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Jean-Marc Vallée, director of 'Dallas Buyers Club' and more, dies at 58

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FILE - Jean-Marc Vallée attends the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on Sept. 22, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images) LOS ANGELES - Director and producer Jean-Marc Vallée, who won an Emmy for directing the hit HBO series "Big Little Lies" and whose 2013 drama "Dallas Buyers Club" earned multiple Oscar nominations, has died.

He was 58.His representative Bumble Ward said Sunday that Vallée died suddenly in his cabin outside Quebec City, Canada, over the weekend.Vallée was acclaimed for his naturalistic approach to filmmaking, directing stars including Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal over the past decade.He directed Emily Blunt in 2009's "The Young Victoria" and became.

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