Larry Kramer’s “The Normal Heart,” which originally was performed at New York City’s Public Theater in 1985, won the 2011 Tony Award for revival of a play. The play is considered to be a literary landmark, contending with the AIDS crisis when few would speak of the disease afflicting gay men, including gays themselves. It remains the longest-running play ever staged at the Public Theater.
In addition… Continue reading Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart Wins Three 2011 Tony Awards
Universal Pictures has launched the newest “web-only” trailer for their upcoming Larry Crowne and you can check it out in the player below.
The video, tweeted last night by writer/director/star Tom Hanks, shows off some of the supporting cast for the first time, including George Takei as one of East Valley Community College’s teachers.
The film, directed by Hanks and written by Hanks and Nia Vardalos. The July 1st dramatic comedy also… Continue reading New Larry Crowne Trailer Debuts
Deadline has confirmed a recent rumor that Peter and Bobby Farrelly are making a deal with Larry David to play Mother Mengele in The Three Stooges .
Mengele is “the unfortunate nun who runs the orphanage where the Stooges grow up and learn to create mayhem.”
David is joining Jane Lynch, who plays Mother Superior, Chris Diamantopoulos, who’s taking on the role of Moe, Will Sasso, who will play Curly… Continue reading Larry David Joining The Three Stooges
Jon Stewart and Larry King may be teaming up for laughs on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. The former host of CNN’s Larry King Live is reportedly in talks to [...]
Well…this was uncomfortable. British journalist Piers Morgan verbally sparred with his CNN predecessor Larry King Wednesday, after the 77-year-old publicly criticized Morgan’s interviewing style and accused the network of “overselling” the Brit’s talents. Ouch. The trouble began with an interview on BBC Radio last week. “He’s good, but not that dangerous. I think they might [...] Continue reading Piers Morgan Larry King Faceoff Over Jibes