The Sesame Street gang stars in a parody of the Les Miserables film adaptation called “Les Mousserables.” Cookie Monster plays Jean Bon-Bon; he and his friends sing hilarious versions of “Look Down,” “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,”...Show More Summary
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Heading to warmer weather to check out some new movies, Anne Hathaway attended the "Elsa & Fred" premiere at the 2014 Miami International Film Festival on Friday (March 7). The "Les Misérables" star smiled sweetly in a sleeveless, long,...Show More Summary
Cookie Monster takes on the role of Jean Bon-Bon, a very sad French guy in pursuit of cookies along… Read More
(YouTube link) The Sesame Street Muppets explore emotions in the production of Les Mousserables, a parody of Les Misérables. Cookie Monster plays the very sad French guy, Jean Bon-Bon. All the emotions have to do with the supply of cookies, although Jean Bon-Bon’s most notable emotion is confusion. Show More Summary
It's Friday, people, and what better way is there to celebrate than by watching Sesame Street's take on Les Misérables? Read more...
Having previously tackled The Hunger Games, Lord Of The Rings, Boardwalk Empire, and Homeland, Sesame Street is back with another pop culture parody, one that’s sure to delight musical theater fans. “Les Mousserables” imparts a lesson on understanding emotions while sending-up the beloved musical (and less-beloved 2013 film), Les Misérables. Show More Summary
Were you deeply disappointed by the 2013 adaptation of Les Misérables? Are you still looking for a film version that expresses the tragedy and the redemption of Les Miz in all its wide-shot glory? Well, look no further: Sesame Street's parody, Les Mousserables, is here. They had to change the... More »
It's the story of Jean Bon-Bon, a French man on a desperate search for cookies who then learns how to share them with his friends. Featuring hit songs: "Look Down, Look Down... No Cookies Anywhere" "There Is A Cookie On A Cloud" "Own My Own... Show More Summary
Taking off for a little mid-week traveling, Anne Hathaway arrived at LAX International Airport in Los Angeles on Wednesday (March 5). The “Les Misérables” star looked absolutely chic in a white blazer and colorful capris as she madeShow More Summary
It was a lot of work, rowing The Father Skolnik Maru, but it wasn't torture. It wasn't like Les Miserables or anything.— Daniel Pinkwater (@DanielPinkwater) March 4, 2014 We got 10 minute breaks, every 30 minutes.— Daniel Pinkwater (@DanielPinkwater) March 4, 2014 Geets and I were able to fake-row some of the time.
"Aladdin" and “Les Misérables” sold well in their first week of previews, while other musicals struggled.
Hey sometimes talking is difficult! John Travolta Don Gibraltar mispronounced Idina Menzel's name as Adele Dazeem last night, but this sort of gaffe has actually happened to him before! Let's travel back to the distant past of February of 2013! Things were a lot simpler then. Twerking hadn't become a fad yet, Sochi still had dogs that [...]
Drury Lane Theatre announced the cast for its upcoming production of the musical “Les Miserables,” on Monday. In director Rachel Rockwell’s production, Ivan Rutherford, a longtime Jean Valjean on Broadway and on tour, will once again don the number 24601 in Oak Brook Terrace. Show More Summary
Adding some stylish spice to the recipe, Anne Hathaway headed over to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday evening (March 2). The Les Miserables" beauty brought her fashion A-game in a black and silver...Show More Summary
Starting off the week with smiles all around! Anne Hathaway has a big weekend ahead of her! Presenting at the Oscars is no joke, so it's no surprise the actress is taking it easy before the big Sunday event! The Les Misérables actress was spotted leaving a friends house with her hubby Adam Shulman on Monday afternoon! Anne [...]
Lovelace and Les Misérables actress Amanda Seyfried has been tapped to join Mark Wahlberg in Seth MacFarlane’s Ted 2. 2012?s Ted, which featured Wahlberg as best friends with an anthropomorphic, filthy-mouthed stuffed bear, voiced by...Show More Summary
Diving into the comedy world, Amanda Seyfried reportedly signed on to play the female lead in Seth MacFarlane's “Ted 2.” According to Deadline, the “Les Miserables” star will star alongside Mark Wahlberg and the animated bear in theShow More Summary
As usual, this year's Academy Awards have nominated numerous actors who were voluntarily tortured, abused, and punished for their art. It's a strategy has worked in the past — most recently for Anne Hathaway in Les Miserables, who implied she had used dangerous weight-loss techniques to play a dying woman, and won an Oscar for her efforts. Show More Summary
Why do the photos, video, and tweets out of Kiev have such mythic power? Why do demonstrations, and barricades, and people shot down, young and old, men and women alike, wring such enduring emotion (like Les Miserables)? Why do citizen risings in big, capital cities have such a hold on us? For a start, citizen-risings in cities are not war. Show More Summary