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I'm happy to say Inside Out is a glorious return to form for Pixar. On the complete opposite end of the animated spectrum is. Sir Billi (2012) Director: Sascha Hartmann Stars: Sean Connery, Alan Cumming, Ruby Wax An elderly skateboarding veterinarian is the only man heroic enough to save Bessie Boo the Beaver from Scottish genocide. Ever since Sean Connery... Read More »
- Jason Adams
Celebrate Global Smurf Day with some major re-castings for the upcoming sequel Get Smurfy.
It was already announced that Patinkin would become the new voice of Papa Smurf, following the passing of Jonathan Winters in April 2013.
Get Smurfy is scheduled to open in cinemas in 2017, coming four years after the release of 2013's The Smurfs 2. »
The best of Broadway took Radio City Music Hall by storm on June 7 to celebrate the 69th annual Tony Awards. Co-hosted by Tony winners Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth, the ceremony gave top honors to Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori’s “Fun Home,” which became the first winner for best musical in Tony history written by an all-female team. Alison Bechdel, whose graphic memoir provided the source material for “Fun Home,” said after the ceremony that although she wishes her late mother and father could see it, “in some weird level of reality, my parents are ecstatic about this play.” Other big winners included “The King and I,” which won for best musical revival, costume design, featured actress Ruthie Ann Miles, and leading actress Kelli O’Hara, who finally received her first Tony after six nominations. “Be who you are, period,” she said after tap dancing off the stage. “It »
Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming hosted the 2015 Tony Awards, and Fun Home and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time took home five awards each. 2015 Tony Awards Recap Chenoweth and Cumming, both Tony award winners, started the show with a timely message – “Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and those of you […]
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- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Jennifer Lopez stole the spotlight at the 2015 Tony Awards on Sunday night in New York City, ditching her sexy pop star style for an old Hollywood glam look. The "Booty" singer, who was a presenter at the star-studded award show, dazzled in a navy Valentino Couture gown with sparkling gold embellishments. She completed her elegant ensemble with a classic curled bob and a dark berry lip. Another familiar (but surprising!) face on the red carpet was Kendall Jenner, who added a pop of color in a sequin peach Calvin Klein Collection mini. The reality star paired her fun frock with metallic sandals, a silver box clutch and tousled waves. Kendall, who posed for pictures with designer Francisco Costa, was just one of the many models who attended the event. With Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour offering up her stylish services to the Tony's this year, there were several model-designer pairings to take the awards show, »
- tooFab Staff
Past Tony champs Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth co-hosted this year's Tony Awards. Not surprisingly, these two musical comedy vets opened the kudocast with a tuneful ditty that was full of laughs. Watch the duo duet below and then rate the opening number in our poll. -Break- Cumming, who bagged the Best Actor (Musical) prize in 1998 for a revival of "Cabaret" made merry with the jokes about appearing in yet another rialto remount of this show while Chenoweth, who claimed the Featured Actress (Musical) award in 1998 for "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," referenced her nomination this year for "On the Twentieth Century." Join the fiery debate over the Tony Awards going on right now in our red-hot forums What did you think of the Tony Awards opening number? »
Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming signed up for an unenviable task when they agreed to co-host the 69th Annual Tony Awards on CBS. This might be Broadway’s big night, presenting coveted honors to the best of New York’s top-tier theater, but even with heavyweight emcees such as Hugh Jackman or Neil Patrick Harris running the show, the ceremony’s relevance beyond tri-state area stage fans has long been limited. And since Chenoweth and Cumming — Broadway darlings with great chemistry though they may be — occupy only the modest midrange of the star firmament, they were going to
- David Rooney
While the Tonys were being handed out Sunday night, TVLine wasn’t just watching the awards, we were deciding the winners — or, in some cases, “winners” — in a few categories of our own invention. So which performers and performances from the black-tie back-slap made the cut — and which should have been cut? Read on, find out and — best of all — hit the comments to weigh in yourself!
PhotosCritics’ Choice Television Awards 2015: Allison Janney’s Big Kiss, Taraji’s Cookie Moment and More in Photos
Harvey Weinstein wasn't allowed to forget that Finding Neverland got snubbed. The prolific producer was a frequent punchline throughout the 2015 Tony Awards, as numerous references were made from the stage about the fact that Weinstein's musical based on the 2004 Miramax film failed to land a single nomination heading into theater's biggest night. Co-hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming got things started in their opening monologue by naming the big stars who were nominated but weren't in attendance, including The River's Hugh Jackman, before pointing out that Weinstein was indeed there despite the lack of noms. Read More Tony Award Winners 2015: Full List They
- THR Staff
It's the first time hosting the Tonys for the pixie team of Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming. And here at Vulture, we also have a new duo liveblogging for the first time: Jesse Green, New York's theater critic, is joined by the actress Susan Blackwell, perhaps best known for [title of show] and her Broadway.com series Side by Side by Susan Blackwell, as well as a lot of TV and film work. They'll be talking about the winners, the non-winners, the numbers, and the awkwardly entertaining live-broadcast screwups. Let them entertain you! Note: Our live-blog system does not incorporate comments, so please leave any in the comment section below and Susan and Jesse will respond if and when they can. »
- Vulture Editors
Broadway’s best are strutting their stuff tonight on the red carpet at the 69th Tony Awards outside New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming are hosting the ceremony, which airs live on CBS at 8 Pm Et and delayed at 8 Pm in the West. Check out our gallery, which includes Ashley Tisdale, Elizabeth Moss, Jim Parsens, Rose Byrne, Bernadette Peters, Bobby Cannavale, to name a few, as they arrived at the event. Click on the photo to launch the… »
Harvey Weinstein may not be up for any Tonys, but he got some love during the ceremony's opening monologue. Co-hosts Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth gave a shout-out to Weinstein, producer of Finding Neverland, which failed to land a Tony nomination. They sang him "Smile," adding that he'd feel better if he would just "count your over a million dollar box-office receipts for the last three months." Finding Neverland stars Matthew Morrison as Peter Pan playwright J.M. Barrie. The co-hosts managed to pitch themselves for film work to the musical's producer. "We're both available for movies," sang Chenoweth, with Cumming chiming in, "at very reasonable rates." The co-
- THR staff
The 69th Annual Tony Awards honored Broadway's best and brightest on Sunday, June 7 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. A slew of star-studded nominees, including Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, were in attendance as Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming shared the event's hosting duties. Find out the big winners below!
