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Can David Cook Become American Idol's First Rock Star?
Blogcritics.org - Aurora,OH,USA - Season 7 American Idol winner David Cook is teaming up with Grammy winning producer Rob Cavallo for his debut album with 19 Recordings/RCA Records. The album is scheduled for release this November. Cavallo is best known for producing Green Day's smash hit American Idiot. Cavallo has also produced albums for Kid Rock, Goo Goo Dolls, My Chemical Romance, and Eric Clapton. He is also working on an upcoming release from The Dave Mathews Band.

Idol has produced one rock star in season five contestant Chris Daughtry, who finished in fourth place on the show. Daughtry's debut album has gone five times
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Posted 8/8/2008 12:08:43 AM | Permalink
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‘Hottest Bachelor’ Lopez laughs about loincloth pose
MSNBC - USA - The headline on People magazine’s annual “Hottest Bachelor” issue says it all: “Mario Lopez Bares All.”

“We thought of this issue kind of as the ‘summer fling,’ ” Julie Jordan, People’s chief correspondent for special issues, told TODAY’s Natalie Morales Wednesday in New York. “We wanted to re-create the sexiest poses in history, so we needed a bachelor who was in really good shape. And I’ve got to say: We made the perfect choice.”

“Some of it’s a little much for morning television,” Morales commented as she paged through the photos of Lopez inside the magazine. A prime example is Lopez’ re-creation
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Posted 6/18/2008 10:06:05 AM | Permalink
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OnQ: American Idol finalist gives benefit concerts
Evanston Review - Evanston, IL, USA - Brooke Barrettsmith, a 2006 "American Idol" finalist, will perform in concert at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. June 7 at St. Mary Parish Center, 236 U.S. Highway 45 in Indian Creek, Ill. Proceeds will benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and the Michael Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation in Chicago. Barrettsmith's uncle, H. Sraten Barrettsmith, is a five-year pancreatic cancer survivor. Tickets are $20 each, or three for $50, and are available online at www.pancan.org/brookebarrettsmith. Tickets are free for pancreatic cancer survivors, as well as active-duty military personnel.

Women honored

The B'nai B'rith International Midwest Region will honor eight Chicago Jewish women at
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Celebrities : Brooke Barrettsmith
Categories : Reality shows, Entertainment news, American Idol, Celebrity Appearances
Posted 6/5/2008 12:06:18 AM | Permalink
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Dancers judge the judging on 'Dancing'
Los Angeles, CA, USA - The highest scores of the season on "Dancing with the Stars" were given Monday night.

Who's upset with the judges? And it's not just one person. Who's feeling the love? And who scored the season's first perfect score?

The judges handed out some 10s, but some of the contestants are giving them much lower scores.

Before Kristi Yamaguchi and Mark Ballas were jumping for joy, they were jiving for the judges.

"It was so fun out there," said Yamaguchi. "I don't think we could have had much more fun. And we were smiling and having a blast and so to get the 30 is
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Celebrities : Marissa Jaret Winokur, Mark Ballas, Jason Taylor, Kristi Yamaguchi, Marlee Matlin, Shannon Elizabeth
Categories : Entertainment news, Reality shows, Dancing with the Stars, Celebrity Appearances, Celebrity News
Posted 4/22/2008 12:04:05 AM | Permalink
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Jennifer Cody, Jennifer Simard & More Join the Cast of Shrek
Broadway.com - New York, NY, USA - Additional casting for the upcoming Broadway production of Shrek the Musical has been announced. Jennifer Cody (Urinetown, The Pajama Game) and Jennifer Simard (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) are among the new cast members joining Brian d'Arcy James as Shrek, Sutton Foster as Princess Fiona, Christopher Sieber as Lord Farquaad, Chester Gregory II as Donkey, John Tartaglia as Pinocchio and Kecia Lewis-Evans as The Dragon. After a pre-Broadway run at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre in August, Shrek will begin previews at the Broadway Theatre on November 8, with opening night set for December 14, directed by Jason Moore.

Other
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Celebrities : Jennifer Simard, Jennifer Cody, Jackie Mason
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Posted 4/21/2008 04:04:22 AM | Permalink
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Alicia Silverstone playing bad mom in ABC pilot
Alicia Silverstone
Reuters - USA - Alicia Silverstone, who starred in NBC's short-lived 2003 series "Miss Match," is eyeing a return to the small screen in ABC's hot comedy pilot "Bad Mother's Handbook."

She will play a 32-year-old woman too busy taking care of her 16-year-old daughter Alia (Shawkat) and 48-year-old mother.

