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Tonys: Revisiting Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and This Season's Shows Already Closed
Tonys: Revisiting Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and This Season's Shows Already Closed
A play starring Hugh Jackman, a musical by Sting and Glenn Close's first Broadway show in 20 years are among more than a dozen productions that have already come and gone but remain eligible for Tony nominations.
Tonys: Who Will Host Broadway's Biggest Night?
Tonys: Who Will Host Broadway's Biggest Night?
THR's awards analyst considers the candidates, including recent hosts Hugh Jackman and Neil Patrick Harris, and new possibilities such as Jim Parsons, James Corden and Stephen Colbert.
Tonys: Catching Up With Last Year's Acting Contenders
Tonys: Catching Up With Last Year's Acting Contenders
THR's awards analyst reports on the recent and upcoming activities of last year's 39 nominated thesps, from Neil Patrick Harris and Idina Menzel, who recently crossed paths at the Oscars, to Lena Hall and James Monroe Iglehart, who are now involved with solo shows.
Oscars: What's the Ideal Size of the Best Picture Category? (Podcast)
Oscars: What's the Ideal Size of the Best Picture Category? (Podcast)
Two distinguished members of the Academy — Marcia Nasatir, the first woman ever to serve as a vice president of production in Hollywood, and Howard Rodman, vice president of WGA West — joined THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg for the third installment of 'The Geezer and The Kid.'
Kristen Stewart Reflects on the "Huge, Booming, F—ing Money-Making Industry" of Celebrity
Kristen Stewart Reflects on the "Huge, Booming, F—ing Money-Making Industry" of Celebrity
The 24-year-old, who recently became the first American actress to win France's equivalent of the Oscar for 'Clouds of Sils Maria,' asks, "Why aren't we [as a society] mentioning the fact that it's so crazy that there are so many people that are so full of it? And why are we consuming them en masse?"
Oscars: 'Going Clear' Leads Host of Strong Doc Contenders From Year's First-Quarter
Oscars: 'Going Clear' Leads Host of Strong Doc Contenders From Year's First-Quarter
Other documentaries that may be remembered at the end of the year include 'Seymour: An Introduction,' 'The Hunting Ground,' 'Ballet 422' and 'Deli Man.'
Peabody Awards: Fred Armisen to Host Drastically Reimagined 74th Edition
Peabody Awards: Fred Armisen to Host Drastically Reimagined 74th Edition
"I want more public awareness of what it is we do," the awards' director told THR, explaining why the ceremony is moving from a weekday lunch to a weekend dinner and why winners of entertainment categories will now be announced on 'GMA' on April 16.
TCM Film Fest: 'Easy Rider' Icon Peter Fonda on Henry, Weed, Motorcycling and the MPAA (Podcast)
TCM Film Fest: 'Easy Rider' Icon Peter Fonda on Henry, Weed, Motorcycling and the MPAA (Podcast)
The 75-year-old Oscar-nominated screenwriter and actor sat down with THR's Scott Feinberg for a wide-ranging, hourlong conversation.
TCM Fest: Shirley MacLaine on Her Best Roles, Witnessing UFOs and Passing on 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (Podcast)
TCM Fest: Shirley MacLaine on Her Best Roles, Witnessing UFOs and Passing on 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (Podcast)
The 80-year-old Oscar and Emmy winner, who was being celebrated at the fest, sat down with THR's Scott Feinberg to discuss her life, career and unique worldview.
On the Eve of 'Sound of Music' Reunion, Julie Andrews Reveals "I Was a Very Sad Little Girl"
On the Eve of 'Sound of Music' Reunion, Julie Andrews Reveals "I Was a Very Sad Little Girl"
A half-century after winning an Oscar for her first film and starring in the biggest blockbuster to that point, the legendary actress, nearing her 80th birthday, reflects on a life that hasn't always been supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Harvey Weinstein Urges Jews to Take on Anti-Semites: "Kick These Guys in the Ass"
Harvey Weinstein Urges Jews to Take on Anti-Semites: "Kick These Guys in the Ass"
"We're gonna have to get as organized as the mafia," the mogul told the audience at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's national tribute dinner, where he was introduced by friend and competitor Jeffrey Katzenberg as "a really nice Jewish boy."
88-Year-Old Oscar Voter Assesses Field After 2015's Bleak First Quarter: "It's Gonna Be a Long Year" (Podcast)
88-Year-Old Oscar Voter Assesses Field After 2015's Bleak First Quarter: "It's Gonna Be a Long Year" (Podcast)
Marcia Nasatir, the first woman ever to serve as a VP of production in Hollywood and a member of the Academy for the past 40 years, rejoined THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg for the second installment of 'The Geezer and the Kid.'