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James Franco & Bryan Cranston Battle in First Trailer for 'Why Him?'

30 June 2016 10:43 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Of all the guys his daughter could have chosen… Why Him? 20th Century Fox has debuted a trailer for the new comedy Why Him?, about a father dealing with the totally insane boy that his charming daughter has chosen to marry. Bryan Cranston stars as the father, and James Franco stars as the boy - a tattoo-covered "internet billionaire", with Zoey Deutch as his daughter. The full cast includes Megan Mullally, Keegan-Michael Key, Griffin Gluck, Andrew Rannells, Casey Wilson and Zack Pearlman. I get what they're going for with this, but some of the scenes in this are excruciatingly bad. That said, the battles between Cranson and Franco might be amusing. Give the red band trailer a whirl and tell us what you think. Here's the first red band trailer for John Hamburg's comedy Why Him?, direct from Fox's YouTube: And here's the alternate green band trailer for Why Him? »

- Alex Billington

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Here's Bryan Cranston and James Franco in the first trailer for 'Why Him?'

30 June 2016 7:50 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The basic premise of Why Him? — a father hates his daughter's new boyfriend — may feel totally overdone by this point but it's possible James Franco can breathe some new life into an old story. In the film, Franco plays Laird, an internet zillionaire with no filter who immediately clashes with his girlfriend's (Zoey Deutch) straight-laced father, Ned (Bryan Cranston). Would you believe me if I said hilarity ensues? Laird wins over most of the family — including Ned's wife played by Megan Mullally — but Ned still isn't on board. It may not be the most original premise but it does benefit from great casting: Franco is always good when he's a blend of unhinged and charming, Cranston seems to be channeling his Malcolm and the Middle days, and the cast is rounded out by Keegan-Michael Key, Casey Wilson, and Andrew Rannells.  Why Him? opens in theaters this December.  »

- Pilot Viruet

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Girls Star Andrew Rannells Speaks Out About the Victims of Orlando Shooting: 'That Could Be My Brother or My Friend'

17 June 2016 1:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Girls star Andrew Rannells is one of many grieving after Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub. The 37-year-old spoke about the tragic shooting on Thursday at a New York screening of HBO's Suited, telling reporters that the horrific shooting has him thinking about how "fragile life is." "My heart goes out to all of those [victims] out there and all of those who've lost loved ones," he said. "It just makes you realize how extremely precious life is … I just feel very grateful for my friends and my family." For nearly a week, the nation has been mourning the deaths »

- Char Adams, @CiCiAdams_

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Girls Star Andrew Rannells Speaks Out About the Victims of Orlando Shooting: 'That Could Be My Brother or My Friend'

17 June 2016 1:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Girls star Andrew Rannells is one of many grieving after Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub. The 37-year-old spoke about the tragic shooting on Thursday at a New York screening of HBO's Suited, telling reporters that the horrific shooting has him thinking about how "fragile life is." "My heart goes out to all of those [victims] out there and all of those who've lost loved ones," he said. "It just makes you realize how extremely precious life is … I just feel very grateful for my friends and my family." For nearly a week, the nation has been mourning the deaths »

- Char Adams, @CiCiAdams_

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‘Another Period’ Stars Dish on Kanye-Like Scott Joplin, ‘Branding Expert’ Harriet Tubman (Exclusive Video)

15 June 2016 2:15 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

As the second season of “Another Period” gets underway on Comedy Central on Wednesday, the show welcomes a slew of guest stars, including Perez Hilton, Adam Pally, Joss Whedon, June Diane Raphael, Lauren Lapkus and Jemaine Clement. “Basically we just try to get our favorite people,” Natasha Leggero explained to TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell, revealing that Andrew Rannells will also guest star on the period comedy as a love interest of one of the main characters. Starring and co-created by Leggero and Riki Lindhome, “Another Period” will also host Cedric the Entertainer, who plays Scott Joplin “in like a Kanye manner. »

- Reid Nakamura

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Tony Awards: James Corden’s Producer on Orlando Tragedy, Last-Minute Changes, Carpool Karaoke

13 June 2016 1:41 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The show went on at last night’s Tony Awards after the day’s events in Orlando shocked the nation, and the producers say they faced difficult decisions about how to address the news.

“You think it’s so important because you plan for three, four or five months, and in one moment, you realize how unimportant it all actually is,” says Ben Winston, James Corden’s longtime producer and executive producer of “The Late Late Show.” He served as the host’s producer on last night’s telecast, working alongside executive producers Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss.

