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Loses Its Director … for Good
Stephen Daldry has left the adaptation amid the pandemic.
What, Exactly, Would a Stephen Daldry Obi-Wan Movie Look Like?
Obi-Wan (Jacob Tremblay) grows up on a planet comprised entirely of suburbs. His mother (Julianne Moore, weeping) hates her life.
Is a Recyclable Scavenger Hunt
There’s a lot of chasing stuff and not much depth here.
Theater Review: Helen Mirren Holds
Sixty-plus years of Queen Elizabeth II.
Helen Mirren to Play Queen Elizabeth Again
In a stage production by Peter Morgan, who wrote
Stephen Daldry May Direct
Poor Brett Ratner.
extremely loud and incredibly close
Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks Reportedly ‘Circling’
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
With Warner Bros. and Paramount to co-produce.
Danny Boyle and Stephen Daldry to Direct the London Olympics
“Zombies [will] not be running around on stage.”
Industry Roundup: Ben Stiller and Noah Baumbach
Plus: Clay and Ruben to tour together!
Stephen Daldry Considered for
And still, David Cronenberg waits patiently by the phone.
Damon Albarn to Art-Direct 2012 Olympics, Maybe!
Blur leader Damon Albarn is under serious consideration for the job of artistic director for the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.
Vulture Exclusive: Harvey Weinstein on Yesterday’s Golden Globe Nominations
Harvey talked to Vulture about his Best Picture odds and the Weinstein Company’s new blog-outreach program.
Director Stephen Daldry on Sex Scenes, Rudin vs. Weinstein, and
Kavalier & Clay
Daldry raps with Vulture about the clash between moguls that cost Weinstein a million bucks and made Rudin take his name off the movie.
Three Out of Four
Stars Confess to Teenage Affairs With Old People
’I think I was 16, and he was maybe 40 … 35,’ says Lena Olin.
We Make Scarlett Johansson’s Broadway Dreams Come True
Plus: Shawty Lo shows Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins how to finish off a feud.
Kate Winslet Is the New Nicole Kidman in ‘The Reader’
Plus: Who will play B.A. Baracus?