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Scar Makes Aggressive Advancements Toward Nala in Creepy Deleted ‘Lion King’ Scene

"You know, you really have no choice. I always get what I want," the classic Jeremy Irons villain tells the lioness.

Tonys: James Earl Jones Thanks NYPD in Lifetime Achievement Award Speech

The seasoned actor also thanked his late wife Cecilia Hart "for being such a wonderful companion in my life and in my work, and for being the great co-producer of our son."

Tony Nominations: No Juicy Roles for Actors Over a Certain Age? Try Broadway

The common gripe that screen work gets thinner as actors — women especially — hit middle-age doesn't appear to apply to theater, if this year's nominated performers in their 60s and 70s are any…

Tony Awards: James Earl Jones to Receive Lifetime Achievement Honor

The stage veteran has appeared in 20 Broadway productions since his 1958 debut, winning Tonys for best actor in 1969 for 'The Great White Hope' and in 1987 for 'Fences.'

‘The Gin Game’: Theater Review

James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson share a Broadway stage for the first time in 49 years in D.L. Coburn's 1978 Pulitzer Prize winner.

Broadway’s New Season Takes Shape as Game-Changing Musical ‘Hamilton’ Charges In

George Takei's 'Allegiance,' Gloria Estefan's 'On Your Feet!' and 'The Color Purple' starring Jennifer Hudson will also contribute to a schedule in which diversity casting hits new heights.

Actors Hall of Fame Induction Headed to Ovation TV

The celebration of 15 actors honored for film, TV and theater work will be televised for the first time.

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.

James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson Reunite for ‘The Gin Game’ on Broadway

Nearly fifty years after they first shared the same stage, the Tony winners will star in Leonard Foglia's revival of D.L. Coburn's Pulitzer-winning play.

James Earl Jones Gets “Most Improbable” Musical Tribute from the Drama League

"My character in 'You Can't Take It With You' has a line: 'If this keeps on, I want to live to be 150.' I couldn't say it any better than that."

Berlin: The Works Taking ‘Star Wars’ Doc To EFM

'Elstree 1976' looks at the filming of the George Lucas' very first space adventure in London and the effect it would have on those involved.

Anna Chlumsky to Make Broadway Debut

The Emmy-nominated 'Veep' star will join the ensemble of the comedy revival 'You Can't Take It With You' beginning on Jan. 6, in the role currently being played by Rose Byrne