Fun Home - Winner
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Winner
Hand to God
Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two P
Best Revival of a Musical
The King and I - Winner
On the Twentieth Century
Best Revival of a Play
Skylight - Winner
This Is Our Youth
Best Direction of a Musical
Sam Gold, Fun Home - Winner
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
John Rando, On the Town
- Alana Altmann
The show is on! The 2015 Tony Awards red carpet is starting right now, and with some of Broadway's best set to attend, it's sure to be a night to remember. Kristen Chenoweth and Alan Cumming are stepping up as this year's hosts, which means ample laughs and costume changes are in store. And don't think the 2015 Tony Awards will be anything but a star-studded affair, with A-list attendees like Jennifer Lopez, Neil Patrick Harris, Bradley Cooper, Ashley Tisdale, Nick Jonas and many more set to arrive. What are you waiting for? Check out the 2015 Tony Awards red carpet arrivals now! »
Once more with feeling! On Sunday, June 7, the biggest stars of the Great White Way lined up at NYC's Radio City Music Hall for the 2015 Tony Awards. Co-hosts Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth put on a great live show, but all eyes were on the night's winners. Here's who took home a Tony this year: Best MUSICALAn American in ParisFun HomeSomething Rotten!The Visit Best PLAYThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeDisgracedHand to GodWolf Hall: Parts One & Two Photos: Celebrity dance-offs Best Revival Of A MUSICALThe King [...] »
On this Sunday, June 7, 2015, the British invasion of film and theatre stars who crossed the Atlantic to Broadway will be honoured during the 69th Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall, co-hosted by Scotland's own Alan Cumming. Helen Mirren and Richard McCabe for Peter Morgan's The Audience, Carey Mulligan, Bill Nighy, and Matthew Beard for the revival of David Hare's Skylight, Ben Miles, Lydia Leonard, and Nathaniel Parker for Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton's Wolf Hall Parts One & Two.
Even honorary Brits, Bradley Cooper, Alessandro Nivola and Patricia Clarkson, who are nominated and currently starring in the revival of Bernard Pomerance's The Elephant Man at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London through August 8 are flying in for the ceremony.
Alessandro wrote on Thursday when I inquired about their plans for the Tony Awards. He responded: "Hi - yes »
- Anne-Katrin Titze
Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth co-hosted the 69th annual Tony Awards. The show aired on CBS from Radio City Music Hall. The full list of winners is below: Best Musical An American in Paris Producers: Stuart Oken, Van Kaplan, Roy Furman, Stephanie McClelland, Darren Bagert, Carole L. Haber, James Nederlander, Five Cent Productions, Michael Leavitt, Apples and Oranges Studios/Dominion Pictures, Roger Berlind/Arch Road, Simone Genatt Haft/Marc Routh, Triptyk Studios/Spencer Ross, Ed Walson/Peter May, Adam Zotovich/Celia Atkin, Eugene Beard/Julie Boardman/Kalish-Weinstein, Stuart Ditsky/Jim Herbert/Sandy Robertson, Suzanne Friedman/Independent Presenters Network/Wonderful Productions, The Leonore S. Gershwin 1987 Trust/Jenkins-Taylor/Proctors, Harriet Newman Leve/Jane Dubin/Sarabeth Grossman, Caiola
- THR Staff
The 69th annual edition of the Tony Awards will be telecast on CBS tonight (Sunday, June 8) at 8 p.m. Pt and Et. While the kudocast will go out live to TV viewers on the east coast, the show will be delayed for west coast fans. The Tony Awards ceremony takes place at Radio City Music Hall and will be hosted by past Tony winners Alan Cumming ("Cabaret") and Kristin Chenoweth ("You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown"). Chenoweth is also a nominee this year for her bravura performance in "On the Twentieth Century." According to the combined predictions of our Experts, Editors, Top 24 Users (at predicting last year's awards) and All Users, she will finally win a bookend to her 1999 trophy. -Break- Join the fiery debate over the Tony Awards going on right now in our red-hot forums We expect "Fun Home" to dominate the musical categories, while "The Curious Incident »
As Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming join up to host for the first time, Vulture likewise has a new duo liveblogging: Jesse Green, New York's theater critic, will be joined by the actress Susan Blackwell, perhaps best known for [title of show] and her Broadway.com series Side by Side by Susan Blackwell and lots of TV and film work. They'll be talking about the winners, the non-winners, the numbers, and the awkwardly entertaining live-broadcast screwups. Click here for the livestream, starting a couple of minutes before the telecast airs at 8 p.m. »
- Vulture Editors
Whether you're a hardcore Broadway buff or someone with only a passing interest in the Great White Way, here are 40 fun facts and shocking stats that will make watching Sunday night's Tony Awards extra fun and interesting. 1. This is the 37th consecutive year in which CBS is broadcasting the Tonys. 2. First-time Tonys hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming — who have both won Tonys, she for You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999) and he for Cabaret (1998) — previously worked together on several other projects over the last 16 years: the 1999 TV movie Annie;
- Scott Feinberg
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