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NBC’s upcoming telecast of Peter Pan Live has added another Broadway star to its lineup.
Five-time Tony nominee Kelli O’Hara (most recently of The Bridges of Madison County) has joined the cast as Mrs. Darling, the wife of no-nonsense George Darling (Christian Borle). Besides being the doting mother of the Darling children (who, let’s not forget, allows the dog to babysit), Mrs. Darling gets to sing one of the show’s ballads, the bedtime lullaby “Tender Shepherd.”
In addition to O’Hara’s casting, NBC has also announced the production team behind the Dec. 4 telecast. On board are choreographer Rob Ashford, »
- Marc Snetiker
NBC has again turned to the Great White Way before setting off for Neverland, tapping Tony nominee Kelli O’Hara for its upcoming musical “Peter Pan Live!.”
O’Hara, whose credits include “The Bridges of Madison County” and “Nice Work if You Can Get It,” will play Mrs. Darling, the mother of the three children whom Peter Pan whisks away on adventure. She joins a cast that also includes “Girls” actress Allison Williams, who is playing the title role, and Christopher Walken, who will play the villainous Captain Hook. Christian Borle, who also appeared in NBC’s “The Sound of Music Live!,” will play both Smee, the dastardly right-hand to Captain Hook, and George Darling, the no-nonsense father of the Darling children.
- Whitney Friedlander
The 69th Annual Tony Awards will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, June 7 on CBS, the network announced Monday. The awards have been broadcast on the network since 1978. Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss of White Cherry Entertainment will return as executive producers. Weiss also will direct for the 16th consecutive year. Also read: Tonys: Neil Patrick Harris Licks Samuel L. Jackson's Glasses in Showstopping Number (Video) The ceremony, hosted last year by Neil Patrick Harris (pictured), is presented by Tony Award Productions, a joint venture of the Broadway League and the American. »
- Tim Molloy
Los Angeles – It was one more lap around the victory track for the AMC-tv show ‘Breakling Bad,’ as the gritty drama about a teacher turned meth dealer took home six Primetime Emmy Awards at the 66th ceremony on August 25th. ‘Modern Family’ took home the statue for Outstanding Comedy Series for a a fifth straight year.
Julia-Louis Dreyfus Wins Her Second Emmy Award in a Row for ‘Veep’
Photo credit: NBC-tv
Repeats dominated the awards. Besides the win for ‘Modern Family,’ Jim Parsons took home Outstanding Lead Actor for ‘The Big Bad Theory” for the fourth time. Julia Louis-Dreyfus won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for ‘Veep’ for the second year in a row. Julianna Margulies got her second Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for “The Good Wife,” and Bryan Cranston took one more bow as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for “Breaking Bad.”
Other notable winners »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
The Emmys honor the best performances on television, but the telecast is all about celebrating the best speeches. Here’s how we called it:
1. Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston, Lead Actor in a Drama Series: It was Cranston’s night. He had the perfect amount of humility (“Even I thought about voting for Matthew”), humor (“I love you, especially those scenes in bed,” he told Anna Gunn) and inspiration (find your passion, Sneaky Petes).
- Mandi Bierly
Join Brian Moylan for all the latest from the Nokia theatre in downtown Los Angeles at the 66th Emmy awards
Billy Crystals moving tribute to Robin Williams at the EmmysEmmy Awards: full list of winners
A Quick Summary: Breaking Bad won just about everything and everyone cheered. So did Modern Family and everyone grumbled. British people won a whole bunch of awards too for Sherlock and stuff. Barely any of them showed up to get their trophies. Maybe theyre mad that we call it soccer? I dont know. Seth Meyers kinda sucked, Sofia Vergara was turned into a prop, everyone is white and male, and nothing every changes and the Emmys is awful. In other news, the Oscars is only six months away.
Thanks for joining us and goodnight!
Alright everyone, thats it for the Emmys. Enjoy your local news and lets get together next year »
- Brian Moylan
In a night marked by a few upsets and a host of repeat winners, “Breaking Bad” grabbed its second consecutive Emmy for best drama series while “Modern Family” made it a record-tying fifth consecutive win for comedy series.
The surprise wins at the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards came not from buzzed-about newbies such as Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black” or HBO’s “True Detective” but lower-profile contenders including “Sherlock: His Last Vow.” HBO’s “The Normal Heart” and FX’s “Fargo” prevailed as expected for movie and miniseries, respectively, but the PBS drama “Sherlock” wound up leading the Emmy field overall with a total of seven wins — a result that no Emmy prognosticator managed to forecast.
