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Rob Marshall will receive the Art Directors Guild’s Cinematic Imagery Award on Feb. 2 at the 23rd annual ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown.
His latest film, Mary Poppins Returns, which he directed and produced and which stars Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, is set to bow Dec. 19.
For his work on Chicago, winner of six Oscars including best picture, Marshall received a DGA Award, as well as Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations. His films have also included Memoirs of a Geisha, winner of three Oscars; Nine, which was nominated for four Oscars; Into the Woods, which was nominated for three Oscars; and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which grossed more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
Marshall’s work in television included serving as executive producer, director and choreographer of the NBC television event Tony Bennett: An American Classic, for which he won his second DGA award as well as three Emmys for direction, choreography and outstanding variety, music or comedy special.
Additionally, Marshall is a six-time Tony Award nominee and George Abbott Award winner. His stage work includes Broadway productions of Cabaret, Little Me, Victor/Victoria, Damn Yankees, She Loves Me, Company and Kiss of the Spiderwoman.
“We are excited to recognize the amazing talents and creative contributions Rob Marshall has made to narrative design and imaginative storytelling, while so beautifully creating an incredible cinematic legacy as which includes some of the most successful movies of our time,” ADG president Nelson Coates said Thursday in a statement.
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