Theater veterans James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave have been cast in the lead roles in the Broadway adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1989 drama Driving Miss Daisy.The story follows an elderly, widowed Jewish woman of 72, Daisy Werthan, living in mid-20th-century Atlanta. Daisy’s son hires an endearing African-American man, Hoke Colburn, to serve as her
Academy Award-nominated actress Anne Hathaway made her Hollywood debut playing big screen royalty in hit films like Ella Enchanted and The Princess Diaries. Now she’s stepping into a new Cinderella story.Hathway will appear in the film adaptation of David Nicholls’ best-selling British novel One Day, the tale of a working-class woman’s romance with a charming rich
Gary Coleman is keeping his address on Avenue Q. The off-Broadway play that features a character based on the former Diff’rent Strokes actor is planning to keep that character, despite the troubled star’s death of a brain hemorrhage in Utah last Friday.Avenue Q, which features both humans and puppets, is a show about twentysomethings living
Julia Stiles — who became a bona fide teen star appearing alongside Heath Ledger in 1999’s 10 Things I Hate About You — is reportedly in talks to join the next season of Showtime’s Dexter, Entertainment Weekly spilled on Wednesday. While the actress’ potential role is currently under wraps, word is she’s very close to closing
Vanessa Williams has joined the cast of ABC’s Desperate Housewives! Williams — who departed her role as Wilhelmina Slater when the network pulled the plug on Ugly Betty last month — is venturing over to The Alphabet’s other hit dramedy to stir up a ruckus on Wisteria Lane, TV Guide has learned.Just a few weeks ago,
Dr. Drew thinks the “guidos and guidettes” of the season’s biggest reality cyclone — MTV’s Jersey Shore — could benefit from a bit of “professional help.” (Gee Doc, tell us something we don’t know….)And he’s not talking about the kind of treatment that’s often characterized by patients lounging on a sofa in the cozy quaintness of
Popular television actor Ronit Roy has finally done a full-fledged role in a Hindi film titled “Udaan” and is eagerly looking forward to it being screened at the upcoming Cannes Film Fest.
” ‘Udaan’ is a coming of age story about a father and his relationship with his 16-year-old son. It is quite a different film