3 items from 2015
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New on DVD and Blu-ray
In addition to, you know, the regular old Blu-ray, this release has a ridiculous amount of extras. We've got an exclusive clip below from the feature-length doc about the film -- check it out. (This is also available on Digital HD and iTunes, and it will be available on Amazon Prime on March 6.)
"Outlander: Season One, Volume One"
Starz's time-traveling romance is finallllllly available. The bonus features include a bunch of featurettes, but let's not pretend we're not just here for the romance between Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) and all those kilts.
- Jenni Miller
Though The Iceman Cometh is generally considered one of Eugene O’Neill’s greatest plays, it did not win (as four of his others did) the Pulitzer Prize; the Pulitzer is not, after all, awarded for Sadness. Nor do the judges give extra points for difficulty, and Iceman is famously difficult on the director, the actors, and the audience. It’s not just the length, all five hours of it (though the 2012 Goodman Theater production, now in residency at Bam, is relatively swift at four hours and 45 minutes). It’s the weight. O’Neill seems to have loaded the play, which was written in the late 1930s but not produced until 1946, with a lifetime’s worth of ambition to make a comprehensive statement about the human condition. A lot of statements and a lot of humans make for heavy lifting. That the Goodman’s production, which stars Nathan Lane and Brian Dennehy, »
- Jesse Green
Exclusive: To get to Tony Danza’s dressing room at the Nederlander Theatre, where he stars in the new Broadway musical Honeymoon in Vegas, you walk a corridor that circles the perimeter of the ancient house, where trash cans line one wall, and graffiti scrawled by Rent cast members dominates the other. Climb a set of stairs, and then there is the star’s cold perch, one that would barely provide room for Michael Keaton’s Birdman levitation act.
You imagine how much smaller this must be than the giant trailers where Danza spent most of his adult life in Taxi and Who’s The Boss. And then he emerges, euphoric and still sweaty after two hours of singing, tap dancing, even serenading with a love song while playing the ukulele, and he looks like a small Brooklyn kid whose parents took him to Coney Island. He has just completed »
- Mike Fleming Jr
3 items from 2015
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