- Cynthia Littleton
Never again, TV Academy. Never again. I don't care if NBC has to do the Emmys in August because of football and if NBC is scared of going head-to-head with a competing award show. Doing the Emmys on Monday is just wrong. But we shall trudge on! Seth Meyers is hosting. Some fantastic TV shows and actors are nominated. Follow along. Comment below. Join the fun. Make the fun. 8:00 p.m. Et. That was some of the worst Red Carpet pre-show I've ever watched between E! and NBC. I never thought I'd miss Ryan Seacrest, but there ya go! 8:00 p.m. Seth Meyers was just outside being interviewed by Billy Bush just two minutes ago. How will he make it inside? How?!?!? 8:00 p.m. A countdown! 20 seconds to go. 8:00 p.m. And now Seth is inside on-stage. How Is That Possible, Billy Bush?!? 8:01 p.m. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series
Francesca Paris, Department Head Hairstylist
Lisa Dellechiaie, Key Hairstylist
Therese Ducey, Key Hairstylist
(Winner) “Downton Abbey”
Magi Vaughan, Department Head Hairstylist
Adam James Phillips, Key Hairstylist
Kevin Alexander, Department Head Hairstylist
Candice Banks, Key Hairstylist
Rosalia Culora, Hairstylist
Gary Machin, Hairstylist
Nicola Mount, Hairstylist
Theraesa Rivers, Department Head Hairstylist
Arturo Rojas, Key Hairstylist
Valerie Jackson, Hairstylist
Ai Nakata, Hairstylist
Colleen Labaff, Department Head Hairstylist
Kimberley Spiteri, Co-Department Head Hairstylist
Outstanding Hairstyling For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special
Mary Guerrero, Department Head Hairstylist
Kimi Messina, »
- Variety Staff
The 66th annual Emmy Awards will remember Robin Williams with a “proper and meaningful remembrance,” executive producer Don Mischer said in a statement on Wednesday. “Plans for the In Memoriam segment are in discussion,” Mischer said. “While we are all still coming to terms with this week's tragic news, we are working to give Robin Williams the proper and meaningful remembrance he so well deserves.” Also executive producing the Aug. 25 TV awards show — which will air on NBC — are Glenn Weiss, Danette Herman, Keith Raywood, Bob Dickinson and Steve Jordan, along with Charlie Haykel and Juliane Hare. Also read: Robin Williams »
- Tony Maglio
The 2014 Emmy Nominations were announced today, with Game of Thrones and American Horror Story picking up quite a few nominations in top categories. The Walking Dead also picked up nominations for visual effects and sound editing. The official list is below and the winners will be announced live during the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25th.
“Breaking Bad” (AMC)
“Downton Abbey” (PBS)
“Game of Thrones” (HBO)
“House of Cards” (Netflix)
“Mad Men” (AMC)
“True Detective” (HBO)
“The Big Bang Theory” (CBS)
“Modern Family” (ABC)
“Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
“Silicon Valley” (HBO)
“American Horror Story: Coven” (FX)
“Bonnie and Clyde” (A&E)
“Killing Kennedy” (National Geographic)
“Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight” (HBO)
“The Normal Heart” (HBO)
- Jonathan James
This marked the 68th annual edition of the Tony Awards and, once again, these kudos proved to be the classiest of them all. The Good Hugh Jackman demonstrated his incredible strength as a host once again. From his bouncing opening number, to his occasional jokes through the telecast and even serenading the nominees for both lead actress categories, Jackman not only showed how great a talent he is but also how a ceremony can properly use a host throughout an entire program. This year's show had a great flow to it. The returning team of producer Ricky Kirshner and director Glenn Weiss managed to pack an incredible amount of awards presentations and performance numbers into just over three hours and it didn't feel rushed or stilted. Kudos to them for another well put together show. -Break- Join the fierce fight about the Tony Awards going on right now in our notorious message boards As always, »
Kudos to Tony Awards producer Ricky Kirshner and director Glenn Weiss for seamlessly weaving a staggering 14 musical numbers into the three-hour ceremony. Take a tour of these in the photo gallery at the bottom of this post. All four of the Best Musical contenders -- "After Midnight," "Aladdin," "Beautiful" and "Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder" -- were showcased. Likewise for the three Best Musical Revival nominees: "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," "Les Miserables" and "Violet." -Break- Join the fierce fight about the Tony Awards going on right now in our notorious message boards Also included were performances by nominees Andy Karl ("Rocky") and Idina Menzel ("If/Then") as well as numbers from two musicals that did not do as well as expected: "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Cabaret." The current leading ladies of " »
