Meet Kenny Bates The Man Behind The Action Sequences Of Saaho And Robo 2.0

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Baahubali lanti magnum opus taruvatha south India directors nundi vastunna most prestigious projects Saaho and Robo 2.0. Ee two films lo action, fight sequences ki chala importance undi and ee movie makers and directors Sujeeth and Shankar ekkada compromise avakunda movie kosam hollywood technicians ni hire cheskoni mari power packed action sequences ni onscreen mida grandeur visual tho present cheyadaniki try chestunnaru.

Kenny Bates Action Director

And already Saaho and Robo 2.0 making videos chusina prathi okariki ee movies lo action sequences tho bomma adiripotundi anna expectations perigi poyayi. Mari ee movies ki action sequence choreograph chesthunna person common ga okkare atani peru ea Kenny Bates.

Kenny Bates

Kenny Bates Action Director

Evaru ee Kenny Bates ekkadi nundi vacchadu? Inthaka movies emaina chesada ante ? oh enduku cheyaledu hollywood lo vacchina high budget action packed movies ki work chesadu. Bates ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ ‘Revenge of the Fallen’ and ‘G-Force’ movies ki stunt coordinator ga work chesadu.

Since his childhood Bates fascinated by horror genre and action based hollywood movies.

Kenny Bates Action Director

Bates was born and raised in versailles, cinema mida passion tho movies lo work cheyadam start chesadu. 1995 lo Hollywood famous director Michael Bay tho kalisi Bad Boys movie ki stunt coordinator ga work chesina Bates ki aa movie manchi break icchindi.

From ‘Bad Boys to Transformers’ he worked for various hollywood movies.

Kenny Bates Action Director

Then he never look back after Bad Boys, stunt coordinator ga The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (utility stunts – uncredited).

Awards and recognition for his stellar stunt efforts.

Kenny Bates Action Director

“In 2001, Bates received a Taurus Award in the Best 2nd Unit Director and/or Stunt Coordinator category for “Pearl Harbor.”

Bates was recognized in 1993 by the Academy, receiving the Scientific and Technical Achievement Award for his “Bates Decelerator System” which allowed a wider range of camera angles to shoot high-falls without the restriction of airbags.