“Creed III” recently opened in theaters to the franchise’s best box office opening and is continuing the “Creed” franchise in new and unexpected ways. One of those fresh approaches was through the film’s cinematography. Michael B. Jordan, in his directorial debut, brought on “Creed II” director of photography Kramer Morgenthau to execute his vision for the third and most ambitious film in the franchise yet. That ambition came from the decision to shoot the boxing scenes using IMAX cameras, a first for any sports film, and depict the action in a style that resembled anime. Kramer was kind enough to spend some time talking with us about his work on the film, which you can listen to down below. Thank you, and enjoy!
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