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‘Guys and Dolls’ Remake Sets Bill Condon to Direct

Oscar-winning movie musical director Bill Condon has been tapped to direct TriStar’s Guys and Dolls remake. Set in Depression-era New York, the story centers on a high roller and a small-time gambler as they try to lock down a date and a location for a floating craps game. A 1955 movie adaption featured Frank Loesser’s standards, […]

Helen Mirren, Bill Condon on ‘The Good Liar’ and the State of the Theatrical Experience

Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, along with director Bill Condon, discussed their new film, 'The Good Liar,' while trying not to give away any twists.

‘The Greatest Showman’: Film Review

Hugh Jackman plays P.T. Barnum in 'The Greatest Showman,' a family musical inspired by the life of the legendary 19th-century ringmaster, which also features Zac Efron, Michelle Williams and Zendaya.

Box-Office Milestone: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Twirls Past $500M in the U.S.

The live-action update of the classic animated film now ranks No. 8 on the list of all-time top earners domestically, not accounting for inflation.

Bill Condon to Direct ‘A Star Is Born’ Onstage

The Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures musical project, based on the 1954 George Cukor film with Judy Garland and James Mason, is in early development, with a production timeline to be announced.

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Director Says Film’s “Gay Moment” Has Been “Overblown”

"Why is it a big deal?" Bill Condon asked in an interview with 'ScreenCrush.'

‘Beauty and the Beast’: Film Review

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in a tale as old as 26 years, maybe more, in Disney's live-action remake of 1991 animated hit 'Beauty and the Beast.'

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Director on How ‘La La Land’ Is Bringing Musicals Back

Bill Condon reveals how Disney approached the live-action remake and what he learned about WikiLeaks' Julian Assange while helming 2013's 'The Fifth Estate.'

‘Dreamgirls’: Theater Review

'Glee' discovery Amber Riley raises the roof as Effie White, the backup singer with dreams, as director Casey Nicholaw brings the legendary Broadway musical 'Dreamgirls' to London for the first time.

Tonys: ‘American in Paris,’ ‘Fun Home’ Dominate Awards Race (Analysis)

'Something Rotten!' and 'The King and I' also scored high in Tuesday's nominations, in a crop that creates fierce competition for top musical and play honors.

Tony Awards: A 2015 Nominations Wish List

Ahead of Tuesday's announcement, THR's chief theater critic outlines his choices for best of the Broadway season across the top categories.

Ian McKellen’s ‘Mr. Holmes’ Gets Summer Release Date

The new twist on the classic detective tale hits theaters July 17.