“The Mandalorian” cameraman shoot “Thor: Love and Thunder”
Thor: Love and Thunder also uses The Mandalorian’s StageCraft technology.
Mandalorian cinematographer Baz Idoine recently announced that he is currently working on Taika Waititis Thor: Love and Thunder in Australia.
Before filming of Thor: Love and Thunder began, it was announced that director Taika Waititi would use the groundbreaking ILM StageCraft technology for the sequel to Marvel. This comes after “The Volume” was first used on The Mandalorian, a show where Waititi directed an episode of. It now sounds like Waititi is about to reunite with the Star Wars show’s cameraman Baz Idoine, based on recent comments the DP made while speaking to Kea:
“I can’t talk much about it, but I’m currently working in Australia on Thor: Love and Thunder, which I will be working on by the end of 2021. Then I’ll just see what happens. Personally, my wife and I hope to move back to New Zealand next year. “
Baz Idoine, who worked with Taika Waititi on Thor: Love and Thunder, makes a lot of sense given his experience with the new technology. The Mandalorian is also one of the most impressive TV shows of all time, and bringing Idoine’s visuals to the Marvel Cinematic Universe adds even more excitement to the upcoming Thor movie.
Do you think Taika Waititi will be working with Baz Idoine on his upcoming Star Wars movie too? Feel free to speculate in the comments below!
All the details of the plot of Taika Waititis Thor: Love and Thunder are currently under wraps, although the film is based in part on Jason Aaron’s comic run Mighty Thor, in which Jane Foster becomes the new Thor. Directed by Taika Waititi from a script co-written with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, Love and Thunder stars Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale.
Thor: Love and Thunder is expected to be released on May 6, 2022. Stay tuned for the latest news on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content!
Ryden’s affection for all things DC, Marvel, and Star Wars has led him to join Heroic Hollywood as a news editor for entertainment journalism.