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Tom Hanks continues to prepare for a Broadway run on stage with Lucky Guy, the final play written by the late Nora Ephron, and today he.s learning that two additional screen actors will be joining him in the production.s ensemble. Maura Tierney and Courtney B. Vance plan to take parts in Ephron.s bio-play, which casts Hanks as Pulitzer Prize-winning New York City journalist Mike McAlary, who made his bones as a controversial tabloid columnist in the 1980s. THR says that the show is about to begin previews at the Broadhurst Theatre on March 1, with an eye toward opening on April 1. Vance is a stage icon, a two-time Tony Award nominee for his performance opposite James Earl Jones in August Wilson.s Fences as well as his turn in Six Degrees of Separation. Tierney, meanwhile, will be making her Broadway debut in the show, which was written by »

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