Domino: According to The Hollywood Reporter, joining the growing movement toward digital lensing, director Tony Scott is using a hybrid array of high-definition video, digital still and motion picture film cameras on his new project, Domino.

Lensing began this month in Los Angeles on the New Line biopic, which was written by Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly for Davis Films/Scott Free Prods. Scott and his cinematographer Dan Mindel (Spy Game) are using a Thomson Viper HD camera, a Canon digital still camera, a Panaflex Platinum, a Panavision Millennium XL and two hand-cranked Arriflex 2Cs.

The mixture of film and digital footage will ultimately go through a digital intermediate master overseen by Scott's longtime digital colorist and CO3 founder Stephen Sonnenfeld.