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Cast members from Broadway’s Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Jagged Little Pill, Company, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Chicago, Diana, Mean Girls, Girl from the North Country, Six, and Mrs. Doubtfire will take part in Sunday’s Broadway Does Mother’s Day, a digital variety benefitting Broadway Cares’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund. The show is designed to replace
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Crime: A Most Violent Year J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year admittedly doesn’t have the most fitting title, as there is actually very little violence to be found in the story, but what is delivered is an amazing, tense crime drama that occasionally has the effect of making you feel like your heart is beating
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EXCLUSIVE: Despite recent, scattered press reports suggesting New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was snubbing Broadway by shutting the industry out of his New York Forward Re-Opening Advisory Board, the state and the theater industry are working closely on how to re-start, Charlotte St. Martin, president of the Broadway League, tells Deadline. “We are completely aligned
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Waiting For Guffman (1996) Christopher Guest is responsible for some of the greatest mockumentary films of all time like This Is Spinal Tap, Best In Show, and Waiting For Guffman, a 1996 film about a small town in Missouri that thinks they found the perfect way to celebrate their 150th anniversary. Like everything else created
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Paramount has given a date for a new Transformers movie of June 24, 2022. The studio is in development on two different projects: one by Murder Mystery scribe James Vanderbilt and the other by John Wick Chapter 3 EP and Army of the Dead scribe Joby Harold. The Vanderbilt project, from what we’ve heard, is based on Transformers spinoff Beast Wars which are robots that transform into robotic
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Antebellum writing and directing team Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz have set up their next project at Lionsgate, Rapture. At the same time, the studio as re-dated Antebellum, originally scheduled for the spring pre-COVID-19, to Aug. 21 of this year. The deal was made for Rapture after a highly competitive bidding situation for the material. Bush and Renz have written a
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Days after  Jeff Shell’s statements in the Wall Street Journal about the $95M PVOD success of Trolls World Tour and the company’s plans for its film slate in homes and theaters, words which fired up AMC boss Adam Aron to embargo the studio’s films from its chain, the NBCUniversal CEO acknowledged the company’s commitment to theatrical, but
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Manu Intiraymi is an actor and producer starring in the new, soulful film “For The Love of Jessee”, written and directed by David McAbee and produced by Curta and Dennis Schlarbaum. The film is set for Digital release on May 1, 2020. Manu portrays Allen, the ex-boyfriend who is often abrasive to Sage played by
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National Superhero Day has come round once again, but instead of showcasing everyone’s favorite fictional superheroes, some of the biggest publishers and comic book figures are using the occasion to celebrate real-life heroes braving a different kind of threat. Essential workers are putting their lives on the line in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic,
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French movie theaters will not be allowed to re-open when the country begins to lift its lockdown on May 11, while a ban on festivals and events that draw more than 5,000 people has been extended to September. That includes professional sports, notably the 2019-2020 soccer season. France’s Prime Minister Edouard Philippe made the statements
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EXCLUSIVE: On March 13, two days after the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, Broadway’s Tony Award-winning Laura Benanti walked outside of her parents’ home in New Jersey – where the actress-singer was isolating with her husband and three-year-old daughter – and gave what might be the closest thing to a commencement address many students will
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Talk about being in cahoots. Sony and Disney just made major changes on their release date calendars, particularly among their Marvel properties. Sony said Friday that it is moving their Spider-Man: Homecoming threequel to Nov. 5, 2021 instead of keeping their original July 16 date next year. Disney then announced that Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the
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Spock’s (Leonard Nimoy) rocket boots in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier are Star Trek‘s worst gadget — and they were never seen again in the franchise after the William Shatner-directed TOS movie. While Star Trek V suffered from numerous issues, the biggest of which was the deeply-flawed central premise of Captain James T. Kirk
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