Silverstone, who recently starred in David Mamet's "Speed the Plow" at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, is perhaps best known for her lead role as a pampered Beverly Hills schoolgirl in the 1995 teen comedy feature "Clueless."
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Posted 4/21/2008 02:04:36 AM | Permalink
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Ben Stein's Expelled Has Strong Opening Weekend
CitizenLink - Colorado Springs, CO, USA - Ben Stein's new documentary, Expelled, which chronicles the censorship of teachers, professors and students who question the theory of Darwinian evolution, performed well at the box office over the weekend.

It's a message that garnered Dr. James Dobson's endorsement and seems to resonate with Americans. The documentary, which opened Friday at 1,000 theaters nationwide, brought in $3.2 million. It finished fifth overall in per-theater earnings, according to Box Office Mojo.

Tom Neven, editorial director for Youth Outreach at Focus on the Family, called it a "very good showing."

"It shows that thousands of Americans decided to ignore the propaganda being put forth by
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Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:52 AM | Permalink
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Paula Abdul: I Want to Dance With the Stars!
OK! Magazine - New York, NY, USA - As if being a judge on American Idol isn't enough for singer (and dancer, and choreographer) Paula Abdul, she now tells OK! that there’s a possibility she might be crossing to the other side of the table to compete on the next season of Dancing With the Stars!

“I’m just hypothetically thinking about it,” Paula revealed to OK! after sitting in on Monday's taping of the hit ABC reality competition. And, despite being on a competing network (Idol airs on Fox), she claims there would be no conflict with her show. “There’s a thing called the ‘off-season,’ I think.”

Last month, DWTS
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Celebrities : Marissa Jaret Winokur, Mark Ballas, Jason Taylor, Shannon Elizabeth, Paula Abdul, Kristi Yamaguchi, Marlee Matlin
Categories : Dancing with the Stars, Entertainment news, Reality shows, American Idol, Celebrity Appearances, Celebrity News
Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:43 AM | Permalink
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Sam Mendes comedy adds cast
Hollywood Reporter - United States - Jeff Daniels and Catherine O'Hara have joined the cast of helmer Sam Mendes' romantic comedy for Universal's Focus Features, which starts production this week in Connecticut.

The as-yet named film, which stars Maya Rudolph and John Krasinski, follows the journey of an expectant couple traveling the U.S. in search of the right place to put down their roots and raise a family. Mendes is directing off an original screenplay by Dave Eggers ("Where the Wild Things Are") and his wife, novelist Vendela Vida.

Allison Janney, Cheryl Hines and Toni Collette also star. Rounding out the cast are Carmen Ejogo ("Lackawanna Blues"), Jim
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Celebrities : John Krasinski, Jeff Daniels, Maya Rudolph, Catherine O'Hara
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Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:29 AM | Permalink
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Production Begins on New Sam Mendes Comedy
ComingSoon.net - USA - Production has started in Connecticut this week on an untitled contemporary comedy directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty) from an original screenplay by Dave Eggers and Vendela Vida. The film is being produced and co-financed by Big Beach, with Focus Features co-financing and distributing worldwide.

The untitled movie follows the journey of an expectant couple, as they travel the U.S. in search of a place to put down roots and raise a family. John Krasinski ("The Office") and Maya Rudolph ("Saturday Night Live") star as the parents-to-be. Rounding out the cast are Toni Collette (Little Miss Sunshine), Jeff
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Celebrities : John Krasinski, Jeff Daniels, Maya Rudolph, Catherine O'Hara
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Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:19 AM | Permalink
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Tribeca hopes for rebound after criticism last year
The Associated Press - - In 2007, the Tribeca Film Festival underwent a modern-day rite of passage: the backlash.

Co-founded by Robert De Niro after Sept. 11 to help heal his Manhattan neighborhood, the festival had previously enjoyed a thankful reception. But as it expanded further into New York and the number of screenings quintupled, some began to resent Tribeca's growth into the already crowded festival circuit.

"You can't please everybody," De Niro said in a recent interview. "If everything's going nicely, there's always going to be somebody to say something."

The seventh annual festival, which opens Wednesday night with the premiere of the Tina Fey comedy "Baby
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Celebrities : Lou Reed, Errol Morris, Mario Van Peebles, Sissy Spacek, Gloria Estefan
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Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:18 AM | Permalink
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Ford, Lucas, Spielberg on risky quest for treasure
George Lucas
Los Angeles Times - CA, USA - The Indiana Jones series is known for its cliffhangers. But the real cliffhanger in the long-awaited upcoming sequel is when -- and perhaps even if -- the famous filmmakers and the star will make money.

