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In an interview with Vulture, Andrew Rannells says Sunday’s Girls was the first time he worked on a dance number for TV. “It was cut together in such a way that you really didn’t get to see the full scope of what we learned. But I guess that’s television. I’d never done anything like that on television; I’ve done a lot of that on Broadway. But I’d never rehearsed something like that and then, to see how it’s cut, it’s like, Oh, we really didn’t get to see very much of that hard work.”
Meanwhile, do you want to learn that dance for yourself? The choreographer has uploaded an instructional video so you can make it part of your weekend away.
In recutting mini-series The Bible for movie theaters, producers have wisely left Satan — played by an actor who just »
- Lyle Masaki
Luise Rainer today: As of last Sunday, the two-time Best Actress Oscar winner is 104 years old Inevitably, the Transformers movies’ director Michael Bay (who recently had an on-camera "meltdown" after a teleprompter stopped working at the Consumer Electronics Show) and the Transformers movies’ star Shia Labeouf (who was recently accused of plagiarism) were mentioned — or rather, blasted, in current media parlance — at the 2014 Golden Globe awards show, held this past Sunday, January 12, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Left unmentioned, however, was London resident and two-time Best Actress Oscar winner Luise Rainer (The Great Ziegfeld, The Good Earth) — who just happened to turn 104 years old on the day of the Golden Globes ceremony. (Photo: Luise Rainer in the mid-1930s.) Luise Rainer movies Of course, quite possibly none of the people attending the Golden Globes had ever heard of — let alone seen a movie featuring — Luise Rainer (or »
- Andre Soares
ITV's period series returns on Sunday, January 19 at 9pm, the same night and time that BBC One will launch its new historical drama.
Capaldi recently revealed that he injured himself during filming, dislocating his thumb while shooting a scene with co-star Maimie McCoy.
Alexandra Dowling - who plays Queen Anne on the show - has said that the former Thick of It star is "brilliant" in his role as the sinister Cardinal.
"It's just such brilliant casting I think," Dowling said. »
3 items from 2014
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