Cinematographer shoots Falcon and the Winter Soldier magazine cover remotely

Falcon and the Winter Soldier
(Image credit: Disney/ Marvel Studios)

With a year of the global pandemic under our collective belts, every industry around the world has become used to doing things a little differently. With photographers and celebrities kept apart due to travel restrictions or lockdowns, remotely shot magazine covers have become pretty prevalent. Entertainment Weekly (EW) recently shot a digital cover story for Disney Plus' latest offering, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. 

However, the two stars of the show, Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, were in two different places and in two different bubbles. To get around this problem, cinematographer Pawel Pogorzelski combined footage of the two actors to make it look as if they were "mirroring and becoming each other". 

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