Movies

Broadway’s Roundabout Theatre Company has unveiled its post-shutdown production schedule, with both the much-anticipated revival of Caroline, Or Change starring Sharon D Clarke and the Broadway debut of Alice Childress’s 1955 play Trouble in Mind both beginning previews in October. Birthday Candles, Noah Haidle’s new play starring Debra Messing will begin previews in March, and the previously announced revival of 1776 will bow in Fall 2022. The Roundabout line-up was announced by Todd Haimes, Artistic
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(Interactive chart with estimates below) Vertical Entertainment’s Four Good Days claimed the highest total over Mother’s Day weekend. It was a remarkably slow three-day stretch at the specialty box office with the Glenn Close and Mila Kunis-starring drama being the only film to break the $200K mark. Though Four Good Days grossed almost $100K less than its opening weekend, the Rodrigo García-directed movie hauled over $618K in the last 2 weeks and expanded to 489
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Stephen King’s influence on pop culture is incredible. Filmmakers from all generations have adapted his stories to the screen, making him the most adapted living author alive! In this documentary, “King On Screen,” we meet the directors who adapted his books to give a never seen before glimpse on the Stephen King Universe! Carrie, Christine, It, The Shining, The Green Mile, Misery, The Shawshank Redemption, Stand by Me… Donate to the “King On Screen” Kickstarter
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Just dubbed Rising Star 2021 by The Hollywood Digest, Steve Hamm has a had a stellar year working at his craft in between his helicopter piloting and his voice over career. Hamm has a promising future in the entertainment industry and I’d predicted to have elevated success in 2021. I exchanged some intimate questions with him regarding some of personal likes and opinions….. What is the most trouble that you’ve ever gotten yourself into?  
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Join Morgan Fairchild for a virtual meet and greet on FanRoom Live on Sunday February 21st, 2021 at 5 PM EST. Morgan Fairchild has defined the television version of the rich, sophisticated businesswoman who knows what she wants, and will do whatever it takes to get it. In 1973, Morgan decided to pursue a career in television; just 6 weeks after moving to New York, she landed the key role of Jennifer in the daytime soap
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