Here, Winston tells Variety about coming up with Corden’s moving opening speech, the part of the show he was most worried about, and the “Law & Order” segment the audience wasn’t prepared for.

What’s your review of the show?

I thought it went very well. I thought it was a good show.

You had a difficult challenge to balance the tragedy with the business of handing out awards. 

It was difficult. We were discussing it throughout the day. The executive producers and James and I all wanted to open the show with what was really important about the day, and that was Orlando. And James wanted to speak from the heart and allow the show to become a symbol of what should never be silenced. I think it allowed the show to carry on. I think it made people comfortable that he could open the show like that.

How did you come up with the cold open?

We wrote it together. James and I sat with one of our writers, and we chucked around a few ideas. It was hugely important to him that he got it exactly it right. To be fair, it didn’t take very long. It was very clear what we all wanted to say. James wrote it in about five minutes or so. The message was clear. We didn’t debate or argue over words. It was just from the heart and it was what he felt in that moment in time.

What was the original planned opening?

It was the “Hamilton” parody that you saw, but it was clear to us that would never have been suitable. The most important thing was that we addressed [Orlando] from the top.

Were there any other changes made to the show? I know the “Hamilton” cast performed without their muskets.

There were one or two things or one or two considerations we made within the show as a whole. We were sensitive to the situation. You’re very aware of something like that, but you also have to make decisions very quickly, because you’re doing a live show within hours. You have to think there was a lot of sensitivity and sadness.

The show really played to Corden’s strengths as a singer and dancer.

He’s such a great performer. That’s the truth. It’s such a joy to produce and write for him. Because there are so very few talents that are so honest and truthful that they can open a show like he did with such heart and give the moment the reverence it deserves and at the same time he’s such a brilliant performer that he can sing and he can dance and he can tell a joke and he can be mischievous with Oprah in the front row and then he can make a joke about the actors’ careers in “Law & Order” but not make it rude. He always treads the line so well with never being cutting or rude but always being inclusive. It’s such a big part of why he’s such an endearing talent is that he never makes anyone feel left out of his humor. And you sort of root for him as well as enjoy watching him.

How much did he ad-lib last night?

He’s brilliant at that. He was spontaneous around Oprah. He realized he was next to her, so he decided to bump her on the nose, or whatever he did. Which I thought was really lovely and funny. He was spontaneous with his parents, which is always great fun. We were delighted that Glenn Close and Andrew Rannells decided to play Trump and Hillary. I thought those two were fantastic and such fun. Danny Burstein [the star of “Fiddler on the Roof”] — we talked about that for a while, how many parts he’d had in “Law & Order.” We revealed six characters, but in our research, we found that he had played 11 different characters. We could have carried on going. Anyone in that room we could have picked on. There were 60 actors in that room who had been in “Law & Order” — from Audra McDonald to Neil Patrick Harris to Jesse Tyler Ferguson. We just happened to choose those five. That seemed to play very well in the room. We just chose who hadn’t been featured in the show already. I could sense a real fear in the room. There were 60 actors in the room who were thinking, “The camera could absolutely be on me in a minute and reveal the part I played.”

They didn’t know it was coming?

No, the whole room was relieved when it wasn’t their particular picture.

You also played “Carpool Karaoke” again, but a slightly new version.

We added a new “Hamilton” song to open it. We didn’t want to play the exact same thing. The truth of it is it wasn’t ever made for the Tonys. It was made for the lead up to the Tonys. Because it played so well, the people at the Tonys, the executive producers, the network all wanted it. They asked us if we could do a shorter cut. The actual thing was 11 minutes so we did a 5 minute cut. We put a new “Hamilton” song in there. A lot of people in the room hadn’t seen it, and it was a good breather in the room. It was unexpected — we only decided to play it in the room mid-week.

How did the stars — Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Audra McDonald, Jane Krakowski — all decide who was going to sing which part in “One Day More”? Was it spontaneous? 

We never discussed which bits they were going to do. Either it was improv or maybe they discussed it while we were filming Lin [Manuel Miranda’s] parts. Part of me thinks they improv-ed it and made it up on the spot, because nobody on our team heard them discussing it. They only met five minutes before they all got in the car. So I think it was just actors’ instincts. I think they just ran with it. It’s just so joyful. It’s also fun for us to do a “Carpool” without big recording artists. It’s the first time we’ve ever deviated from that. On this occasion, we felt like we had done so much work on the Tonys. What better commercial to get people to get people to watch the Tonys. Hopefully that contributed to to the fact that ratings were up. I’m glad we did it. As soon Lin agreed, we thought it was fun. You can’t overthink these things.

