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The Standout Looks From This Year's BAFTAs Red Carpet

Awards season is well and truly underway, and along with the celebration of leading talent, moving films, and gripping television comes a glittering red carpet. Lady Gaga set the precedent for show-stopping red carpet moments with her "Shallow blue" gown at the Emmys, but what can we expect from the BAFTAs this evening?From the feminine and frilly to classic old school Hollywood glamour, by way of statement-making two-piece suits, here's what our favourite stars wore to the 72nd British Academy...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, London, Viola Davis, David Bowie, Kate Middleton, Lady Gaga, Stella Mccartney, Rachel Weisz, Les Miserables, Amy Adams, Mary J Blige, Margot Robbie, Cate Blanchett, Jimmy Choo


New ‘Sesame Street’ Movie is a Musical That Gets Lost in New York

Late last year, we learned about a new Sesame Street movie in development. The project was intended to be the first theatrically released big screen adaptation of the popular children’s television show since Elmo in Grouchland in 1999, so it’s going to be a big deal. Anne Hathaway was being courted to star in the movie set up at Warner Bros. Pictures, and now she’s not only confirmed, but production could start late this summer. Plus, we have details on the Sesame Street movie’s story, thanks t...
Tags: New York, Movies, Sesame Street, New York City, Big Bird, Anne-Hathaway, Pbs, Portlandia, Les Miserables, Warner Brothers, Warner Bros Pictures, Jonathan Krisel, Grouchland, Waylon Jennings, Kevin McCallister, John Mulaney


A Week In Brooklyn, NY, On A $156,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a writer/producer working in entertainment who makes $156,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on Origins eye cream.Occupation: Writer /ProducerIndustry: EntertainmentAge: 35Location: Brooklyn, New YorkSalary: $156,000Paycheck Amount (2...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, South Park, Rihanna, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Broad City, Iceland, Les Miserables, Hulu, Virgo, Grand Rapids, Welp, David Sedaris, Burt


10 Things We Learned on the Set of ‘The Magicians’ Season 4

Real talk: The Magicians is one of the most jam-packed series on TV and has been since it debuted in 2015. As die hard fans know, there’s always a wrench being thrown into the plans of the students at Brakebills, the home base of our core group of characters who’ve gone from young magicians-in-training to queens and kings to people who have grappled with personal conflict as they fight to save the world. To put things lightly, there’s been a whole lot going on—including fascist librarians, evi...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Mississippi, Syfy, The Magicians, Features, Library, Vancouver, Les Miserables, Alice, Penny, Einhorn, Margo, McNamara, Gupta, Hale


The Morning Watch: Creating the Millennium Falcon for ‘Solo’, Hidden CGI in Movies & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, dive into the making of the Millennium Falcon by Industrial Light and Magic for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Plus, learn about hidden digital visual effects you never noticed in movies like Gone Girl and Brokeba...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Ben Affleck, Netflix, Andy-Serkis, Magic, Les-Miserables, Gone Girl, Brokeback Mountain, Tyler Perry, Mowgli, Lando Calrissian, Star-Wars, Video Of The Day, Iron Man 3, Planet-of-the-Apes


The BBC’s ‘Les Miserables’: Adapting a French Classic for the Modern World

Viewers tuning into the new “Les Miserables” series will see a very new, very modern take on the 150-year-old French classic. The team behind the lavish BBC and Masterpiece television adaptation are sticking to Victor Hugo’s story, but have ignored the famous musical and have embraced an ethnically diverse cast, as well as regional British […]
Tags: News, Global, Bbc, Les Miserables, David Oyelowo, Dominic West, Victor Hugo, Modern World, Lily Collins, PBS Masterpiece


Les Misérables: Andrew Davies on his Welsh roots

Screenwriter Andrew Davies on his Welsh roots and undiminished desire to develop new characters.
Tags: News, Les Miserables, Andrew Davies


13 concerts that are going to be totally worth seeing in 2019

This has been a huge year for concerts and music of all genres in Southern California. From ginormous, multi-day festivals and spectacular one-offs, elaborate tours that stopped in a variety of local stadiums, clubs and amphitheaters and hard-to-get-into, exclusive small-venue experiences, music fans turned out in droves to catch these performances. Whether it was the double-header of hip-hop/R&B king and queen Jay-Z and Beyoncé at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the first headlining arena show from ...
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Jay Z, Church, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Wings, Things To Do, Soccer, Egypt, Ozzy Osbourne, Ariana Grande, Broadway, Hugh Jackman, Elton John


