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The Two Popes
Is Not As Stuffy As It Might Sound
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce make a talky drama about the Catholic Church into something that’s actually pretty damn compelling.
Movie Review: Meirelles’
Takes the Long Way Round to Nowhere
The film arrives just a few years too late to cash in on the “We’re all connected!” genre craze.
See Rachel Weisz in an Exclusive, NSFW Scene From
Directed by Fernando Meirelles.
City of God
’s Fernando Meirelles Is Developing an Aristotle Onassis Biopic
We hear it will be a ‘Godfather’-like take focusing on his rivalry with RFK.
Weirdly, Amy Adams May Star in a Janis Joplin Biopic
Industry Roundup: Matt Damon, Meirelles
Plus: AMC acquires drama from ‘Blind Side’ director.
Fernando Meirelles on ‘Blind Camp’ and Fat Suits
The ‘Blindness’ director tells us that we don’t really know ourselves — we know, dude. We know.
Blind Rage Over ‘Blindness’
The blindness in ‘Blindness’ is a metaphor, but the National Federation of the Blind doesn’t see it that wway.
Finally, Someone Handicaps the 2009 Oscars
What does Vulture pick as our Best Picture 2009 nominees?
They Are Actually Trying to Convince Ryan Gosling to Play Jack Ryan
Plus: Laurence Fishburne has never made a bad movie.
Zac Efron Grows Up Fast
Plus industry news on Led Zeppelin, Fernando Meirelles’s latest, and Al Gore.
Mark Ruffalo and Julianne Moore Go Blind