The Disruptive World of Edward Norton - The New York Times


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Edward Norton’s intense, cerebral presence in a film has always been a fairly reliable indicator that you’re going to see something good. In recent years, though, Norton’s onscreen performances have become infrequent. October 07, 2019 at 09:48PM
11 days ago by colin.eide
The actor on why he has (mostly) ditched Hollywood for the tech world. Mamadi Doumbouya for The New York Times The disruptive world of Edward Norton. By David…
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15 days ago by goldenberg
Edward Norton’s intense, cerebral presence in a film has always been a fairly reliable indicator that you’re going to see something good. In recent years, though, Norton’s onscreen performances have become infrequent.
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15 days ago by serkef
Oct. 7, 2019
The disruptive world
of Edward Norton.

By David Marchese Photograph by Mamadi Doumbouya
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15 days ago by jerryking
The actor on why he has (mostly) ditched Hollywood for the tech world. Mamadi Doumbouya for The New York Times The disruptive world of Edward Norton. By David…
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15 days ago by thijsniks
Edward Norton’s intense, cerebral presence in a film has always been a fairly reliable indicator that you’re going to see something good. In recent years, though, Norton’s onscreen performances have become infrequent. via Pocket
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15 days ago by Pheelmore
Edward Norton’s intense, cerebral presence in a film has always been a fairly reliable indicator that you’re going to see something good. In recent years, though, Norton’s onscreen performances have become infrequent. via Pocket
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15 days ago by domingogallardo
I wish I hadn’t read this.
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15 days ago by tokozedg
The actor on why he has (mostly) ditched Hollywood for the tech world. Mamadi Doumbouya for The New York Times The disruptive world of Edward Norton. By David…
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16 days ago by poritsky
Edward Norton’s intense, cerebral presence in a film has always been a fairly reliable indicator that you’re going to see something good. In recent years, though, Norton’s onscreen performances have become infrequent. via Pocket
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