Trailer Round-Up: ‘You Might Be The Killer’, ‘King of Thieves’, ‘Future Man’, ‘Replicas’, and More

It’s the most wonderful tiiiiiiiime of the year: trailer round-up time. What’s that under your Christmas tree? It’s a trailer, covered in shiny gift-wrap! And look – there’s another one, in the far back corner, covered in douglas fir needles. I count eight different trailers underneath your tree, and you can metaphorically unwrap and watch ’em all below. (Don’t worry about how I know what’s under your tree. That’s not important right now.) You Might Be The Killer First up is a movie tha...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, House Of Cards, Russell Crowe, Seth Rogen, Michael Caine, Christian Bale, Alyson Hannigan, Pbs, Movie Trailers, Jim Broadbent, Les Miserables, Michael Gambon, Hulu, Keanu Reeves, Dominic West


Riverside to sell DPA Microphones to RCF Group

The Riverside Company has agreed to sell DPA Microphones to RCF Group. No financial terms were disclosed. DPA is a Danish maker of high-end microphones. PRESS RELEASE CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Riverside Company has signed a definitive agreement to sell DPA Microphones (DPA), an Allerød, Denmark-based developer and manufacturer of high-end microphones, to RCF Group (RCF). DPA’s products are trusted by demanding professional users across the world for use in theater, broadcast, live and studio...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Trends, Bbc, Pwc, Broadway, M&a, Nielsen, Les Miserables, Celine Dion, Riverside, DPA, EBITDA, Langer, DPA Microphones, Riverside Company


BBC's Les Misérables will be VERY different to the musical film

After weeks of waiting, the BBC has finally released several images of it's...
Tags: Bbc, Les Miserables


Why the Two-Hour Movie is Dead, According to ‘Avengers 4’ Directors the Russo Brothers

Do you miss when movies were under two hours and you hadn’t lost half of your night to the black hole of the darkened movie theater? Well too bad, because according to the Russo Brothers, the directors of Avengers: Infinity War and the upcoming Avengers 4, the two-hour movie is dead. Huzzah. It seems like with every passing year, movies are getting longer. It’s no longer an anomaly for a blockbuster to be nearly three hours long, with movies like The Dark Knight Rises, Les Miserables, and Th...
Tags: Movies, Les Miserables, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Russo brothers, Russo, Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, MCU, Avengers 4, Run Time, Russo Brothers Avengers, Anthony And Joe Russo


‘Sesame Street’ Movie Wants Anne Hathaway to Hang Out With Some Puppets

Anne Hathaway might soon be asking, “Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?” The actress is being eyed for the lead role in the Sesame Street movie being produced by Warner Bros. Hathaway will be playing a human character, so don’t expect to see her running around in puppet-form. Portlandia co-creator Jonathan Krisel is directing the film inspired by the classic educational children’s television series that’s been on the air since 1969.  Collider has the news about Anne Hathaway joining...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sesame Street, Fox, Muppets, Anne-Hathaway, Bird, Warner Bros, Portlandia, Les Miserables, Sally, Gordon Robinson, Hathaway, Jonathan Krisel, Collider, Grouchland


Prince Musical In The Works: Artist’s Songs To Be Turned Into A Movie, But It Won’t Be A Biopic

Step aside, Purple Rain: another Prince musical is on the way. Universal Pictures has acquired the rights to several songs from the acclaimed musician who died in 2016, and the studio is currently developing a musical that will utilize those classic Prince tracks to tell an original, fictional story. But unlike the 1984 rock musical Purple Rain, this movie won’t involve biographical elements of Prince’s real life. Read more about the new Prince musical below. Variety reports that the Prince ...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Selma, Universal, Batman, Prince, Musical, Les Miserables, Abba, Mia, Ava Duvernay, George Michael, Universal Pictures, Troy Carter, Mamma Mia, Langley


