Newton Thomas Sigel (‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ cinematographer) on the ‘love’ that went into Freddie Mercury biopic [Exclusive Video Interview]

Newton Thomas Sigel (‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ cinematographer) on the ‘love’ that went into Freddie Mercury biopic [Exclusive Video Interview]
“In all the movies I’ve done, I’ve never quite seen this confluence of people’s belief in the project they’re working on,” says “Bohemian Rhapsody” cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel. The film has generated a lot of press for its behind-the-scenes drama (director Bryan Singer was fired before shooting was completed), so the veteran cameraman admits he was “concerned that all this unbelievable effort and love that people were putting into it would be for naught.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Sigel above.

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Sigel’s fears were finally put to rest when this biopic about Queen frontman Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek) opened so well at the box office. As of this writing it has grossed $750 million worldwide. “To see the movie received by the public so phenomenally,” combined with its recent Golden Globe victories for Best Film Drama and Best Film
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