Kudos to Tony Awards producer Ricky Kirshner and director Glenn Weiss for seamlessly weaving a staggering 14 musical numbers into the three-hour ceremony. All four of the Best Musical contenders -- "After Midnight," "Aladdin," "Beautiful" and "Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder" -- were showcased. Likewise for the three Best Musical Revival nominees: "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," "Les Miserables" and "Violet." -Break- Join the fierce fight about the Tony Awards going on right now in our notorious message boards Also included were performances by nominees Andy Karl ("Rocky") and Idina Menzel ("If/Then") as well as numbers from two musicals that did not do as well as expected: "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Cabaret." The current leading ladies of "Wicked" celebrated their show's 10-year run while Jennifer Hudson ...' »
Hugh Jackman will host the 68th annual Tony Awards tomorrow, much to the delight of CBS, which has broadcast the event since 1978. There’s no better superstar than Jackman to entice viewers to the telecast with his crossover, triple-threat appeal. If the Tonys have retained their stature as the class act of televised awards events—since 1967, the show has won 27 Emmy awards—much of the credit of late goes to three-time host Jackman and his ability to convey the specialness of live theater to an audience whose actual experience of Broadway is bound to be limited. Credit also goes to Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, who have produced the show under their White Cherry Entertainment banner since 2003, with Weiss doubling as director. Together, they have 17 Emmy wins, including outstanding special class show for the past four years. Emmys also have gone to the writers and composers of special material for the Tonys, »
- Jeremy Gerard
With the Tony Awards coming up this Sunday, it's time to check in with the two men who've won seven Emmys each producing/directing the kudocast — Ricky Kirshner (left, above) and Glenn Weiss — over the past two decades. In the webcam chat below, Paul Sheehan and I grill them about what's involved staging the show and what's gone gloriously right and disastrously wrong at Tonycasts past. -Break- Check out the latest predictions by 15 Experts here and here. See Gold Derby's official prediction rankings and racetrack odds generated when the Experts' predictions are combined with those of our Editors and Users here. Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube »
CBS has announced the first batch of presenters for the 68th Annual Tony Awards, airing Sun., June 8 at 8 p.m., live from New York City.
Stars paying tribute to the best and brightest on Broadway include Clint Eastwood, Will Ferrell, Bradley Cooper, Tony Goldwyn, Kevin Bacon, Matt Bomer, Wayne Brady, Zach Braff, Kenneth Branagh, Patricia Clarkson, Fran Drescher, Emilio Estefan, Gloria Estefan, Vera Farmiga, Anna Gunn, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Carole King, Zachary Levi, Lucy Liu, Kate Mara, Tony nominee Audra McDonald, Leighton Meester, Alessandro Nivola, Zachary Quinto, Emmy Rossum and Liev Schreiber.
- Laura Prudom
Woot woot! My pick to win Best Director at the Oscars took home the Feature Film trophy at the recently concluded Directors Guild of America awards. And it's truly deserving! Cuaron defied gravity, yes pun intended, to create "Gravity," a movie grounded in sci-fi realism that many directors before him (including James Cameron) were saying that it would be hard to do. But Cuaron did it, and did it extremely well! So hats off to "Gravity" and Cuaron's direction!
Here's the complete list of winners of the DGA awards and right after the jump, check out my interview with Cuaron for "Gravity" that we conducted back in October. Oh, and take a look at my interview with the lovely Sandra Bullock as well.
Steve McQueen ("12 Years a Slave")
Last night, the Director's Guild of America revealed the winners of the 66th annual DGA Awards, with Alfonso Cuaron taking home the top honour, the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, for his work on Gravity.
In addition to Cuaron, there were also awards for Jehane Noujaim (Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary - The Square), Vince Gilligan (Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series - Breaking Bad) and Steven Soderbergh (Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Miniseries - Behind the Candelabra). Check out the full list of winners below...
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary
Outstanding Directorial »
- Gary Collinson
Tonight, the Directors Guild of America unveiled their choices for outstanding directorial achievement in 2013, and as expected, Alfonso Cuarón took home their top prize for his brilliant work on Gravity, making him the most likely winner of the Best Director Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards.
The question now becomes: Will this be enough to tip Best Picture in Gravity‘s favor? After all, how could you give a film so many Oscars (including Best Director and Best Film Editing) and Not give it Best Picture? Granted, it’s happened before, but rarely to a film receiving this many awards. If the Academy should pass the film over for the top honor, it would become the most honored film not to win the big prize since Cabaret (1972), which won eight Oscars (including Best Director and Best Film Editing) before losing Best Picture to The Godfather.
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- Jeff Beck
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