BBC’s Les Misèrables Trailer Features Lily Collins and Olivia Colman

BEGIN SLIDESHOW BBC’s Les Misèrables trailer features Lily Collins and Olivia Colman The BBC has released the official trailer for their series adaptation of Victor Hugo’s 19th century classic novel Les Misérables, giving us a glimpse of what to expect from the upcoming epic six-part drama. It is scheduled to debut in 2019. Check out the video below! The miniseries stars Lily Collins (Okja) as Fantine, Olivia Colman (The Favorite) as Madame Thénardier , David Oyelowo (Selma) as Javert, ...
Tags: TV, Movies, France, China, Bbc, United Kingdom, Harvey Weinstein, Broadway, Hugh Jackman, TV News, Anne Hathaway, Olivia Colman, Les Miserables, Andrew Davies, Bbc Studios, Netflix BBC


‘Mary Poppins Returns’, ‘Aquaman’ Box Office Tracking Points to a Very Merry Christmas for Both Films

Mary Poppins Returns and Aquaman are hitting theaters one week apart leading up to Christmas, and both are headed towards a very happy holiday season indeed at the box office. Both films offer something for everyone: Mary Poppins Returns will appeal to families, musical fans, and people who want to watch Emily Blunt use magic on children. Meanwhile, Aquaman has the market cornered on superhero and action lovers, as well as folks who really want to see how bad Amber Heard‘s wig looks in action. ...
Tags: Amazon, London, Movies, Nicole Kidman, Sequels, Rob Marshall, Russell Crowe, Justice League, Box Office, Warner Bros, Musical, Les Miserables, Tom Hooper, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Michael


This Is How Much Priyanka Chopra & Nick Jonas Are Worth

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's blink-and-you'll-miss-it whirlwind relationship progression is finally culminating this Saturday, December 1 (at least we think!), in the wedding we have all been waiting for. While it won't be live-streamed like the royal weddings of 2018 (even though, ahem, it should be), we are giving the Jonas-Chopra nuptials the royal treatment and tallying up their soon-to-be combined net worth once they are bound in holy matrimony.After bouncing onto the scene in 2005 as ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Nick Jonas, India, Queens, Les Miserables, Bollywood, Unicef, Jonas, Forbes, Priyanka Chopra, Quantico, Chopra, Jonas Brothers, Lawrence KS


Hugh Jackman’s ‘The Man. The Music. The Show’ will come to the Hollywood Bowl in July

Wolverine, er, actor Hugh Jackman is going to headline two evenings at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. He’ll probably leave his claws at home, but the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning performer announced his first world tour dubbed The Man. The Music. The Show. He’ll be performing hits from “The Greatest Showman,” “Les Misérables” and a collection of Broadway and film classics all backed by a live orchestra. Tickets (price range TBA) for the shows go on sale at 10 ...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables, Concerts, Golden Globe, Hollywood Bowl, Tony Award, Kate Leopold


Hugh Jackman Announces 2019 World Tour to Perform Songs from ‘The Greatest Showman’ & More

If you like the musical stylings of Hugh Jackman more than you like seeing him brandish claws as Wolverine, then we have some news that will absolutely thrill you. On The Today Show this morning, Hugh Jackman announced that he will embark on a world tour in 2019 with a new one-man musical show called The Man. The Music. The Show., where fans can see him perform songs from films like The Greatest Showman and Les Miserables, as well as songs from musicals like The Boy from Oz and Oklahoma. Hug...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Australia, Boston, Berlin, New York City, Toronto, Los Angeles, Events, Atlanta, Chicago, Fox, Cologne, Glendale, Washington Dc


Hugh Jackman to tour with songs from The Greatest Showman

The Wolverine star will also perform songs from Les Miserables and other Broadway shows.
Tags: News, Broadway, Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables


Jason Derulo Joins Tom Hooper’s Cats Musical Adaptation

Jason Derulo joins Tom Hooper’s Cats musical adaptation Following the recent casting of Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect) as Jennyanydots, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that singer-songwriter Jason Derulo has signed on to join the ensemble cast of Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats. This will mark Derulo’s first acting debut in a feature film. He is set to portray the character of a rebellious feline named Rum Tum Tugger. Derulo is best known for his hits songs such...
Tags: UK, Movies, Cats, Royal Ballet, Broadway, Idris Elba, Les Miserables, Tom Hooper, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Dame Judi Dench, Ian Mckellen, Wilson, Jason Derulo, Gus, Jennifer Hudson, Lloyd Webber