That's because before executive producer George Lucas, director Steven Spielberg and leading man Harrison Ford get their hands on any treasure, Paramount Pictures will need to collect $400 million in revenue to recover all its costs and make a sizable fee to distribute "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."

If that seems like a no-brainer, consider the norm in Hollywood, where top-tier filmmakers and
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Celebrities : George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford
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Posted 4/21/2008 12:04:05 AM | Permalink
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Dov Davidoff is a treasure amid ruins; a new comedy CD and future on film
Monsters and Critics.com - USA - Dov Davidoff is one of those rare comics that can straddle more than one creative discipline and do it well.

His stand-up features a bemused and at times laconic delivery lashing out at things that just don’t add up right.

The Jersey boy grew up a little too loose and fast in a junkyard, and reportedly lost his virginity at age twelve with a prostitute in Mexico. Davidoff is the child of a free-spirited academic mother, a source of much of his material, along with a funny father who imprinted many of Dov’s life lessons early on.

Dov has managed to build a
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Posted 4/19/2008 07:04:31 PM | Permalink
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Tim Robbins film "NOISE" debuts in Sedona on Apr 29
Tim Robbins
Sedona.biz - Sedona, AZ, USA - The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Arizona premiere of “Noise,” starring Tim Robbins, William Hurt and William Baldwin. There will be two screenings of the film at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 at Harkins Sedona Six Theatres.

The Sedona screenings of “Noise” are presented two weeks before the film’s theatrical release in New York and Los Angeles. “Noise” is the second film in a five-week series presented by the film festival every Tuesday through May 20th.

“Our audiences have a chance to see this film first before the big cities thanks to our relationship with
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Posted 4/19/2008 12:04:34 AM | Permalink
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Jackie Chan and Jet Li Talk About ‘Forbidden Kingdom’
Hollywood Today Newsmagazine - Los Angeles, CA, USA - “The first two takes were so fast that everybody had to tell us to slow down or they’d have to use slow motion,” says Jackie Chan.

‘The Forbidden Kingdom’ is the first time Jackie Chan and Jet Li have starred in the same movie. “First day, we’re on the set, there’s two stunt guys doing demonstration. We stand and look. I’m a fast learner. I’ve been doing stunts for years. I say, ‘Ok, let’s shoot without rehearsal’. I look at Jet Li. Jet Li say, ‘Ok, let’s shoot’. I want to show off quick. He wants to show off quick. I
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Celebrities : Jet Li, Jackie Chan
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Posted 4/18/2008 12:04:53 AM | Permalink
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New Indiana Jones TV Spot Online
Cinema Blend - USA - Paramount has wasted no time using that handly little Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull widget to deliver new content to greedy little Indiana Jones fans. Right on the heels of the marketing tool comes the first TV spot, which isn’t as cool as a full length trailer but still gives us a little bit more of a taste of what’s to come.

Unseen previously: more of the dynamic between Shia LaBeouf and Harrison Ford, more of that jeep fight scene, including a shot of the two aquatic vehicles traveling perilously close to the edge of a cliff
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Posted 3/29/2008 11:03:01 PM | Permalink
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New TV Spot For Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
/FILM - Natick, MA, USA - A new TV spot is now online for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and it’s moderately superior to last month’s clunky teaser trailer. The “genius” line between Harrison Ford and a stiff-haired Shia LaBeouf has the kind of smart ass pop that the classic adventure franchise warrants. Also, notice that the scene most snarked at by fanboys in the original trailer, where Indiana Jones fell ass-first into the windshield of a moving vehicle and awkwardly punched out a goon, has been replaced, wisely, by a Steven Spielberg credit. Otherwise, nothing much new here.

Not sure why the
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Celebrities : Shia LaBeouf, Harrison Ford
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Posted 3/29/2008 09:03:25 AM | Permalink
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Paramount welcomes new director
Rutland Herald - Rutland, VT, USA - Bruce Bouchard has worked with a number of recognizable names as an actor and theater director over the years.

Next week, he will begin a new job at the most recognized theater in Rutland County.

The Paramount Theatre Board of Directors announced Friday that Bouchard will begin work Tuesday as the theater's executive director. He replaces former director Tim Marceau, who left the Paramount last month after a three-month stint as director.

Paramount Board of Directors President Laurie Mecier said board members sorted through 16 candidates — whom she said were all exceptionally qualified — before deciding on Bouchard.