The ratings were the highest in 15 years. How are you feeling about that news? 

Being at 12:30, I always feel like we don’t buy much into overnights. We try not to focus too hard on them. Our catchup and online [viewing] for a show like ours, that’s what affects us. But in primetime and the Tonys, and James hosting his first real awards show in America — yes, it’s a good thing. I was  hoping it would be good. If I’m honest. I didn’t expect it to be as strong. I’m sure it has just much to do with “Hamilton” as it does with James. It’s always so nice when you work so hard on something and you wake up the next morning and you realize that people watch it. It’s not about winning. If you work hard, you do it so people will watch it. And if people watch it, hopefully they’ve enjoyed it. That makes the job more satisfying.

Having the casts perform songs at the commercial breaks also worked so well. Whose idea was that?

That was Ricky and Glenn. It was a really good idea. They’re really exceptional. It was my first time working with them. They’re so phenomenally talented and hardworking and brilliant. That was one of the joys of this process. That was entirely them. I thought it worked brilliantly. It gave a wonderful vibe to the show. It represented what the show was about which was theater being for the people. The fact that it was on a stage outside so people could turn up and watch. I thought there was something joyous. It gave a real grounding to where we were in NYC. I thought it was a great piece of television. But nothing to do with me. I’d love to claim credit for it, but I can’t.

It was a tremendous night for “Hamilton” with its 11 wins. How did it feel to be a part of that?

It’s very exciting. It’s such a wonderful production. It’s great that on the year that a musical will part of our lives for may years and decades to be there and be backstage when Lin comes off or Daveed digs to see the joy that it brought them it was phenomenal. One of the most exciting things that I’ve ever been involved in producing.

What was your favorite moment?

I enjoyed all of it. I felt like his opening number was great. It was technically so tricky. It was quite a bit of performance for James, to play 20 different musicals in 5 minutes from both the dance routines to remembering the lyrics, from the costume changes to the children. Then the children becoming the nominees. Which I thought was a beautiful moment. There were so many things that I was nervous about. But once we got that out of the way and it had gone so well both in the room and online, I thought James will have the confidence to make this a great night now. When your opening goes badly, that affects the rest of the night. Once that was out of the way, I definitely punched the air. I enjoyed the whole experience a lot more. There was a lot of tension leading up to that moment. Because there was so much to get right. And that was my highlight.

Anything that didn’t go according to plan?

No, I don’t think so. The events that occurred yesterday put making television into perspective. As crazy as a night as the Tonys are, it paled in comparison to the news that we were trying to take in. I think that’s the overriding factor for us. For me, it was the first time I was involved in the Tonys. And I thought James did such a great job. Jimmy Fallon tweeted a lovely message and Oprah tweeted a lovely message, too. That means a great deal, from people you respect and admire. To see their reactions has been lovely for him as well.

How is James feeling this morning?

Tired and excited.

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- Debra Birnbaum

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Glenn as Hillary, Meryl as Donald and More of Our Favorite Political Impersonations

13 June 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Every election season is a gift not only to the spirit of democracy, but to the world of comedy. From Saturday Night Live skits to late-night talk show bits, comedians revel in the goldmine of material as larger-than-life personalities compete for the American public's trust. We look back at our favorite products of humor and politics' ever-fruitful union. Glenn Close as Hillary ClintonSpoofing the musical A Chorus Line at the 2016 Tony Awards, Glenn Close stepped into Hillary Clinton's pantsuit for a brief turn as the presumptive Democratic nominee. "I really need this job," she sang, performing the musical's "I Hope I Get It. »

- Lydia Price, @lydsprice

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Glenn Close and Andrew Rannells Spoof Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump During Tony Awards 2016

13 June 2016 4:54 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It wouldn't be a star-studded event without a spoof on the 2016 election! The 2016 Tony Awards, hosted by James Corden, featured a hilarious spoof starring Glenn Close as Hillary Clinton in A Clinton Line and Andrew Rannells as Donald Trump in The Book of Moron. Corden, who announced that the new shows would be opening in the fall, made sure that there was "something for everyone." Appearing with Trump's signature comb-over hairstyle and red tie, Rannells walked onto the stage to sing a quick bit from The Book of Moron. "My name is Donald Trump, and I would like to build a wall that goes straight through your house," he sang triumphantly from the Beacon Theatre stage. Close, who is a »

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Tony Awards 2016: Donald Trump's New Musical, a Hamilton Conspiracy and 14 Other Memorable Moments

12 June 2016 9:01 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The first annual Hamilton Awards — though I’m told it appeared on select DVRs as “the 70th annual Tony Awards” — felt like a three(ish)-hour of all that is right in the world.

