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Matthew Morrison, who is likely best known for playing William Schuester aka Mr. Schue on Glee, has always been and always will be most at home on Broadway, where he’s currently starring in Finding Neverland as J.M. Barrie. Matthew Morrison On ‘Finding Neverland’ J.M. Barrie, a Scottish author and dramatist, created the beloved character of Peter […]
- Chelsea Regan
As if you need another reason to celebrate Broadway! Well, at least 106.7 Lite FM is giving you a place to do it! Beginning July 9, Bryant Park will be hosting a new Broadway musical cast every Thursday for six straight weeks. From this year’s Tony winners such as “Something Rotten!” and four-time winner “The King and I,” as well as “Finding Neverland” and “On the Town,” in addition to Great White Way staples “Les Miserablés,” “Chicago,” “Wicked,” “Kinky Boots,” and several others. “Summer 2015 marks an incredible milestone year for 106.7 Lite FM’s Broadway in Bryant Park—15 Years of music and performances—and we are incredibly proud of this event, which has become an iconic New York City summer tradition for our listeners, Broadway fans and city visitors alike,” said Chris Conley, the station’s program director, in a statement. “We look forward to another summer season of joining new and »
It's been nearly five years since the last Chronicles of Narnia film, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, hit theaters and almost two years since there was any word on a potential sequel, but now a little hope has been revived by way of screenwriter David Magee's twitter activity. As reported on NarniaWeb, Life of Pi and Finding Neverland scribe Magee announced on his private twitter page that he has completed his first draft of The Silver Chair after spending more than a year working on the project. See the full text of his tweet below. "Completed the final draft of The Silver Chair today. I’ve had the immense pleasure to work on the project for over a year now. So fulfilling.” While this is certainly a very unofficial update, it's a welcome word of progress for fans who haven't heard a peep since the Mark Gordon Company and »
- Haleigh Foutch
The Chronicles Of Narnia take another step back towards the big screen, as a Silver Chair script is finished...
The fourth The Chronicles Of Narnia movie has taken a step forward, with the news that a draft of the screenplay has been completed. Screenwriter David Magee (who received Oscar nominations for his Life Of Pi and Finding Neverland scripts) Tweeted the news, writing "Completed the final draft of The Silver Chair today. I’ve had the immense pleasure to work on the project for over a year now. So fulfilling".
The Tweet is no longer visible at his account, but the folks at Narniaweb have been in touch with Magee, and he's confirmed the news.
There's still a long way to go on this one, of course. The Mark Gordon Company is the new custodian of the Narnia films, and it has to decide if it's happy with Magee's screenplay, »
As reported by Deadline, Stanley Kubrick’s written script for The Downslope will now be made into a film series by World War Z and Finding Neverland director Marc Forster, who will serve as producer for all three films and director for the first. Kubrick wrote the script in 1956 after his film Fear and Desire hit theaters, and before he started working on Paths of Glory. The film is said to be “a sweeping, historical action-drama,” according to Deadline, and will revolve around the Civil War. The first film of the trilogy will be based on Kubrick’s script and concept, and the subsequent films will expand on his original ideas and focus on the after-effects of the Civil War.
