A Broadway veteran has been cast in a surprising and pivotal role on Showtime’s Homeland.
EW can exclusively report that Tony-winning actress Victoria Clark (stage versions of Sister Act, Cinderella) has shot a top-secret part on the show.
We’re going to reveal who she plays below, but first here’s a big spoiler warning: Do not keep reading if you don’t want to know about an unexpected key character coming this… Continue reading ‘Homeland’ casts Broadway star Victoria Clark in big surprise role
Richard Pryor: Director Lee Daniels is planning to make a biographical movie portrait of the legendary Richard Pryor, and the latest word is that Mike Epps (Sparkle, above) is the front-runner to land the coveted role. Epps had previously been set to play the comedian and actor before he died in 2005, and recently portrayed him in the bio-pic Nina, about the… Continue reading Movie News: Who Will Play Richard Pryor in Bio-pic?; Emma Stone Heads to Broadway; First 'Pride' Trailer
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The late Philip Seymour Hoffman, who, in addition to his extensive and eclectic filmography was also an… Continue reading Broadway Will Dim Its Lights to Honor Philip Seymour Hoffman
Another major role in the final two “Hunger Games” movies has been filled!
Deadline reports that Tony-winning actress Patina Miller has been cast as Commander Paylor in “Mockingjay” parts 1 and 2.
Miller is a Broadway veteran who boasts multiple accolades. She received a Tony nomination for her electrifying turn as Delores… Continue reading 'Mockingjay': Broadway Actress Patina Miller Cast as Commander Paylor
Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), a Philadelphia boxer, is but one step removed from total bum-hood. A once-promising pugili… Read More
Proving that no movie is safe from the musical treatment, “Rocky,” the Oscar-winning classic that made Sylvester Stallone a star, is set to make its Broadway debut.
The new musical, produced by Stallone, premiered last year in Germany and will open on Broadway in February 2014… Continue reading 'Rocky' Musical Heads to Broadway