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‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Sets Summer Broadway Bow

Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit and Danny Burstein head the cast of the stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's 2001 film, which had a record-breaking Boston tryout engagement earlier this year.

‘Red’: Film Review

Mark Rothko explores the eponymous color in a filmed version of John Logan's Tony-winning play 'Red.'

‘Penny Dreadful’ Revived at Showtime

'Penny Dreadful' has been revived at Showtime with a new story, 'City of Angels,' that explores Mexican-American folklore and is set in 1930s Los Angeles.

Broadway-Bound ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Sets Cast

Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit and Danny Burstein will lead Alex Timbers' production, stepping into roles played onscreen by Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor and Jim Broadbent, respectively.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Da Vinci Biopic Finds Screenwriter

'Skyfall' scribe John Logan will adapt Walter Isaacson's biography about the Renaissance artist for the film from Paramount and Appian Way.

‘Penny Dreadful’ Creator Set as Showrunner on Meryl Streep-J.J. Abrams Series ‘The Nix’ (Exclusive)

John Logan also will executive produce the drama from Warner Bros. Television.

‘Genius’: Berlin Review

Colin Firth plays famed New York literary editor Max Perkins, with Jude Law as his most challenging author, Thomas Wolfe, in theater director Michael Grandage's feature debut.

‘Genius’: Colin Firth Lauds Restrained Literary Editor Max Perkins Amid Today’s “Rampant Exhibitionism”

The cast and creatives of Michael Grandage's directorial debut also noted how Laura Linney helped Jude Law with his American accent and why the film doesn't include female authors of the 1920s.

Emmys: On the Ireland Set of ‘Penny Dreadful’ as Josh Hartnett, Eva Green Reveal Their Biggest Challenges

THR is on the set for season two of Showtime’s first-time Emmy contender, a horror drama that puts Hartnett in Victorian-era London, brings Frankenstein back to life and makes Dorian Gray young again.

Sting Attempts to Rescue ‘The Last Ship’

The rock star will join the cast of his Broadway musical, which has been a commercial underachiever since it opened on Oct. 26

‘The Last Ship’: Theater Review

Sting returns to his childhood home in its dying days as a shipbuilding port in this allegorical musical about hope and redemption

How Three Playwrights Are Making the Jump to Film and TV

Several top writers recount the stage-to-film transition: "I hope I haven't come too late to the game for Marvel"