Eric Bana is going to play an imprisoned murderer looking for redemption from Desmond Tutu (played not by the real-world Desmond Tutu unfortunately, but rather by Forest Whitaker) in a new film called The Forgiven, which will be directed by The Killing Fields' Roland Joffé. (Bana is replacing Vince Vaughn in the role.)
I was going to say something here about how I don't really understand how Joffé is still getting to make movies - he's had a very long but spotty as fuck career - and how it's that old White Male Privilege thing at work... but then I realized that Eric Bana (who I love, mind you) keeps getting work even though he's been less than successful and, hmm, I wonder what the reason for that is. And yet here I am. So hip hip hooray for White Male Privilege, I guess.
And I can't even write Bana's continued employment off as more justified than Joffé's because of Bana's hotness, because as we discovered just a few weeks ago Roland Joffé was totally hot himself. So I guess it's Hot White Male Privilege then. Hip hip for hot white men! They really don't get the credit they deserve in this world, after all.