We review some potential helmers who could do Kubrick right
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His work as one of the most acclaimed directors on "Game of Thrones" landed him a well-earned feature shot with "Thor: The Dark World," but even before he became the master of Westeros, Taylor's resume included some of the finest episodes of "Mad Men," "The Sopranos," "Homicide" and "Deadwood." Cable TV directors don't get much better than this and if the early rushes from the Marvel sequel are good, Taylor will be in demand for all manner of productions. The prestige of a "Napoleon" project might be enough to lure him.
- Dan Fienberg