Kubrick’s death in 1999 has obviously not stopped his ideas from reaching the big screen, as seen with Spielberg’s film A.I. Artificial Intelligence in 2001. That film was brought about »
New Stanley Kubrick movies?! Not just one, but an entire trilogy? Whoa! Cool. Deadline is reporting that Marc Forster, director of Monster's Ball, Finding Neverland, Stranger Than Fiction, The Kite Runner, Quantum of Solace, Machine Gun Preacher and World War Z previously, has signed on to develop a feature film trilogy based on Stanley Kubrick's lost original screenplay The Downslope, that Kubrick wrote in 1956. Forster will direct & produce the first movie in the trilogy, then will only produce the other two, with other directors being lined up (most likely, but as of yet unconfirmed). This will be a "sweeping, historical action-drama" during the Civil War about Confederate Army Col. John S. Mosby who goes after Gen. Custer. The legendary, seminal filmmaker Stanley Kubrick originally wrote the script for The Downslope in 1956, apparently spending years "studying, developing and writing the story." He wrote it after the release of Fear and Desire, »
- Alex Billington
Written in 1956 following the release of Kubrick's allegorical war film “Fear and Desire,” "The Downslope" was a sweeping Civil War action-drama based on historical events. But Kubrick chose to direct instead his Ww I anti-war Oscar-winner “Paths of Glory." "The Downslope" was another cautionary, anti-war tale, that was originally developed with renowned Civil War historian Shelby Foote, who later collaborated with documentarian Ken Burns on his hugely popular PBS series "The Civil War." Forster (“Finding Neverland,” “Monsters Ball") is attached to direct and produce the first in the series and will produce the remaining features. Producers Lauren Selig, Barry Levine and Reneé Wolfe are developing the material with Forster. Selig initiated the project with rights holders Phil Hobbs (“Full Metal Jacket”) and Steve Lanning, who are also producers on the project, which has the full support of the Kubrick »
- Anne Thompson
Lauren Selig (“Lone Survivor”), Barry Levine (“Oblivion”) and Reneé Wolfe (“All I See Is You”) will be producing with Forster. Selig initiated the project with producers/rights holders Phil Hobbs (“Full Metal Jacket”) and Steve Lanning, who are also serving as producers.
The movie has the full support and encouragement of the Kubrick family. Kubrick wrote the script following the release of his allegorical war film “Fear and Desire” and prior to directing his World War I drama “Paths of Glory.” Both films were cautionary, anti-war stories.
“The Downslope” centers on a series of Civil War battles in the Shenandoah »
- Dave McNary
Stanley Kubrick’s original screenplay written in 1956 The Downslope is being developed as a feature trilogy with Marc Forster (Finding Neverland, Monsters Ball, World War Z) attached to direct and produce the first in the series. He will also produce the subsequent features. The Downslope is said to be “a sweeping, historical action-drama” that Kubrick penned following the release of his allegorical war film Fear and Desire, and prior to directing his seminal Ww I period… »
Stranger Than Fiction, a 2006 film from director Marc Forster (Finding Neverland, Monster’s Ball, and World War Z, among others), is a favorite of Mary’s and mine. It that starred Will Farrell in a very atypical Will Farrell role, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah, and Emma Thompson.
The story concerns an IRS auditor named Harold Crick who starts to hear a narrator in his head. The voice turns out to be a world famous author who is writing a story about an IRS auditor named Harold Crick. The author, Karen Eiffel, always kills off her main character at the end of the book. The real Harold’s only hope to survive is to find the reclusive author and convince her not to kill him. Eventually, they meet.
Karen Eiffel, understandably, is freaked to encounter an actual Harold Crick. He’s just as she pictured him. They both know »
- John Ostrander
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John Legend has a lot of people to thank for helping him realize his dreams. Talking about his new song "My Imagination," off of the Finding Neverland album, he opened up in a recent interview, posted today, about who has believed in him and his career since the beginning. Spoiler alert: One of those loyal supporters is Kanye West! Legend is seen casually sitting on a stool in a leather jacket as he smiles and says, "I think it's critical that you have people believe in you. I had people all along the way." Legend continued, "When I moved to New York, I met Kanye, and he signed me to his production company, and really made an investment in launching my career as a solo »
Kelsey Grammer, Kiesza, Jennifer Lopez and Matthew Morrison posed together with the rest of the Finding Neverland cast backstage at the 2015 Tony Awards Sunday night. Finding Neverland At The Tonys While Morrison and Grammer star in the Finding Neverland Broadway musical, both Lopez and Kiesza appear on Finding Neverland the Album along with Nick Jonas. […]
- Chelsea Regan
Scott Rudin is having a good day. While rival Harvey Weinstein didn't even scare up a Tony nomination for his Broadway show "Finding Neverland," veteran theater producer Rudin's "Skylight" starring Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan took home the Tony for Best Drama Revival. And, Variety reported Monday, the top-flight New York-based movie producer (“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Captain Phillips,” “The Social Network,” “True Grit” and “The Queen,” among many others) is bowing to the inevitable and moving into television. Scott Rudin Productions has closed a three-year first-look deal with Fox Networks Group. Rudin will develop and produce TV properties for Fox Broadcasting, FX Networks and National Geographic Channel. Twentieth Century Fox TV will produced Fox projects, while FX Productions will produce for FX Networks and National Geographic Channel. This is a feather in the cap of Fox's Peter Rice, who got to know Rudin well when he was...