Rebel Wilson Joins Cats Musical Adaptation

Rebel Wilson joins Cats musical adaptation According to Deadline, Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson has been tapped to join the ensemble cast of Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats. Wilson is set to portray the role of Jennyanydots, an old lazy Gumbie cat who is known to spend her days seeking out the warm and sunny spots as she sits and sleeps all day long. However, when the night comes, Jennyanydots becomes active and does many things including baking and teaching th...
Tags: UK, Movies, Cats, Royal Ballet, Broadway, Idris Elba, Liam Hemsworth, Les Miserables, Tom Hooper, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Dame Judi Dench, Ian Mckellen, Rebel Wilson, Wilson, Priyanka Chopra, Gus


Campaigners Call On UK Arts Orgs To Provide More Captioning For The Hearing-Impaired

“Caption Awareness Week sees shows such as Mamma Mia and Les Miserables make use of live captions which give hearing impaired audiences greater enjoyment of the arts, with text displayed live throughout the performances. … There are calls for more venues to provide captions for around 11 million hearing impaired people in the UK, and a series of subtitled and captioned events is being held to promote greater accessibility.”
Tags: Art, UK, Uncategorized, Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, SJ, 11.12.18, Caption Awareness Week


You Are a Force Unseen

If I were to peel back the layers of my heart, I’m convinced I would see an etching along my aorta that says: here lives Aliza Latta, the girl who longs to be chosen. I feel like Meredith Grey talking to Derek Shepherd in season two of Grey’s Anatomy. “Pick me. Choose me. Love me.” I tried out for the musical Les Misérables in high school. To say Les Mis is my favorite musical in the entire world would be an understatement. I have the three-hour musical memorized and saw the movie in theatres s...
Tags: England, Instagram, Inspiration, Les Miserables, Grey, Les Mis, Timothy Keller, Meredith Grey, FANTINE, Encouragement, Derek Shepherd, Aliza Latta


Anne Hathaway finally reveals how Hugh Jackman lost it shooting 'Les Miserables'

Anne Hathaway flipped the script at the Hollywood Film Awards Sunday, revealing dark tales working with Hugh Jackman on the set of "Les Miserables."            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Usa Today, Les Miserables


Southern California casinos: Where to see concerts, comedy shows, MMA and more

In late July, country superstar Brad Paisley played Honda Center in Anaheim and Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in Chula Vista — two massive Southern California venues that host tens of thousands of fans. But less than two weeks after those shows, Paisley played an intimate gig at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa’s 2,101-capacity theater The Show in Rancho Mirage. When Pechanga Resort & Casino opened its new events center Pechanga Summit earlier this year, the resort booked celebs such as comedian Ada...
Tags: Comedy, California, Molly, Casinos, Amy Schumer, The Beatles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Joan Rivers, Broadway, Billy Joel, Paula Abdul, Espn, Theater, Las Vegas


Christine and the Queens thrill with song and dance at the Wiltern in Los Angeles

Two songs into Christine and the Queens at the Wiltern on Saturday the French singer grinned at the packed crowd in the sold-out theater in appreciation of their raucous welcome. Those numbers, “Comme Si” and “Girlfriend,” were aimed at getting the audience warmed up, said Héloïse Letissier, who after starting her career as Christine and the Queens now also goes by short and simple Chris. But you, she told the Wiltern fans, already are oh so very hot. And why wouldn’t they be? Since her self-tit...
Tags: France, Russia, Los Angeles, Sport, Kanye West, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Claude, Paul Mccartney, Madonna, Les Miserables, Michael Jackson, Rolling Stone, Janelle Monae, Chris


To See the Face of God

Director Trevor Nunn said that Les Misérables is a show about God. And it is.It's also a show about the nobility of the human spirit, faith, redemption, and other spiritual concepts. Religion and spirituality -- as well as the distortion of it and the lack of it -- informs most of the action of the show.Jean Valjean sings in Act II, “To love another person is to see the face of God.” Valjean and Inspector Javert both believe fervently in God, but they believe in very different Gods. Javert beli...
Tags: Themes, London, Religion, Theatre, Stage, Broadway, God, Theater, Musical, Les Miserables, Lucifer, Sweeney Todd, Scott Miller, Trevor Nunn, Dolittle, Jean Valjean