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Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt have supported their “The Devil Wears Prada” (and “Julie and Julia”)-co-star Stanley Tucci at the premiere of his film “Final Portrait” in New York, yesterday. When the elegant New Jersey-born art critic and writer James Lord agreed to sit for Alberto Giacometti in his Paris atelier in 1964, he may fondly have imagined that the process might unfurl over a leisurely afternoon or so, but soon found himself the object of the great artist’s unforgiving scrutiny. The sitting stretched out for days and challenged even his remarkable powers of introspective concentration. Lord wrote about his experience which is now captured in “Final Portrait”, a passion project for the actor Stanley Tucci, here assuming different hats as director and screenwriter. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.