During his 30-year career in
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Celebrities : James Gandolfini, Bruce Bouchard, Felicity Huffman, Jimmy Fallon
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Posted 3/29/2008 12:03:34 AM | Permalink
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Hayden Panettiere, Wolfgang Puck and 'Year of the Dog' take awards
The Envelope - Los Angeles, CA, USA - This couldn't have come as a major surprise: "Year of the Dog," a movie about a woman who segues from pet-lover to animal rights activist, was named feature film of the year at the 22nd annual Genesis Awards, presented by the Humane Society of the United States to honor media presentations of animal protection issues.

The comedy, written and directed by Mike White, was praised for its "quirky yet ultimately compassionate portrait" of the activist (played by Molly Shannon), whose transformation provided audiences with what the Human Society called a primer on "key animal protection issues."

Perhaps more surprising was the Humane
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Posted 3/29/2008 12:03:17 AM | Permalink
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Color Purple, Happy Days head new Broadway series
Chazz Palminteri
OnMilwaukee.com - Milwaukee, USA - The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts announced its new Broadway Across America -- Milwaukee series for 2008-'09.

It includes the Wisconsin premiere of "Oprah Winfrey Presents The Color Purple," "Happy Days -- A New Musical," set in Milwaukee and based on the beloved television series, "A Bronx Tale" starring Oscar-nominated Chazz Palminteri, the 30th anniversary production of "A Chorus Line" and the Milwaukee return of "The Phantom of the Opera."

"Oprah Winfrey's The Color Purple" opens the new series Aug. 12-17.

"Audiences are in for a real treat this season," says Tom Gergerich, Executive Vice President of the Marcus Center for the
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Posted 3/28/2008 12:03:24 PM | Permalink
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Famed director to attend this year's Ebertfest
Urbana/Champaign News-Gazette - Champaign, IL, USA - Acclaimed director and University of Illinois graduate Ang Lee is one of the highlights of the 10th annual Ebertfest at the Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign.

The film festival, hosted by noted film critic, Urbana native and UI grad Roger Ebert, takes place April 23 to 27. Other guests scheduled to appear at the festival, with films hand-picked by Ebert, include director Paul Schrader, actor Joey Pantoliano, a return performance by the Alloy Orchestra, director William Forsyth, actress Christine Lahti, actress Aida Turturro, choreographer Tricia Brouk and more.
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Posted 3/28/2008 09:03:18 AM | Permalink
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Carson Daly on Future of Television
Carson Daly
Digital Podcast News - Long Beach, CA, USA - A traditional media guy by day and a new media student by night, Carson Daly spoke at Future of Television.

He describes how due to budget constraints he has had to figure out how to make his show work at 5 times the productivity of other shows. The tools and skills of the online content creators have proven that it can be done. Quality TV can be made for much less.

As for TV, it’s not dead. That’s crap.

Every one of those kids dancing in front of their webcams wants to be on TV.

Carson describes the early days of cable when shows
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Posted 3/28/2008 01:03:16 AM | Permalink
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Pilot Casting: Leading Ladies for 'Spaced,' 'Can Openers'
Zap2it.com - USA - The latest TV gig for familiar face Sara Rue leads Friday's (March 28) round of FOX and CBS casting news.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rue will play the lead in the transplanted British format "Spaced."

Rue and Josh Lawson will play strangers who pretend to be married to get the apartment of their dreams, leading to inevitable hilarity.

Best known from "Popular" and "Less Than Perfect," Rue most recently appeared on multiple episodes of CBS' "Two and a Half Men." Last pilot season Rue starred in FOX's "Nurses."

Also at FOX, Bert Belasco ("Dash 4 Cash") will co-star will Bernie Mac in the
Sara Rue
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Posted 3/28/2008 12:03:51 AM | Permalink
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Making the Band 4 stars talk about their future plans and musical encounters
Vanguard Online (subscription) - Waltham, MA, USA - One might expect that being on the phone with Aundrea Fimbres would be daunting, but from her tour bus Aundrea comes across just like your best friend. Perhaps the familiarity comes from watching the MTV show "Making the Band," which Aundrea and her group Danity Kane have been involved with for several seasons. The most recent "Making the Band 4" chronicles their efforts on their sophomore album and their relationship with Diddy's newest venture, Day26.

Anyone who has watched the show knows what a big song selection was to the group, and when I asked Aundrea if the group was able
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Posted 3/27/2008 12:03:32 AM | Permalink
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Falco, Latessa and Cavenaugh Join Lineup of 'Harvey' Event
Broadway World - New York, NY, USA - Three-time Emmy Award-winner Edie Falco, Tony Award-winner Dick Latessa, Tony Award-nominee Brooks Ashmanskas and A Catered Affair’s Matt Cavenaugh have joined the line-up of performers participating in the upcoming New York Times ‘TimesTalk event,’ “Harvey & Family,” celebrating the career of four-time Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein, at the new TimesCenter (242 West 41st St.) on Tuesday, April 1st at 6:00 p.m.