VideosHamilton Cast Delivers Powerful Performance at Tony Awards — Grade It

On a day marred by unspeakable tragedy, it lifted our spirits and gave us countless reasons to smile. And in a time when other award shows fail to embrace diversity, it shone a proud spotlight on an incredible array of talent.

So in the spirit of having a laugh and obsessing over some sickeningly gifted humans, »

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She Hopes She Gets It: Glenn Close Spoofs Hillary Clinton in Musical Parody at the Tonys

12 June 2016 8:20 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Just what this year's presidential election needs: some music! Glenn Close stepped into Hillary Clinton's pantsuit for a brief turn as the presumed Democratic nominee during the 2016 Tony Awards on Sunday night. Spoofing the musical A Chorus Line, Close previewed what host James Corden dubbed A Clinton Line. "I really need this job," Close crooned, performing the musical's "I Hope I Get It." She continued, "Please God, I need this job. I've got to get this job." Before Close's bit, Girls star Andrew Rannells debuted his own "new" musical, The Book of Moron (a spoof on The Book of »

- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble

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She Hopes She Gets It: Glenn Close Spoofs Hillary Clinton in Musical Parody at the Tonys

12 June 2016 8:20 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Just what this year's presidential election needs: some music! Glenn Close stepped into Hillary Clinton's pantsuit for a brief turn as the presumed Democratic nominee during the 2016 Tony Awards on Sunday night. Spoofing the musical A Chorus Line, Close previewed what host James Corden dubbed A Clinton Line. "I really need this job," Close crooned, performing the musical's "I Hope I Get It." She continued, "Please God, I need this job. I've got to get this job." Before Close's bit, Girls star Andrew Rannells debuted his own "new" musical, The Book of Moron (a spoof on The Book of »

- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble

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‘Another Period’ Renewed for Season 3 at Comedy Central

23 May 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Comedy Central has renewed historical comedy “Another Period” for Season 3 ahead of its Season 2 premiere, Variety has learned.

The series, co-created, written by and starring Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome, debuts its second season on Wednesday, June 15 at 10 p.m. Jeremy Konner directs the show, which is executive produced by Leggero, Lindhome, Konner and Red Hour’s Ben Stiller, Debbie Liebling, Stuart Cornfeld and Mike Rosenstein. Monika Zielinska and Tara Schuster are the executives in charge of production for Comedy Central.

“We’d like to thank Comedy Central for this continued opportunity to dress like queens and act like a–holes,” said Leggero and Lindhome in a statement.

Ahead of the second season’s debut, the entire first season will be available on the Comedy Central app and official website beginning June 8.

Another Period” tells the story of the Bellacourt sisters, Lillian and Beatrice (played by Leggero and Lindhome), who »

- Laura Prudom

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Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff and Reese Witherspoon Celebrate Lena Dunham on Her 30th Birthday

13 May 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Lena Dunham is feeling the love from her famous friends. The Girls star and creator was showered with kind messages on social media Friday, which so happened to be her 30th birthday. Boyfriend Jack Antonoff celebrated his lady love with an adorable post writing, "happy birthday Ld love of my life I'm so thrilled you are 30 pic taken 2 hours ago wish I was back there in the car now. I'd be in hell without lena." happy birthday Ld love of my life I'm so thrilled you are 30 pic taken 2 hours ago wish I was back there in the car now. »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff and Reese Witherspoon Celebrate Lena Dunham on Her 30th Birthday

13 May 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Lena Dunham is feeling the love from her famous friends. The Girls star and creator was showered with kind messages on social media Friday, which so happened to be her 30th birthday. Boyfriend Jack Antonoff celebrated his lady love with an adorable post writing, "happy birthday Ld love of my life I'm so thrilled you are 30 pic taken 2 hours ago wish I was back there in the car now. I'd be in hell without lena." happy birthday Ld love of my life I'm so thrilled you are 30 pic taken 2 hours ago wish I was back there in the car now. »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Andrew Rannells Got the Chance of a Lifetime to Be in Hamilton - And Completely Forgot His Lines

