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Dolly Parton isn’t shy about dirty jokes. Just ask Jimmy Fallon. But our gal is who she is, from 9 to 5 and every hour in between. Take Friday night for example. Ahead of the Grammy Awards on Sunday, the 73-year-old country superstar was honored as the MusiCares Person of ... More »
On Friday, Universal’s feature adaptation of the Broadway blockbuster Wicked got a new release date: December 22, 2021. Back in 2016, we learned the movie-musical was hitting theaters this December, but according to Deadline, Tom Hooper’s Cats movie took over that date and Wicked changed its production schedule. The film adaptation of ... More »
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has had a few strong outings here and there in its final season, but with this episode marking the two-thirds point, I have to confess that I’m just not enjoying the show as much as I used to, especially the non-musical parts. “I Have to Get Out” really ... More »
After being fired from his position atop CBS last December, following myriad accusations of sexual misconduct that span decades, Les Moonves is getting back to work. According to the New York Times, the disgraced executive hung a new shingle in Los Angeles called Moon Rise Unlimited. It was registered on ... More »
After a strike lasting 33 days, Actors’ Equity has made a deal with producers trade association the Broadway League to give a fraction of successful Broadway shows’ profits to its performers and stage managers. The move is intended to acknowledge the vital role founding cast members play in the development ... More »
It’s morning again in America, because Aquaman fans are getting the spin-off they deserve. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. is working on a movie all about the Trench, the place where more civilized aqua-people are sent to be sacrificed in the briny deep (not to be confused with ... More »
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