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Daniel Dae Kim will make his Broadway debut in the Lincoln Center Theater revival of “The King and I” this May. The “Lost” and “Hawaii Five-0” star will take on the role of The King in the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical for an eight-week run beginning May 3. Ken Watanabe, who originally played the role in the revival and received a Tony nomination for it, will also reprise his role for a seven-week run beginning March 1. Jose Llana will fill the role from April 19 through May 1. Also read: 'Noises Off' Broadway Review: Does Andrea Martin Lead a Laugh »
- Reid Nakamura
This past weekend I attended the annual Sherlock Holmes fandom celebration, a.k.a. the Bsi Weekend in New York City; a time I always thoroughly look forward to and enjoy. The weekend is great both for the setting (so much to see and do in NYC, both Sherlockian and otherwise) and for the friends (new and old) that attend.
One of the Sherlockian highlights of this year’s weekend for me was the Daintiest Thing in a Dressing Gown Pyjama Party, put on by the Baker Street Babes. I always get a kick out of costume parties, and this one featured lots of fun and creative pajama costumes, both Victorian and modern, and took place in the uber-cool and historic setting of The Players NYC (seriously – read their history page. So cool). It was a blast!
A non-Sherlockian highlight of my weekend was getting to see the current production »
- Emily S. Whitten
Faith Evans and Snoop Dogg are going back to the well to crank out more music ... this time for an homage to Notorious B.I.G. Faith is recording "The King and I" for her late husband ... and she invited Snoop to join her in studio on Wednesday to record a track. No word on what song they're doing, but this session comes 5 years after their last song together, "Way You Move." Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Co-written with friend and colleague Marieke Hardy, Law told If that bringing the highly personal memoir to the screen was less about what he felt and more about how his family felt.
.I have already written a book about them and now it.s. hey family! Now our lives are going to be on television,. he said.
.I have got this really amazing career turning point and you are involved. They were curious about what it would look like and once they read the script, they thought this is really funny..
The series is told through the eyes 14-year-old Benjamin Law over a long, hot, Queensland summer.
- Brian Karlovsky
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