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It was the saddest Nationals yet.
The New Directions took the stage in Tuesday’s episode of “Glee,” where they surprised both the show’s audience and Finn Hudson’s (Cory Monteith) mom and stepfather with a set list comprised of Hudson’s favorite songs.
The glee club dedicated their entire performance to Hudson, and closed with U2′s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.”
“This was Finn’s favorite song,” a teary-eyed Carole Hudson-Hummel (Romy Rosemont) told Burt Hummel (Mike O’Malley). “They’re singing all of his favorite songs.”
As the New Directions sang their hearts out in the moving performance, TV audiences watched flashbacks of Hudson’s most memorable moments on Fox’s musical series, from him singing in the shower to a tender moment between him and Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison).
- Francesca Bacardi
If there’s been one thing that has been consistent about the fifth season of Glee, it has been Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan’s commitment to honoring and respecting both Cory Monteith and the character of Finn Hudson. Through “The Quarterback,” which aired early on this season, and storylines like Rachel getting Finn’s name [&hellip
- Chris King
Glee creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk noted Finn's death would resonate throughout season five and Tuesday's episode, "City of Angels," delivered on that vow. As New Directions headed to Los Angeles for Nationals -- where the group of ragtag singers was tasked with coming in first in order to save the club -- Finn's mother Carole (Romy Rosemont) and step-father Burt (Mike O'Malley) returned to give the club a boost. While Carole struggled with attending Nationals, she eventually makes her way to the performance where New Directions -- up against stiff competition in the form of Throat Explosion (featuring guest
- Lesley Goldberg
It's time for another Nationals competition on Glee! But this time, it's a bittersweet moment, in a way, because with the show about to move full-time to New York, this looks to be the final glee club competition episode we'll ever get to see. So let's savor every moment, starting with the songs themselves.
In tonight's episode, New Directions travels to Los Angeles to compete against two other glee clubs: Throat Explosion (with Pitch Perfect's Skylar Astin playing their leader, Jean-Baptiste) and The Amazonians. Which songs will they all be performing? Which special guests are stopping by to show their support? And what kind of judges has Ryan Murphy written in this time?
Almost three decades after Larry Kramer's play "The Normal Heart" debuted in 1985, this visceral look at the early days of the AIDS crisis is finally getting a screen adaptation. Ryan Murphy ("American Horror Story," "Glee") has assembled a top-notch cast for this telefilm that debuts on HBO on May 25. (Watch the trailer below.) Expect this production to be a major contender come Emmy time. With the splitting of the TV Movie & Miniseries category into separate ones, "The Normal Heart" is a strong favorite for the former. However, as the performance categories remain combined, there will be major competition for these awards. Vote for Best TV Movie/Mini Actor at the bottom of this post using our easy drag-and-drop menu. -Break- Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo ("The Kids Are All Right") takes on the main role of Ned Weeks, a man who fights back against the widespread fear of the disease. »
Broadway's "The Normal Heart" is coming to the small screen! "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy directs the film adaptation of Larry Kramer's autobiographical 1985 play which follows the lives of several gay activists, who petitioned to fight and raise awareness about the HIV/AIDS disease in the 1980s. Check out the emotional trailer above which features Julia Roberts as doctor Emma Brookner, Mark Ruffalo who plays a gay acitivist dealing with the loss of his love to the disease, and appearances from Jonathan Groff, Taylor Kitsch and Matt Bomer. During this time period, doctors did not know how to treat the then-fatal disease, which was quickly becoming an epidemic in America. "I've never seen or heard of anything like this," Roberts announces in the first few seconds of the trailer. The HBO movie will focus on seven gay revolutionaries who made it their mission to force the government and doctors around »
- tooFab Staff
The Normal Heart, based on the 1985 play of the same name by Larry Kramer, follows the rise of HIV-AIDs in the 1980s through the eyes of activist Ned Weeks (Mark Ruffalo). The film also stars White Collar’s Matt Bomer, The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons, Julia Roberts, Jonathan Groff, Taylor Kitsch and Alfred Molina.
The film also sees director Ryan Murphy’s return to film (because we all remember how amazing Eat, Pray, Love was eh?) Kramer also adapted the screenplay. It is expected to air May 25th on HBO, but if you can’t wait that long, check out the trailer below:
The post HBO Release Teaser Trailer For ‘The Normal Heart’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Lucy Cave
While many fans are waiting for Mark Ruffalo to return as The Hulk, the actor has some great lower key projects waiting in the wings. Ruffalo stars with Steve Carell and Channing Tatum in Foxcatcher, turns in an amazing leading performance in Infinitely Polar Bear from Sundance earlier this year, and now he seems prime for an Emmy nomination in the new HBO film The Normal Heart, directed by "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy. Based on the Tony Award winning play of the same name, the film takes place during the HIV-aids crisis in NYC in the early 1980s, and the first teaser trailer has just debuted online showing off the impressive cast that includes Julia Roberts, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons & Matt Bomer. Watch! Here's the teaser trailer for Ryan Murphy's The Normal Heart from HBO: The Normal Heart is directed by Ryan Murhpy ("Glee" and "The New Normal") and written by Larry Kramer, »
- Ethan Anderton
It’s just a week after the AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club won a set of Oscars, including two of the four top acting honors. So now is a good time to release a trailer for another AIDS drama. In this case, the film is The Normal Heart, directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story) and […]
- Russ Fischer
HBO looks like it has another winning stage-to-screen drama adaptation on its hands. Over a decade since the network won major accolades with its production of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer-winning “Angels in America,” the cabler will premiere Ryan Murphy's adaptation of Larry Kramer's Tony-winning “The Normal Heart,” which takes on the early days of the AIDS crisis in New York City. Also read: Ryan Murphy's HBO Film ‘The Normal Heart’ Sets May Premiere Date The first teaser debuted on Sunday night, with a fast-paced and already moving look at the gigantic tragedy and small triumphs of the era. »
- Jordan Zakarin
The first trailer for HBO's Ryan Murphy-directed movie version of The Normal Heart has debuted. In the video, Mark Ruffalo's Ned Weeks (inspired by writer Larry Kramer) is shown struggling to get public officials to listen to his cries about the existence of an AIDS epidemic, at one point screaming for the New York City mayor's attention as he's being restrained. Story: Ryan Murphy on HBO's 'The Normal Heart': 'It's a Love Story' The film, written by Kramer, who won a Tony for his 1985 play of the same name, explores the onset of the HIV/AIDS crisis in New
- Hilary Lewis
“To win a war you have to start one,” declares the first teaser trailer for HBO’s highly anticipated adaptation of Larry Kramer’s award-winning play The Normal Heart. The TV movie will focus on the rise of the HIV-aids crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984, as seen through the eyes of fictional writer/activist Ned Weeks — the founder of a prominent HIV advocacy group. The character is based on writer/activist Kramer himself.