- Anne Thompson
Scott Rudin is having a good day. While rival Harvey Weinstein didn't even scare up a Tony nomination for his Broadway show "Finding Neverland," veteran theater producer Rudin's "Skylight" starring Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan took home the Tony for Best Drama Revival. And, Variety reported Monday, the top-flight New York-based movie producer (“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Captain Phillips,” “The Social Network,” “True Grit” and “The Queen,” among many others) is bowing to the inevitable and moving into television. Scott Rudin Productions has closed a three-year first-look deal with Fox Networks Group. Rudin will develop and produce TV properties for Fox Broadcasting, FX Networks and National Geographic Channel. Twentieth Century Fox TV will produced Fox projects, while FX Productions will produce for FX Networks and National Geographic Channel. This is a feather in the cap of Fox's Peter Rice, who got to know Rudin well when he was »
- Anne Thompson
After winning the Best Actress Oscar for Stephen Frears' 2006 "The Queen," Helen Mirren was reluctant to reprise the role but unable to turn down director Stephen Daldry and writer Peter Morgan when they wanted her to topline their Broadway play "The Audience." But it paid off, as Mirren and her costar Richard McCabe both took home acting honors for the play. Meanwhile, veteran Hollywood producer Scott Rudin took home Best Revival of a Play kudos for "Skylight," whose stars Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy walked away empty-handed. Rudin has also produced big Tony winners in the past, including "The Book of Mormon" and last year's revival of "Raisin in the Sun." Though Harvey Weinstein's "Finding Neverland" musical failed to nab any nominations, the movie mogul showed up anyway for Broadway's biggest party. Read More: Watch: Helen Mirren on Playing the Queen Again, and How Al Pacino Inspires Her (Video) Women won. »
- Ryan Lattanzio
While the Tonys were being handed out Sunday night, TVLine wasn’t just watching the awards, we were deciding the winners — or, in some cases, “winners” — in a few categories of our own invention. So which performers and performances from the black-tie back-slap made the cut — and which should have been cut? Read on, find out and — best of all — hit the comments to weigh in yourself!
PhotosCritics’ Choice Television Awards 2015: Allison Janney’s Big Kiss, Taraji’s Cookie Moment and More in Photos
Harvey Weinstein wasn't allowed to forget that Finding Neverland got snubbed. The prolific producer was a frequent punchline throughout the 2015 Tony Awards, as numerous references were made from the stage about the fact that Weinstein's musical based on the 2004 Miramax film failed to land a single nomination heading into theater's biggest night. Co-hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming got things started in their opening monologue by naming the big stars who were nominated but weren't in attendance, including The River's Hugh Jackman, before pointing out that Weinstein was indeed there despite the lack of noms. Read More Tony Award Winners 2015: Full List They
- THR Staff
'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' poster. With Daniel Radcliffe. Rupert Grint. Emma Watson. 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' quiz question: Does state-of-the-art CGI equal movie magic? (Oscar Movie Series) Alfonso Cuarón seems like an odd choice for director of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third installment in the Harry Potter movie series. That is, if one thinks only of Cuarón's pre-Harry Potter sleeper hit, the François Truffaut-esque Y tu mamá también, while ignoring two of his earlier efforts, the critically acclaimed A Little Princess and the moderately respected Great Expectations. This time around, working with a reported $130 million budget (approx. $163 million in 2015), state-of-the-art special effects, and the Harry Potter franchise, Cuarón surely could do no wrong. At the box office, that is. For although Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is stylistically superior to Chris Columbus' previous work in the series, »
- Andre Soares
The pair play women who meet in a support group for mothers who've lost children, and form a connection over Lila's (Davis) grief for her murdered son.
Lila and Eve decide to take the law into their own hands when the police won't help them solve the murder, only to find themselves mixed up with some very dangerous criminals.
Stone shot Lila & Eve on location in Atlanta early last year.
Lila & Eve bows on July 17 in the Us. »
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