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Brian Cox

  1. friday night movie club
    In The Ring, the House Haunts YouBefore you die, you see The Ring … by joining us this October 2 for a live tweet as part of Vulture’s Friday Night Movie Club.
  2. chat room
    Brian Cox Knows Exactly Why Logan Smiled in Succession’s Shocking Finale“Logan is really setting Kendall up to become the man he has not been.”
  3. spoilers
    Let’s Talk About That Brilliant Succession EndingTurns out a “blood sacrifice” wasn’t the season finale’s big reveal after all.
  4. theater review
    Theater Review: The Great-Man Theory of The Great SocietyThe sequel to All the Way goes waist-deep into the big muddy, and then some.
  5. casting couch
    Joseph Fiennes Responds to Playing Michael Jackson in Road-Trip ComedyLicense-plate game, anyone?
  6. the industry
    Joseph Fiennes to Play Michael Jackson — Wait, What?In a British TV movie about a post-9/11 celebrity road trip.
  7. supercuts
    Watch 3 Interpretations of Hannibal LecterHannibal and Will, three ways.
  8. stage dive
    Stage Dive: That Championship SeasonA strong ensemble can’t quite pull out a win.
  9. theater
    Kiefer Sutherland Coming to BroadwayHe’ll join Jason Patric in a revival of ‘That Championship Season.’
  10. chat room
    The Good Heart’s Brian Cox on What’s Wrong With the Movie Industry“We’ve been living in that model for 30 years, and I think we need to move into a new model.”
  11. movies
    Watch the Trailer for The Good Heart, Starring Brian Cox and Paul DanoA bar owner and a suicide-attempter forge an unlikely friendship.
  12. you saw it here first
    Vulture Premieres the Poster for The Good HeartSee the poster!
  13. kudos
    The Tony Nominations: Who Was Snubbed?And what’s the “most forehead-slapping snub of them all”?
  14. the industry
    Eminem to Air His Personal Issues in Public, But in Book FormPlus: Diary of a Wimpy Kid heads to the screen.
  15. in the magazine
    Brian Cox Calls Out American Theater: ‘Great Television Drama’“I always find the American theater is slightly locked in the nineteenth century.”
  16. the industry
    Batten Down the Scenery: De Niro, Pacino Back Together