April 21, 2013 | 07:00 AM PDT
Talking with Piers Morgan, Hanks says the nerves hit him "about five o'clock in the morning" when he thinks about his upcoming Broadway play Lucky Guy.
So there ya go aspiring actors, even the best of the best still get butterflies!
February 21, 2013 | 01:51 PM PST
A Broadway play spends months, if not years, preparing for its opening night. Scene design, rehearsals, adjustments, etc… so when a lead bails just a month out, it's a serious problem! And that's exactly what bad-boy actor Shia LaBeouf just did to the upcoming play Oprhans. The show, which costars Alec Baldwin, released a statement saying, "Due to creative differences, the producers of Orphans and Shia LaBeouf will be parting ways and he will not be continuing with the production. An announcement on the replacement of the role of Treat will be made shortly." Previews are still schedule to begin on March 19th, with opening night set for April 7th.
Oh Shia, you been weirding us out lately! The whole taking acid for a film, doing the real-life nasty on film, saying you're done with blockbusters… what's going on with you?!!
February 01, 2013 | 10:00 AM PST
30 Rock might be ending, but Tina Fey's career sure isn't. Sitting down with E! News, the SNL alum says reagrding a Mean Girls musical, "I would love to. I am trying to develop it with my husband, who does all the music for 30 Rock and I think Paramount's onboard."
The 2004 teen comedy was a monster hit grossing over $129 million worldwide, and was Lindsay Lohan's breakout adult role.
December 28, 2012 | 07:02 AM PST
Wah wah! Sorry Katie! That Dawson's Creek reunion is seeming more and more like a good idea!
December 24, 2012 | 02:46 PM PST
As a former theater student, I know how totally embarrassing that is! But that's what makes live theater so great.
December 12, 2012 | 07:03 AM PST
December 01, 2012 | 08:59 AM PST
And in the Broadway world, where critics routinely bash one performance after another, these reviews are seemingly outstanding! It must be fantastic!
November 10, 2012 | 01:47 PM PST
Katie Holmes may be worth a few million and use to the finer things in life, but when it comes to her wine the A-list celeb likes the cheap stuff! Talking with the New York Times about her upcoming Broadway play Dead Accounts, Holmes says, "I still think of myself as Midwestern. I mean, I've had box wine...It's good. And it's a lot easier to open."
Ha! While true it's easier to open, I have to disagree that it's good. The Toledo, Ohio native also opens up about her Midwestern roots saying, "I'm like Lorna (Her character in the play) in that my values guide me in an instinctual way, like, 'That feels weird' or 'I better send a thank you.' Also, the Midwestern work ethic: You do what you do, and you don't talk about it."
Love Katie Holmes. Always have, always will. What's your impression of the former Mrs. Tom Cruise?
July 20, 2012 | 05:28 PM PDT
Congrats Katie! We can only imagine how much those ticket prices just went up!
July 05, 2012 | 07:00 AM PDT
Isn't Broadway all about family and tourists and Mary Poppins and The Lion King? I guess women will pay $75-200 for a seat where they can throw away even more money at male dancers???
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