"I am Diane Keaton's Crisp White Shirt" an imagined monologue by Charlotte Barnett. I can't even describe how much I love this, guys. I love it as hard as Diane Keaton's crying jag in Somethings Gotta Give is long.
I am immaculate, woven by gods from fibers of cotton and Nancy Meyers’ discarded screenplays...
EW talks to Cate Blanchett about Manifesto but works in a Carol bit, too, bless them.
Interview talks to Tracy Letts of The Lovers about his dual career as acclaimed actor and award winning playwright
Go Fug Yourself Elle Fanning on the cover of Vogue
Tracking Board Jeff Goldblum's career is busiers than ever. Now he's signed on for a thriller called Hotel Artemis with Jodie Foster and Sofia Boutella
EW Anya Taylor-Joy and Maise Williams will play Magik and Wolfsbane in the New Mutants movie. (But it's still
Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald welcomed her second daughter Sally James in October 2016, over a decade and a half after giving birth to her first daughter Zoe Madeline.
And the Beauty and the Beast star tells People in the latest issue that she’s taking on a different parenting style with her new little one.
“I’m calmer this time around, 16 years later,” says McDonald, 46. “Or maybe it’s that I’m just tired because I’m older, but I don’t sweat the small stuff as much.”
Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements,
The Beauty and the Beast star, 46, stopped by to talk to People about her work and family — including her and husband Will Swenson‘s new baby girl Sally James, 5 months.
“I’m so lucky. She was such a surprise, and I didn’t think this was where my life would be at this age,” the six-time Tony-winning actress and singer says of becoming a mother again later in life. (McDonald’s daughter from a previous marriage, Zoe Madeline, is 16.)
“But I’m thrilled to be there,” she continues. “This is obviously a soul that
The event is already sold out, but People and Entertainment Weekly is streaming the show live from N.Y.C.’s Town Hall beginning at 3 p.m. Est — right here on People.com.
It’ll also be streaming on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (Pen). Go to People.com/Pen, or download the app for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, Xfinity,
“ and I are overjoyed to welcome Sally James McDonald-Swenson, born last night at 11:16pm. Our hearts are bursting,” the six-time Tony winner, 46, tweeted Thursday. Their little girl’s name honors Swenson’sÂ late mother, Sally, and McDonald’sÂ late father, Stanley James.
The couple have been married since 2012, and have three children between them from previous marriages. McDonald is mom to 15-year-old daughterÂ Zoe Madeline, and Swenson, 43 — known for his Broadway work in HairÂ and Les MisÃ©rables, the latter of which played its final performance Sept. 4Â — has two sons: Sawyer,
Stephen Sondheim's credits -- and that's a sampling -- are staggering. He's won eight Tony Awards, more than any other composer and lyricist. And though he has been an incredible force since he burst on the scene with his first Broadway project, "West Side Story," Sondheim, 83, is reserved about himself.
HBO's "Six by Sondheim" on Monday, Dec. 9, though, manages to paint an intimate portrait of the man, examining his career through six signature songs.
In one of very few interviews granted for this project, Sondheim tells Zap2it that though he had seen a few edits of this film, he doesn't like to watch himself.
"I am embarrassed to see myself," Sondheim says. "I have seen myself on-screen quite a lot."
This features wonderful footage of Sondheim, including photos from his youth, being mentored by family friend Oscar Hammerstein, and
Fox cut back on its order of Dads, which isn’t a good sign for the critically-reviled sitcom.
Sutton Foster has joined the cast of Darren Star‘s TV Land pilot Younger according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series follows a forty-something divorcee who succeeds in lying about her age while restarting her life.
Aw, I miss Bunheads. And not just for the hot marine biologist bartender.
In talking with Vulture, Scandal-creator Shonda Rhimes discusses last week’s shocking opening scene and how it reflects the mindset of the writers’ room. “I feel like we’re fighting against the very traditional idea that we see these people and we identify with them and therefore they must be good. On our show, we see these people and we identify with them — that doesn’t mean they’re good by any stretch of the imagination. Sometimes you love Cyrus, and he is a monster.
Since then, we've watched his career grow, with a season-long role on the show Boss, appearances in Broadway's Hair and the movie Taking Woodstock, and most notably, his role of Jesse St. James on Glee.
We look forward to seeing him in an upcoming HBO comedy in which he'll play a intelligent, witty, well-educated gay video game developer, and hearing him as extreme mountain man Kristoff in the Disney animated film Frozen.
To celebrate his 28th birthday today, here's a pictorial look at Jonathan celebrating career milestones, in some of his career-defining roles, and well ... just being adorable.
With John Gallagher Jr., Billy Joel, and Lea Michelle at Spring Awakening
Creator Shonda Rhimes made the announcement today, saying that the decision to make the 13-episode sixth season the show’s last came after “a lot of discussion and debate.”
Her full statement is below.
“I’m sad to say that Private Practice’s run will end after episode 613 this season. There was a lot of discussion and debate but, in the end, the guys at the network and the studio and I all decided that Private Practice was reaching its finish line. Creatively, we are all extremely proud of the show
iTunes Trailers Django Unchained got himself a new one just as the buzz was dipping to pin drop status
John August reacts to the lower-than-expected box office for Frankenweenie (which he wrote). I love how candid he is about temporary disappointments and what it all does or doesn't mean.
Nicks Flick Picks has been surveying the best of... 2012 in multiple categories (so far)
Movie City News on Seth MacFarlane's first Oscar sketch
Awards Daily Meryl Streep and other Hollywood power women are Drawing the Line about reproductive rights. Good for them!
Imp Awards new character posters for Les Misérables
La Times Rip to actor /sports star Alex Karras (TV's Webster). I'm disappointed that so few of the obits have featured Victor/Victoria in any memorable way! That's what I remember him best from.
Stale Popcorn on Bret Easton Ellis,
E! News reports the two were wed Saturday night (Oct. 6) in a small ceremony at their home in Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Audra's wedding dress was designed by Esosa.
McDonald was previously married to bassist Peter Donovan, with whom she has a daughter, Zoe. This is also Swenson's second marriage -- he was previously married to Amy Westerby, with whom he has two sons, Bridger and Sawyer.
Stale Popcorn on the recent trend of movies referencing the heyday of teen cinema like Pitch Perfect's obsession with The Breakfast Club
Scott C details his process in creating his Back to the Future illustration for "The Great Showdowns"
Gawker on Tori Amos and Tim Burton's new projects (Gold Dust & Frankenweenie) which are essentially recreations of past projects
Mondo Musicals sees the directors cut of Little Shop of Horrors and lives to tell about it.
Gold Derby thinks the Oscar race is over and it's a 'monster sweep' for Les Misérables. So, essentially we're right back to our initial April predictions :)
John August, famous screenwriter, is answering fan questions online about Frankenweenie
Mnpp Daniel Radcliffe gets horny
Cinematic Corner reminds us that it's Autumn and we couldn't be happier about that. Beautiful screencaps
Playbill Congrats to Broadway divas Audra McDonald
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