CP+B’s funny new spot for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese examines the desperate lengths people will go to for a bite of Kraft’s signature macaroni and cheese-like-product. Set to Marvin Hamlisch’s “What I Did For Love,” the 45 second spot shows...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Clark Douglas Quote: "A sterling example of how retrospective documentaries ought to be done."
The entertaining PBS portrait of composer Marvin Hamlisch, aptly titled, "What He Did For Love," provides the music, his method for creating it, and the man. Fortunately for producer Dori Berinstein, and for us, Hamlisch was often photographed...Show More Summary
The Amazing Marvin Hamlisch On AMERICAN MASTERS!! THE LAST NIKITA Ever!! No Rest For SMACKDOWN!! Herc’s Friday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Hamlisch, who died last year, started out in film composing for “The Swimmer,”...Show More Summary
The composer-conductor is subject of 'Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love.' He and his songs for theater ('A Chorus Line') and film ('The Way We Were') are recalled by the likes of Barbra Streisand. Marvin Hamlisch was a 6-year-old prodigy when he was accepted into the Juilliard School of Music. Show More Summary
Marvin Hamlisch, the late, hugely personable talent and very rare PEGOT - winner of a Pulitzer Prize, four Emmy Awards, four Grammys, three Oscars and a Tony - composed some artists' biggest hits.
“$ellebrity” (Showtime at 8 p.m.) is a candid dialogue about what it means to be a celebrity in our day and age and the tone presented to pop culture figures. Jennifer Aniston, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez and many more lend their voices to this documentary to expose the truths behind the price they pay for fame. Read full article >>
Composer, conductor, genius, mensch: Marvin Hamlisch (June 2, 1944 - Aug. 6, 2012) earned four Grammys, four Emmys, three Oscars, three Golden Globes, a Tony Award, and a Pulitzer Prize before his untimely death, making him one of only two PEGOT winners ever. Show More Summary
Michael Douglas was honored by the American Cancer Society Monday night only one day after he told The Guardian that his throat cancer was caused by performing oral sex on women. Douglas received the inaugural Marvin Hamlisch Memorial Award as the organization celebrated its 100th birthday. Show More Summary
Singer and pianist Michael Feinstein will conduct an orchestra for the first time, replacing the late Marvin Hamlisch When the Pasadena Pops kicks off its summer season of concerts at the L.A. County Arboretum in Arcadia on Saturday, it will be led by a music director and conductor who has never even played in an orchestra, much less conducted one.
All hail Empress Idina! The stage (and screen!) actress proved her musical icon status once again during this year's Olivier Awards when she performed a touching tribute to the late, great, EGOT-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch. Open your ears to Idina Menzel singing Here is the World (above)! She never fails to bring tears to our eyes and [...]
When Marvin Hamlisch died last summer, aged 68, there was a universal sense of shock against the passing of so vigorous and popular a musician. Now his widow, Terre Blair Hamlisch, has filed suit to force Columbia University Medical Center to turn over the results of blood tests taken shortly before her husband died. The causes of [...]
A former home of composer Marvin Hamlisch is on the market in Hollywood Hills West for $1.749 million or for lease at $8,000 a month.
Barbara Streisand’s Oscars performance was a beautiful tribute to late composer Marvin Hamlisch. Streisand sang “The Way We Were” right after the In Memoriam segment of the show. The track was the title of Streisand’s 1973 film with Robert Redford. It won the composer an Oscar for Best Original Score. Streisand was also nominated as [...]Show More Summary
Barbra Streisand made her return to the Oscars stage last night. The reason? To deliver a touching tribute to a dear friend. Barbra Streisand Oscars Performance Following the In Memoriam montage, which concluded with composer MarvinShow More Summary
Marvin Hamlisch's hit musical celebrates the glitz and grind of showbiz, but has The X Factor spoiled it? Hot Ticket LAST UPDATED AT 07:32 ON Mon 25 Feb 2013 What you need to know A revival of the Marvin Hamlisch's hit 1975 musical A Chorus Line has opened at the London Palladium. Show More Summary
Each year since 1994 the Academy Awards has included an “In Memoriam” segment, and earlier tonight (February 24) Barbra Streisand gave a very special performance to pay tribute to one of the entertainment industry’s finest composers. Singing...Show More Summary
"I almost always leave New Year's Eve free, but to play with the Philharmonic on New Year's Eve is something special, so I am happy about that," says Joshua Bell. "I usually try to find some really close friends or family. Seeking big parties on New Year's Eve is no fun anymore."
Nominated against Marvin Hamlisch for 2013 for London's What's On Stage Awards??Wow. I think I'm going to faint. Me and Marv. If he wins, I won't feel bad. But this is great news for the production, and actors and for the cast albumShow More Summary
Before he died in August at the age of 68, Marvin Hamlisch recorded a brief cameo for "The Simpsons," playing a version of himself in an episode involving Abe Simpson's hidden past. On Sunday, the episode finally aired on Fox, making Hamlisch's vocal role a posthumous performance for the late conductor and composer.