‘The Equalizer 2’ Trailer: Denzel Washington Returns As Justice-Seeker In Antoine Fuqua Action Thriller

“They killed my friend,” says Denzel Washington as the seeker of justice (or something like it) in this new trailer for Sony’s The Equalizer 2. “So I’m going to kill each and every one of them, and my only disappointment is I only get to do it once.”
In the first sequel of Washington’s career, he returns to the role of Robert McCall, described by Sony as a man who “serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when that is someone…

“They killed my friend,” says Denzel Washington as the seeker of justice (or something like it) in this new trailer for Sony’s The Equalizer 2. “So I’m going to kill each and every one of them, and my only disappointment is I only get to do it once.” In the first sequel of Washington’s career, he returns to the role of Robert McCall, described by Sony as a man who “serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when that is someone…

‘Deadpool 2’ Final Trailer: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin In Dark Battle Of Wits & Fists

The latest, and probably last, trailer before the release of Deadpool 2 next month has plenty of action (slo-mo or otherwise) but the big moment for comic fans might be an exchange of insults between new series villain Cable (Josh Brolin) and Ryan Reynolds’ maskless, disfigured Wade.
“You’re not f*cking hero,” spits Cable, after plunging a knife into Deadpool’s shoulder. “You’re just a clown dressed up as a sex toy.”
The wounded Wade pained response: “So dark. You sure…

The latest, and probably last, trailer before the release of Deadpool 2 next month has plenty of action (slo-mo or otherwise) but the big moment for comic fans might be an exchange of insults between new series villain Cable (Josh Brolin) and Ryan Reynolds’ maskless, disfigured Wade. “You're not f*cking hero,” spits Cable, after plunging a knife into Deadpool’s shoulder. “You're just a clown dressed up as a sex toy.” The wounded Wade pained response: “So dark. You sure…

‘SNL’ Sets Amy Schumer & Tina Fey To Host Final Two Shows Of Season 43

Amy Schumer and SNL alum Tina Fey are set to host the final two Season 43 episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live on May 12 and 19, respectively. The booking marks Schumer’s second hosting gig and Fey’s sixth.
Both Schumer and Fey have big projects to plug: Schumer’s feature film I Feel Pretty hits theaters Friday, and Fey has the Broadway musical version of Mean Girls heading into Tony Award season. She wrote the book for the musical, based on the 2004 movie she wrote. SNL

Amy Schumer and SNL alum Tina Fey are set to host the final two Season 43 episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live on May 12 and 19, respectively. The booking marks Schumer’s second hosting gig and Fey’s sixth. Both Schumer and Fey have big projects to plug: Schumer’s feature film I Feel Pretty hits theaters Friday, and Fey has the Broadway musical version of Mean Girls heading into Tony Award season. She wrote the book for the musical, based on the 2004 movie she wrote. SNL

Tony Awards Watch: ‘The Band’s Visit’ Delivered A Personal Reckoning (And A Broadway Catchphrase) To Ari’el Stachel

Do you know Chet Baker? Among its other achievements, Broadway’s acclaimed musical The Band’s Visit has handed the theater community its best pick-up line in ages. Repeated with faux-debonnaire panache and minor variations to great comic effect by actor Ari’el Stachel in the supporting role of Haled, the self-styled ladies man and trumpet player in the tale’s Alexandria Ceremonial Police Orchestra, the show’s unplanned catchphrase – equal parts earnestness and desperation…

Do you know Chet Baker? Among its other achievements, Broadway’s acclaimed musical The Band’s Visit has handed the theater community its best pick-up line in ages. Repeated with faux-debonnaire panache and minor variations to great comic effect by actor Ari'el Stachel in the supporting role of Haled, the self-styled ladies man and trumpet player in the tale’s Alexandria Ceremonial Police Orchestra, the show’s unplanned catchphrase – equal parts earnestness and desperation…

Sara Bareilles And Josh Groban Set To Host 72nd Annual Tony Awards

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will host the 72nd Annual Tony Awards live from New York’s Radio City Music Hall, the awards producers announced today.
The awards are set for Sunday, June 10, 8 pm ET/delayed PT, on CBS.
Both Bareilles and Groban will be first-time hosts the show, each coming off recent Broadway successes. Bareilles starred in the hit Waitress, which she also composed the music and lyrics for, earning her first Tony Award nomination. She more…

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will host the 72nd Annual Tony Awards live from New York’s Radio City Music Hall, the awards producers announced today. The awards are set for Sunday, June 10, 8 pm ET/delayed PT, on CBS. Both Bareilles and Groban will be first-time hosts the show, each coming off recent Broadway successes. Bareilles starred in the hit Waitress, which she also composed the music and lyrics for, earning her first Tony Award nomination. She more…

‘American Idol’ Alum Diana DeGarmo & Ace Young Join Planned Off-Broadway Musical

Exclusive: Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young, former American Idol contestants and real-life couple, have signed on to star in Hit Her With The Skates, the musical that premiered at New Jersey’s Hamilton Stage last season and is eying an Off Broadway production for the fall.
The musical by Christine Rea and Rick Briskin, directed by Michael Schiralli, had a sold-out run at the Rahway, New Jersey theater last season, getting a boost of attention from critics and ticket…

Exclusive: Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young, former American Idol contestants and real-life couple, have signed on to star in Hit Her With The Skates, the musical that premiered at New Jersey’s Hamilton Stage last season and is eying an Off Broadway production for the fall. The musical by Christine Rea and Rick Briskin, directed by Michael Schiralli, had a sold-out run at the Rahway, New Jersey theater last season, getting a boost of attention from critics and ticket…

Scott Rudin Sues Harper Lee Estate Claiming Interference Threatens Broadway’s ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

Producer Scott Rudin has fired back at the estate of author Harper Lee, charging in a lawsuit filed yesterday that a lawsuit filed last month by estate executor Tonja B. Carter could shoot down a much anticipated Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Yesterday’s lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan by Rudin’s production company Rudinplay, demands $10 million from Lee’s estate, claiming that investors “are not willing to invest millions of dollars…

Producer Scott Rudin has fired back at the estate of author Harper Lee, charging in a lawsuit filed yesterday that a lawsuit filed last month by estate executor Tonja B. Carter could shoot down a much anticipated Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird. Yesterday’s lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan by Rudin’s production company Rudinplay, demands $10 million from Lee’s estate, claiming that investors "are not willing to invest millions of dollars…