In "Now You See Me 2", most (all?) of the scenes with Morgan Freeman look like they were filmed separately with standings playing the other actors.
This is especially obvious in the scenes involving Freeman and Mark Ruffalo. Whenever you can see one character's face, the other is shown only from behind.
It's like the two actors filmed their lines at different times and the results were edited together to make a conversation.
Perhaps the two actors never even met each other during the filming of this movie.
If this is actually what happened, what was the reason for it?