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When cinematographer Matthew Libatique was first pitched the concept for "Cowboys and Aliens" by director Jon Favreau, he admits he "wasn't that excited by it at first glance. We were in the middle…
Matthew Libatique recalls the challenges and experiences of working with such filmmakers as Jon Favreau, Spike Lee and Joel Schumacher