The evening, a conversation between Fierstein and moderator, the journalist Jesse Green, will feature readings and performances from Fierstein’s plays and musicals, including his latest, A Catered Affair, for which he wrote the book and also stars. A Catered
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Celebrities : Dick Latessa, Brooks Ashmanskas, Harvey Fierstein, Edie Falco
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Posted 3/26/2008 04:03:02 AM | Permalink
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Whoopi Goldberg to produce revival of Ntozake Shange's play
Whoopi Goldberg
DailyIndia.com - Jacksonville, FL, USA - Whoopi Goldberg is set to co-produce the first Broadway revival of Ntozake Shange's 1976 play 'For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf.'

And she is also co-producing new Rialto-bound tuner 'Bricktop -- Queen of the Night,' about a cabaret owner in the 1920s and '30s, reports Variety.

Helmed by Shirley Jo Finney and choreographed by Hinton Battle, 'For Colored Girls,' will star India.Arie.

The show, which Goldberg co-produces with DreamTeam Entertainment Group, aims to start previews in mid-July for an early August opening.

The announcement of Goldberg's association with the project was timed to an Actors Fund benefit performance of
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Posted 3/26/2008 12:03:14 AM | Permalink
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Fast Chat: James Earl Jones
Newsday - Long Island, NY, USA - When James Earl Jones takes the stage as Big Daddy in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," the Broadhurst Theatre fairly trembles. For all the fussin' and flitterin' of Maggie (Anika Noni Rose), Mae (Lisa Arrindell Anderson), Big Mama ( Phylicia Rashad), Gooper ( Giancarlo Esposito) and the liquored-up Brick (Terrence Howard), it's the old lion Big Daddy who's large and in charge.

Since the beloved, Oscar-nominated and Emmy- and Tony Award-winning Jones can class up a "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins" (2008), it's not surprising that in a Tennessee Williams classic, he's as smooth and potent as a mint julep. Known
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Posted 3/16/2008 12:03:51 AM | Permalink
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Arts and Entertainment For 'Steel Magnolias,' a Return to Stage Roots
New York Times - United States - I don’t know if Kelly Bishop has a fan club, but I may start one. From the first time I saw her, as the brittle Sheila in the first Broadway production of “A Chorus Line” (for which she won a well-deserved Tony Award), through her seven television seasons as Emily Gilmore, self-assured rich Hartford lady, on “Gilmore Girls,” Ms. Bishop exudes the kind of cool, matter-of-fact confidence that eludes most of us. And here she is, at the Paper Mill Playhouse, playing Clairee in a likable new production of Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias.”

Clairee, the well-dressed widow of a small-town Louisiana
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Celebrities : Kelly Sullivan, Shirley MacLaine, Sally Field, Olympia Dukakis
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Posted 3/16/2008 12:03:31 AM | Permalink
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Martha Stewart's 500th episode
Los Angeles Times - CA, USA - DOES she need an introduction? Martha Stewart, lifestyle queen of television, magazines, books and just plain living, has prepared for the future. She's hit the Internet, video-on-demand, bought Emeril Lagasse's TV and cookbook franchise and is providing a food line through Costco. "The Martha Stewart Show" will air its 500th episode Thursday. We talked to her -- she was on speakerphone in her offices -- just after yoga.

How's your day?

It's on its way. Partially over.

So how is yoga going after last year's hip surgery?

Oh, it was very excellent. I have no ill effects from the surgery whatsoever.

That's marvelous. What's your
Martha Stewart
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Posted 3/16/2008 12:03:08 AM | Permalink
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Kimberly Peirce finds boys who cry
Kimberly Peirce
Los Angeles Times - CA, USA - IT is difficult to separate writer-director Kimberly Peirce's new film, "Stop-Loss," from a joke host Jon Stewart made in his monologue at the Oscars. Noting the poor box office performances in 2007 of Iraq-war-related films like "Redacted," "Rendition" and "In the Valley of Elah," Stewart issued a tongue-in-cheek, President Bush-like call for a surge of war movies.

"Withdrawing the Iraq movies would only embolden the audience," he deadpanned. "We cannot let the audience win."

He has a point. Hollywood's concerted if doomed attempts to meet the country's state of mind have yet to yield a coherent movie experience. Peirce would say that
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Posted 3/16/2008 12:03:05 AM | Permalink
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