7 May 2016 8:35 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Possibly the only thing better than scoring tickets to see Hamilton is the chance to get to perform in the 16-time Tony nominee and Pulitzer Prize winning musical. But when Andrew Rannells was offered this opportunity of a lifetime, things didn't exactly go as planned. During an appearance on The Tonight Show, the actor told host Jimmy Fallon about his five-week stint filling in for Jonathan Groff as King George in the hit show. "You have one song, I think it's nine minutes of stage time total, and you come out and you do this song and you're all along on stage, »

- Andrea Park, @scandreapark

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Andrew Rannells Got the Chance of a Lifetime to Be in Hamilton - And Completely Forgot His Lines

7 May 2016 8:35 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Possibly the only thing better than scoring tickets to see Hamilton is the chance to get to perform in the 16-time Tony nominee and Pulitzer Prize winning musical. But when Andrew Rannells was offered this opportunity of a lifetime, things didn't exactly go as planned. During an appearance on The Tonight Show, the actor told host Jimmy Fallon about his five-week stint filling in for Jonathan Groff as King George in the hit show. "You have one song, I think it's nine minutes of stage time total, and you come out and you do this song and you're all along on stage, »

- Andrea Park, @scandreapark

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Jennifer Hudson "Not Surprised" About Her Tony Awards Snub: "My Presence Was Used for My Celebrity"

3 May 2016 1:04 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's that time of the year again. It's time to celebrate the best of Broadway! In case you missed the news early this morning, The Book of Mormon stars Nikki M. James and Andrew Rannells announced the nominees for the 2016 Tony Awards live from the Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel. While there were plenty of pleasant surprises, some fans were disappointed to learn that Jennifer Hudson was not nominated for her role as Shug Avery in The Color of Purple. "Ultimate snub of @Iamjhud for the #TonyAwards," one Twitter follower shared. "Her performance was great for it being her first time in Broadway." As it turned out, Jennifer decided to reply back with her own theory »

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Lupita Nyong’o Defends Her Acting Choices in Lena Dunham’s ‘Lenny Letter’

3 May 2016 9:30 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Just after Nikki M. James and Andrew Rannells announced this year’s Tony nominations, Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s newsletter, Lenny Letter, published a new essay by Academy Award winner (and first-time Tony nominee) Lupita Nyong’o. Much like Jennifer Lawrence before her, who used the space to discuss her place in Hollywood and the world of acting, the “Eclipsed” star reflects on why she chooses the roles she does. The essay, titled “Why I Chose a ‘Small Play’ over the Big Screen,” begins by reflecting on the award-winning “Eclipsed” from director Liesl Tommy and writer Danai Gurira, which Nyong’o describes as “a powerhouse of a story about the lives of five extraordinary women trapped by a rebel commander during the Liberian civil war.” Despite the fertile ground for ripe storytelling, the actor says she is still asked why she—“such a big star”—chose to do “such a small play? »

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‘Hamilton’ Leads 70th Annual Tony Awards With Record-Breaking 16 Nominations

3 May 2016 5:55 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Nikki M. James and Andrew Rannells announced the impressive nominees for this year’s Tony Awards on May 3. As expected, Lin-Manuel Miranda and his Broadway sensation “Hamilton” dominated the musical categories, becoming the most nominated show in Broadway history by earning 16 nominations, beating the record of 15 held by “The Producers” and “Billy Elliot.”  “Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed” and “She Loves Me” also fared well, with 10 and eight nominations, respectively. “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” led the play categories with seven nominations, followed by “Eclipsed” and “The Humans,” which both received six. Among the nominees were Backstage cover stars Leslie Odom Jr. for “Hamilton,” Jane Krakowski for “She Loves Me,” and Danai Gurira, author of best new play nominee “Eclipsed.” Miranda, who is nominated for leading actor, best book, best score, and best musical, will make history if he becomes »

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Tony Awards 2016: Complete List of Nominations

3 May 2016 5:55 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

New York City is called the city that never sleeps for a reason. Less than 12 hours after the 2016 Met Gala ended, Tony winner Nikki M. James and Tony nominee Andrew Rannells—both of The Book of Mormon—announced the nominees for the 2016 Tony Awards live from the Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel. The 70th Annual Tony Awards will air live on CBS June 12 at 8 p.m. Et. As this year's host James Corden joked to E! News' Marc Malkin in February, "It might be a disaster. We'll soon find out." Corden admitted he still has a lot of work to do before Broadway's biggest night. "People on our writing staff are like, 'What are you going to do on your week off in »

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