"I want to be known for my talents and my work that I create"
Last month we learned officially that thespian Lindsay Lohan will be making her theatrical stage debut in the David Mamet play Speed-The-Plow in London this September. Today we learn, in a new interview with the BBC, that Lindsay has VOWED that she will NOT MISS a single rehearsal or performance of the play. According to Lohan herself, she is in a place in her life right now where she likes the commitment of appearing live on stage and she is adamant that she will “work” towards shedding her reputation as a tabloid sensation. Uh huh. Right. More »
Yesterday we learned the (horrifying) news that Lindsay Lohan will be making her theatrical debut on the London West End stage this September in a new production of the David Mamet play Speed-The-Plow. Today we get to hear from Lindsay herself about this
exciting news. Lindsay posted a follow-up on her official website after news broke of her involvement in Speed-The-Plow and she sounds really excited by the prospect of performing LIVE on stage … in front of actual people. HMMM. Read what she has to say below. More »
Yes, in an ACTUAL play
Sooooo, I hope you are sitting down right now … cuz if you’re not, you’re gonna need to take a seat — and then fall out of it — when you learn that Lindsay Lohan has been cast to star in the play Speed-The-Plow in London. It has been rumored for a few weeks now that L. Lo would be doing something with the David Mamet play but I never seriously considered that she’d actually appear on stage in the play. But, ’tis true … Lindsay will be making her theatrical stage debut at London’s Playhouse Theatre in September. Ok, you can pick yourself up off the floor now. More »
Back in September of 2012, Jake Gyllenhaal made his debut on the theatrical stage. This December, he will be making his Broadway debut in a play titled Constellations, written by Nick Payne. Those of you who missed seeing Jakey Poo in If There Is I Haven’t Found it Yet back in 2012 now have a second chance to see him on stage later this year. Click below for all the deets. More »
The TV Guide
Yesterday was a really fun day of entertainment. I got to hang out with a few different friends in a few different settings and I got to see both a one-man show and a movie that I have been anxious to see for months. My friend Ben Rimalower has been stunning audiences with his one-man show Patti Issues all over the country and at long last, I was able to see his show for myself last night. I was completely blown away by how good the show is. Wow. Late last night, I met up with friends for an early showing of the new Godzilla movie and … I was so disappointed with how the movie turned out that it pains me to be as brutally honest about the movie as I must be. I guess you have to take the good and take the bad cuz when you take them both you have the facts of life. More »
"he’s an idiot”
The reviews are out for James Franco and Chris O’Dowd in the Broadway play revival of Of Mice and Men. For the most part, the reviews have been favorable. But, The New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley published a review of the play that wasn’t all that positive, at least in terms of James’s performance … which pissed off James Franco greatly. In response to Brantley‘s review, Franco openly referred to him as a “little bitch” and an “idiot”. More »
Yesterday we learned that popsinger Carly Rae Jepsen will be making her Broadway debut next month in the new production Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Today we learn that she will be joined as a Broadway newbie by actors James Franco and Chris O’Dowd who will also be making their debuts on the Great White Way this season. James and Chris will be starring as George and Lennie in a new production of the play Of Mice and Men (adapted from the novella by John Steinbeck). Click below to see the poster artwork for Of Mice and Men, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly magazine, and find out when the play will open on Broadway this year. More »
Back in September we learned that author J.K. Rowling is working on writing a Harry Potter spin-off movie that will focus on minor characters from her hugely successful book series. Today we learn that she is also writing a new stage play that will feature her beloved, most famous character Harry Potter. BUT, lest you think this new play will focus on Harry‘s adventures with witchcraft and wizardry you should know that the play will be a prequel to the events that take place in the very first Harry Potter book. Rowling‘s new Potter project will focus on the character’s days living with his Muggle family before he learned of his magical heritage. More »
The TV Guide
Yesterday was supposed to be a quiet day for me … all I had on my agenda was to be in front of my TV to watch the series finale of Dexter LIVE. But, a few invites from a few friends and my day happily filled up. In the early afternoon, I met up with Tamar and her parents at UCLA for a reading of the play Reasons to be Pretty and then afterward, we met up with Ollie for a mid-afternoon brunch. I was able to watch the finale episode of Dexter before I met up with Courtney and Sebastian at Century City to see the new movie Prisoners. While Court and Seb loved Prisoners, I thought it was only OK. It’s a movie I deffo would recommend to others but it had a few flaws that I think could’ve made the movie so much better. More »
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"For never was a story of more woe ..."
A new production of the William Shakespeare tragedy Romeo and Juliet is headed for Broadway next season and today, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly magazine, we get our first look at the first promo photo released for play which stars actors Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad as the famous star-cross’d lovers. In recent years there have been film versions of the classic story (with a new film on the way) but Romeo and Juliet hasn’t graced the Broadway stage in 36 years … until now. Click below to see the full-size image of Orlando‘s Romeo and Condola‘s Juliet as they stare lovingly into one another’s eyes … and make your plans now, y’all. This is a Broadway production that is NOT to be missed. More »