It Was Shot By Oscar-Winning Cinematographer Robert Richardson

The unique Venom had the advantage of having Oscar-nominated cinematographer Matthew Libatique (Black Swan, A Star Is Born) readily available to shoot the film. While he wasn’t in a position to return for the sequel, the manufacturing wasn’t hurting within the visible division. Director Andy Serkis employed acclaimed cinematographer Robert Richardson to handle the digicam this time round. The three-time Oscar-winning D.P. is behind many acclaimed titles, together with (however not restricted to), Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, JFK, The Aviator, Inglorious Basterds, Hugo, Django Unchained, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2, Wall Street, The Hateful Eight and, most not too long ago, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Richardson additionally shot Serkis’ directorial debut, Breathe, and he agreed to work on the filmmaker’s newest directorial characteristic. With such a prestigious cinematographer readily available, Venom 2 ought to hopefully look nice.

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