Courtney B. Vance is currently starring on Broadway in the Nora Ephron play Lucky Guy, for which he's up for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor. The play is a love-letter, of sorts, to the tabloid papers that cover a corrupt and crime-ridden New York. Show More Summary
Lucky Guy, the late Nora Ephron’s valentine to the 1980s heyday of New York journalism, has more good news this
Lucky Guy, the Nora Ephron-penned play about Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper reporter Mike McAlary, has recouped its $3.6 million capitalization eight weeks into its limited run. The play, directed by George C Wolfe and starring Tom Hanks, just got six Tony Award noms, including Best Play and Best Performance By An Actor In A Play, for Hanks.
The Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks earned his first Tony nomination Tuesday for his lead role in Lucky Guy, Nora Ephron's final play. The singer Cyndi Lauper also earned her first for the music and lyrics to Kinky Boots, while former Phish member Trey Anastasio earned one for the music to Hands on a Hardbody. The awards will be broadcast live on CBS June 8.
Tom Hanks received his first Tony Award nomination today for his leading role in Nora Ephron's play "Lucky Guy." Thanks to a flutter of responses...
Speakeasy chatted with actor Tom Hanks shortly after he received a Tony nomination this morning for his turn as newspaper columnist Mike McAlary in Nora Ephron’s final play, “Lucky Guy.”
NEW YORK -- The Tony nominations announcement Tuesday morning brought good news to Christopher Durang’s dysfunctional-family tale "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" and the late Nora Ephron's period journalism weepie "Lucky Guy" with the two productions nabbing six nominations apiece.
New York, NY [April 25, 2013] – The 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by American Express, today announced the winner of the inaugural Nora Ephron Prize at the annual Women’s Filmmaker Brunch held at Company 3. The prize,...Show More Summary
This fall, Nora Ephron’s last finished work, “Lucky Guy,” will be included in a collection called “The Most of Nora Ephron,” to be published by Knopf on Oct. 29. According to a press release from Random House, “The Most of Nora Ephron” is the first collection to feature Ephron’s work as a...
I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers, about the famed Hollywood agent starring Bette Midler, and Nora Ephron’s final play Lucky Guy starring Tom Hanks are among the nominees for the 2013 Drama League Awards, which will be unveiled May 17 in New York. Show More Summary
Tom Hanks would make his Broadway debut only in a special play, and any play written by Nora Ephron is.
When Nora Ephron felt bad about her neck, she bought some turtlenecks and wrote a fairly amusing book on the subject. When Liz Jones felt bad about her hands she went out and injected fat from her own bottom into them. And it workedShow More Summary
Knopf will publish Lucky Guy, the final written work by the great Nora Ephron, as part of a hardcover-only release on October 29th. The play will be part of a $35 collection edited by Robert Gottlieb called The Most of Nora Ephron. Lucky...Show More Summary
Riding the wave of strong ticket sales, Tom Hanks has added 16 performances to his Broadway run in the Nora Ephron play "Lucky Guy." The play had been scheduled to close its limited engagement at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York on June 16, but will now remain open until July 3.
The Broadway run of Nora Ephron‘s final work before her death last June has added 16 dates, the production announced today, with the Broadhurst Theatre now hosting Lucky Guy through July 3. The extra shows come after star Tom Hanks, who collaborated with Ephron on her movies Sleepless In Seattle and You’ve Got Mail, reupped his deal. Show More Summary
Over in New York, the Tribeca Film Festival kicks off today with yet another lineup of buzzy movies - and a new award for female writers or directors. This year women in the industry can vie for the Nora Ephron Prize, which honors the recently passed filmmaker. Get the scoop on who was there, including Sienna Miller, as well as the latest updates and more headlines!
In a lovely gesture, the Tribeca Film Festival and Vogue.com have teamed up to offer a $25,000 award to the woman director or screenwriter whose work, debuting at the festival, best embodies Nora Ephron's legacy. The money may not be enough to finance an entire film, or to support a writer during the entire process of completing a script. Show More Summary
The Tribeca Film Festival has announced the creation of the Nora Ephron Prize, which awards $25,000 to a female writer or director whose film is making its debut at the festival, and "who embodies the spirit and vision of the legendary filmmaker and writer." Read more...
TVNewser: Sunday talk shows are typically insipid, but several this week are giving some necessary love to 42, the new film about the great Jackie Robinson. GalleyCat: Meryl Streep is going to narrate a Nora Ephron audiobook. RumorsShow More Summary
For the past ten years I have been hosting a cable television show, The Drexel InterView, widely distributed throughout local PBS and community-access stations, in...