Three weeks until the Tony Awards, and the Broadway extensions (i.e. bids for prospective votes) are in full swing. The
(Reuters) - Actor Billy Crystal will give his autobiographical one-man play "700 Sundays" a Broadway send-off later this year with a nine-week run, promoters said on Tuesday.
Billy Crystal announced Tuesday he will bring his Tony-winning play “700 Sundays” back to Broadway one last time.
NEW YORK -- There are apparently a few more Sundays left in Billy Crystal. The star of "City Slickers" and "When Harry Met Sally" said...
After ending a decade-long absence from the movies, irresistibly lured by the comedic possibilities of kids being different from older people, Billy Crystal has signed on to another film, based on the comedic possibilities of older people having sex. Show More Summary
Billy Crystal will return to Broadway for a limited nine-week engagement of his play 700 Sundays. Previews at the Imperial Theater
Based on Black List script.
For about five years now there's been a script waiting to be produced called Winter's Discontent. The adult comedy has been described as follows: When Herb Winter's wife of fifty years dies, the faithful but sexually frustrated widower moves into a retirement community to start living the swinging single life. Show More Summary
Billy Crystal is attached to star in the upcoming comedy Winter?s Discontent as a widower who moves into a reputed active adult community in hopes of reinvigorating his sex life. Frank Oz will direct the comedy. The announcement wasShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Winter’s Discontent is the 2008 Black List script by Paul Fruchbom which Sony acquired for Atlas Entertainment a few years back. The well-liked project, which taps into the current zeitgeist of adult comedies, is moving forward...Show More Summary
Ever since college-bound Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) was a little monster, he has dreamed of becoming a Scarer—and he knows better than anyone that the best Scarers come from Monsters University (MU). But during his first semester at MU, Mike’s plans are derailed when he crosses paths with hotshot James P. Show More Summary
What Billy Crystal is to the Oscars, Neil Patrick Harris is to the Tony Awards! The talented How I Met Your Mother actor will be fronting the 67th Tony Awards for the fourth time, making him the show’s resident host of sorts. And yet, we couldn’t be more thrilled! There’s nothing quite like a little NPH [...]
EXCLUSIVE: A hot comedy project is expected to hit the cable marketplace next week. I hear the untitled comedy has Billy Crystal attached to star, co-write and executive produce, Burn Notice creator Matt Nix co-writing/executive producing and Curb Your Enthusiasm and Borat‘s Larry Charles directing/co-writing and executive producing. Show More Summary
In Commentary Tracks Of The Damned, we look to the commentary track to glean further insight on a failed film, be it a financial flop, a critical disappointment, or both. Parental Guidance (2013) Crimes: Resurrecting Billy Crystal’s...Show More Summary
In a promotional effort for Disney and the forthcoming "Monsters Inc." sequel, "Monsters University", Sully and Mike scale the face of Spaceship Earth. In the movie Monsters Inc., Billy Crystal and John Goodman’s monsters are out to scare humans one at a time. Show More Summary
Here’s a new UK trailer for Disney/Pixar‘s Monsters University. This one focuses on Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman) as they study to become “scarers.” It also introduces Helen Mirren’s Dean Hardscrabble. Steve Buscemi, John Krasinski, Nathan Fillion and Alfred Molina also star. The film opens in the U.S. on June 21 and a few weeks later on July 12 in the UK.
Giving eager fans even more to be excited about, Disney Pixar released a new trailer for "Monster's Univeristy" on Thursday (April 25). Featuring a star-studded cast including Helen Mirren, Billy Crystal and John Goodman, the "Monsters...Show More Summary
Check out the new extended Monsters University trailer: Monsters University Trailer - Extended The animated prequel once again features the voices of John Goodman and Billy Crystal as the monsters Sully and Mike. The film centers around...Show More Summary
Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar have released a new trailer for “Monsters University,” opening in theaters June 21st, 2013. The film has the voice talents of Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Helen Mirren, Alfred Molina, Dave Foley, Sean P. … Continue reading ?
Yahoo has the final trailer for MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, the MONSTERS, INC. prequel which hits theaters June 21 and returns Billy Crystal and John Goodman to their roles of Mike and 'Sulley' respectively. I have mixed feelings about another MONSTERS, INC. Show More Summary