With apologies to the climactic song in “Les Miserables,” here are the self-destructive Brits who voted yesterday to exit the European Union. Cue the music! Do you hear the people sing Singing the song of angry men We will crash the British pound Against the dollar and the yen, When the pounding in our brains [...]Show More Summary
A kiss between two male actors has been removed from a production of the musical “Les Miserables” in Singapore following complaints.
Organizers say the kiss was supposed to be comical
With James Corden hosting the Tony Awards, he calls on Lin-Manuel Miranda, Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jane Krakowski to get him through New York traffic while they sing tunes from Hamilton, Les Misérables and other Broadway classics. From The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden wears a Les Miserables costume while performing the opening number at the 2016 Tony Awards held at the Beacon Theatre on Sunday (June 12) in New York City. The show started with a Hamilton parody featuring cast members Leslie Odom Jr., Daveed Diggs, and more singing about James as the host. James then [...]
Is your kid or teen actor a rising star? Director Sophie Taillefer’s take on “Les Misérables” is hitting the Scottish Rite Hall in Bordentown, New Jersey, for this Rising Stars Voice Studio production of the classic musical. Based on...Show More Summary
The “Late Late Show with James Corden” just keeps getting hotter, and last night (May 24) Anne Hathaway dropped by to show off her lyrical chops. During “Drop the Mic,” the “Les Miserables” lady faced off against Corden in a rap battle that found her victorious. Show More Summary
"Les Misérables"? More like James Corden is "more misérables" after getting completely destroyed by Anne Hathaway in a "Late Late Show" rap battle. Didn't this dude see "Bride Wars"? You do not want to mess with Hathaway. Corden tried...Show More Summary
“Hey, Russ.” “Yes, Ry?” “You think I could just pin this thing and blow us outta here straight to Las Vegas?” “No way, mate. People haven’t been this happy to see me since Les Miserables!” “Uh…” “Yes, Les Miserables!” “I don’t think…” “LES MISERABLES, I TELL YOU.” Read More...
Tom Hooper, the prolific director of humorless Oscar-bait including Les Miserables, will direct a movie version of the musical Cats. And I’ll just say if I have to sit through a dirtied-up Anne Hathaway scream-belting “Memory” I swear to God I will burn the theater down. Read more...
Les Miserables director Tom Hooper has signed on to develop a film adaptation of Cats, but it may not happen for some time.
Long-running Broadway musical "Cats" may finally be coming to the big screen, with several reports linking Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper to the potential flick. Hooper, who won an Oscar for "The King's Speech," and also helmed the...Show More Summary
Not content with the litany of accolades he received in 2012 for bringing the classically morbid musical Les Misérables to the silver screen, director Tom Hooper is now turning his eyes towards Cats as his latest movie. Be prepared to hear “Memory” an awful lot over the next few years. Read more...
After bringing Les Misérables to the big screen back in 2012, earning a Best Picture nomination and a Best Supporting Actress win for Anne Hathaway, director Tom Hooper has his sights set on another iconic Broadway musical that first debuted in the 1980s. Show More Summary
The director is currently exploring whether to do the film entirely in CGI, entirely in live-action, or a combination The post Les Miserables’ Tom Hooper Developing Cats Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Russell Crowe’s singing voice aside, 2012’s Les Miserables movie was an enjoyable adaptation of the Broadway and West End staple. Now the team behind that film is turning its hand to another stage classic: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats. Universal...Show More Summary
According to Variety, the beloved Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats is finally being made into a movie. Les Miserables, The Danish Girl, and The King’s Speech director Tom Hooper is on board to direct and produce, suggesting that Universal...Show More Summary
One of Nashville’s first scenes on Wednesday night turns out to be a perfect encapsulation of the episode. Will is taking a shower when he hears his song being played on the radio. In his jubilation, he hops out of the shower, still soapy (thank you, wise and generous person ... More »
Peter Calandra is an acclaimed Broadway and movie composer based in New York City who has scored over 50 films and written over 2000 compositions. He has performed as a musician on Broadway for shows such as The Lion King, Les Miserables, and many more. Show More Summary