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Papamichael, nominated for an Oscar for Nebraska by Alexander Payne, in a recent interview with Collider, talking about his future engagements with James Mangold, along with Payne one of his elected directors, said the following:

Our next project is Indiana Jones 5, Mangold is doing it. I’m excited. I hope to bring people back to the cinema and to make movies for the big screen for a while longer. I hope these events don’t forever change our culture of viewing cinema.

Phedon Papamichael will therefore be the third director of photography in the Indiana Jones saga, if all goes well: the original trilogy was edited by Douglas Slocombe, an English legend of the sector, while for Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull Steven Spielberg brought with him his now inseparable Janusz Kaminski. Predictable another author like Mangold is about to tackle such an engagement with one of his longtime collaborators: Phedon Papamichael and James Mangold met on the set of Identity in 2003 and since then the cinematographer has only skipped Wolverine and Logan’s Mangoldian dates. Their latest project together was Le Mans ’66 – The Great Challenge.


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