Thanks to advances in filmmaking, the chariot scene, starring Toby Kebbell, left, and Jack Huston, is thrilling and exquisitely choreographed in “Ben-Hur.”
Thanks to advances in filmmaking, the chariot scene, starring Toby Kebbell, left, and Jack Huston, is thrilling and exquisitely choreographed in “Ben-Hur.” Philippe Antonello Philippe Antonello
Thanks to advances in filmmaking, the chariot scene, starring Toby Kebbell, left, and Jack Huston, is thrilling and exquisitely choreographed in “Ben-Hur.” Philippe Antonello Philippe Antonello

New ‘Ben-Hur’ stands in shadow of Wyler’s 1959 epic

August 18, 2016 12:01 AM

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