Antonio Banderas Can Play Picasso, But Can He Draw Like Him?

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Published on April 20, 2018

‘Genius: Picasso’ star Antonio Banderas tells the history of the famous artist with whom he shares a hometown.

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  • Víctor Lmg 7 months ago

    VIVA ESPAÑA JODER Y VIVA ANTONIO BANDERAS

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  • martinaee 7 months ago

    Oh man… I actually think this might be good. I haven’t seen a good painter/artist movie since, what, the Pollock or Kahlo movies?

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  • Santiago Bron 7 months ago

    now I feel old.

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  • New Message 7 months ago

    He still gets more puss than you could throw a boot at.

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  • Oxnard Montalvo 7 months ago

    Now THIS is an interview!

    good job all

    i approve.

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  • Michael Merriam 7 months ago

    He has aged a lot, I didn’t recognize him at all. o_O

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  • Anant Raman 7 months ago

    Damn, dude’s changed a lot. Everyone gets old I guess.

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  • d t 7 months ago

    dang he old

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  • New Message 7 months ago

    I fully expected Stephen to draw Snoopy.

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  • Anne Sewell 7 months ago

    Hola Antonio from La Cala in Málaga province, Spain!

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  • Jason Bean 7 months ago

    “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” is still one of my favorite films.:)

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  • Shadow Heart 7 months ago

    I didn’t know Picasso could draw normally/properly.

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  • Sterlin Charles 7 months ago

    Yes! One of the first. They should have also mentioned him in desperato, such an amazing movie

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  • Espinosababy13 7 months ago

    I love Antonio

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  • Mar 7 months ago

    He’s such a delight ❤️

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  • KT Bon 7 months ago

    He is still sexy.

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  • pamela frew 7 months ago

    Looking good there Antonio. 🙂

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  • ernesto garcia 7 months ago

    Love Antonio, can’t wait to see this next movie.

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  • Total T 7 months ago

    The life of Picasso is certainly a heck of a story.

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  • jarnomiedema 7 months ago

    Well done with that Monty Python reference, Stephen! 😀

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