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Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Iñárritu’s Border-Crossing VR Installation Will Break Your Heart
Carne y Arena
forces you to look at the immigrant experience in a whole new way.
11 Riveting Things We Learned From Iñárritu’s Talk With Marina Abramovic
Which one of them wants to go into stand-up comedy or clowning?
Iñárritu Hopes #OscarsSoBrown Isn’t Next
“The debate is not only about black and white people.”
thank you matt drudge
’s Bear Became the Season’s Star
The mauling that melted the Academy’s heart.
the bear market
Went From ‘Living Hell’ to Worldwide Hit
The story of the $135 million art-house film that could.
Alejandro González Iñárritu on Donald Trump and Immigration at the DGA Awards
“Viva Mexico! That’s not the people Donald Trump has described at all, let me tell you.”
Spike Lee on Rampling, Caine, and Oscar Politics
“Charlotte Rampling and Stacey Dash need to hang out. And they need to go with God. Both of them.”
the spy who staked me
Meet the Billionaire Who Paid for
New Regency head Arnon Milchan is as fascinating as his IMDb page suggests.
DGA Award Nominees Include George Miller, Ridley Scott, and More
But what got snubbed, and what does it mean for Oscar?
Is a Brutal Feat of Strength
But the artistry is finite, a test of will, pyrotechnics, and traditional masculinity instead of a search for what illuminates man’s inhumanity to man.
Who’s in the Running to Direct the
They’re aiming high.
How Leonardo DiCaprio Flirted With a Bear But Committed to a
He’s signed on to make
The Wolf of Wall Street
with Martin Scorsese, but another project caught his eye before that.
Director Alejandro González Iñárritu on Woody Allen’s Barcelona and the Problem With Ordering Coffee in New York
“I’m glad [Woody Allen] hasn’t portrayed any Mexicans in his films! Who knows what we’d be doing?”
Selected As Mexico’s Official Entry for Oscars
Could help Bardem’s chances.
Watch an Early Teaser for Alejandro González Iñárritu’s
Unlikely to be the funniest movie of the year.
Cannes Report: Iñárritu Talks Up Bardem for Oscar’s First Spanish-Language Best Actor
The actor gives an extraordinary performance in ‘Biutiful.’
Batteries Recharged! Javier Bardem Finally Getting Back to Work
Plus: Which beloved Fox News personality just renewed his contract?
Today in Auteurs: Guillermo del Toro, Alfonso Cuarón, Rob Schneider
The Three Amigos Can Be Yours for $100 Million