Viewers can see the rumblings of outrage beginning in the first thirty-second tease, which offers fans their first glimpses of the cast, including Julia Roberts, »
- Erin Strecker
HBO is upping its drama game once more with the upcoming TV movie, "The Normal Heart."
Starring Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Julia Roberts and Jim Parsons, the film tells the story of the onset of the HIV-aids crisis in New York City in the early 1980s. From "Glee" and "American Horror Story"-creator Ryan Murphy and based on the play by Larry Kramer, "The Normal Heart" will shine a light on what gay activists and their allies in the medical community went through trying to expose the new epidemic in spite of the government's denial.
Based on the trailer HBO released on Sunday (March 9), the movie won't shy away from any heavy material, and stars are bringing their A-game to the table to tackle this important subject matter.
Watch the just-released trailer below:
"The Normal Heart" premieres Sunday, May 25 at 9 p.m. Et. »
HBO Films has released the first trailer for Ryan Murphy's The Normal Heart , premiering on HBO Sunday, May 25 at 9 p.m. Et. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons and Julia Roberts, the film was written by Larry Kramer, who adapted his groundbreaking Tony Award-winning play of the same name. "The Normal Heart" tells the story of the onset of the HIV-aids crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, taking an unflinching look at the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fought to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city in denial. Roberts plays Dr. Emma Brookner, the paraplegic physician who treats several of theearliest victims of the disease. Ruffalo portrays Ned Weeks, who witnesses »
Here’s a first look at Ryan Murphy‘s adaptation of Larry Kramer‘s The Normal Heart. This is HBO movie is going to be total Emmy bait, with Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Julia Roberts, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch
The Normal Heart premieres on HBO Sunday May 25 9/8c
The post HBO’s “The Normal Heart” First Look Trailer appeared first on thebacklot.com. »
- Aaron Landry
HBO just unveiled the trailer for its upcoming "The Normal Heart" drama, which stars Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer, Taymor Kitsch and Jim Parsons. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, and looks at the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fought to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city and nation in denial. The new movie is directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee) and is set to air on Sunday, May 25th at 9pm on HBO. Trailer: »
Jonathan Groff is an amazingly nice guy. No, really. It's not just an act. There are many actors who would blow off an interview after a scheduling mishap, but not Groff. Either he was raised by saints or he really believes in his new HBO series "Looking." Or, maybe it's a combination of both. It's been something of a breakout year for the still 28-year-old actor best known to many for his time on "Glee." Not only has he earned critical kudos for playing the somewhat naive Patrick on "Looking," but he was the voice of Kristoff in Disney's Oscar-winning blockbuster "Frozen." Groff patiently took sometime on Friday to revisit the entire season of "Looking" and talk about who he hopes Patrick ends up with in season two (granted, that was something of a tease). The conversation was so in-depth we didn't even get to chat about his role in another upcoming HBO production, »
- Gregory Ellwood
Along with a new "Game of Thrones" spot, HBO also used tonight's "True Detective" finale to launch a bunch of trailers for its upcoming fare - chief among them the first teaser for Ryan Murphy's early 1980s AIDS drama "The Normal Heart".
There's also trailers for the new season of "Veep," and the launch of the new series "Silicon Valley".
- Garth Franklin
The trailer also features a wheelchair-bound Julia Roberts issue a harsh warning, as emotions run high during the onset of the HIV-aids crisis in the early 1980s.
While panic and controversy ensues against the backdrop of New York City, Ruffalo and Bomer's characters look to expose the truth about the epidemic.
The Normal Heart will debut on Sunday, May 25 at 9/8c on HBO. »
Earlier tonight, HBO released the first teaser trailer for The Normal Heart. Directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee), the film follows the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, and looks at the nation’s sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fought to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city and nation in denial. While I'll certainly tune in to see it, I'm not a big fan of Murphy's work, and I'm worried this is going to come off as schmaltzy and melodramatic. I hope I'm wrong, because it's certainly an important story and one worth telling. Hit the jump to check out the teaser trailer. The film stars Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons, and Julia Roberts. The Normal Heart airs Sunday, May 25th at 9pm on HBO. Via HBO. »
- Matt Goldberg
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