Lana Del Rey, whose imagination can turn Coachella into a battleground, is reportedly writing a musical.
The royals are BACK, baby. How BACK are the royals? Well, there is currently a musical about Princess Diana in the works.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the show about mental illness and musicals and Westchester and Josh Chan, is not a show for everyone. But if it is a show for you, please feast your eyes on this piping-hot musical number that posits a very good question: Where’s Rebecca Bunch?
Six years after her death at the age of 27, Amy Winehouse’s family is still collecting money off her fame, this time in the form of a West End musical that will feature her most popular songs.
Pop star, Academy Award-winning actress and emoji hero Cher is being honored with a musical about her life. The accompanying songs will be the music of Cher. The actresses (three of them) will all play Cher. It’s called the The Cher Show, and the setting for the show is Cher’s own mind. The musical is based on a…
Garry Marshall’s final project, Pretty Woman: The Musical, is finally coming to Broadway. Are you ready for that?
In August, Michaela Coel confirmed that, nope, she was not currently writing a third season of her hit comedy Chewing Gum, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been busy.
Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin musical is reportedly having trouble finding actors for key roles. Have they considered just not doing the movie?
When it comes to diversity in theater, women and minorities are unsurprisingly underrepresented in the industry.
Attention, lovers of the stage! The 71st Tony Awards are being held tonight, and this open thread is your place to discuss everything from Cate Blanchett’s performance in The Present to Kevin Spacey’s monologue to why Andrew Rannells is perfect.
Some people look at a water glass and call it half-full, and others look at the same glass and call it half-empty. Similarly, some of you will read the news about a musical based on Alanis Morissette’s classic album Jagged Little Pill with a book written by Diablo Cody premiering next year at the American Repertory…
Will Smith is reportedly being considered for the role of the Genie in Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin musical. Come with me, Will. Let us pray.
The variously talented Pharrell Williams—singer, songwriter, producer—has become a creative muse in his own right. Fox Studios is at work on Atlantis, a “Romeo and Juliet style” musical based on Williams’ childhood in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Rihanna was reportedly supposed to act and perhaps sing alongside Adam Driver in the musical Annette, but she’s no longer associated with the film. According to Pitchfork, “a representative for Rihanna tells Pitchfork that the pop star will not appear in this film at all. They say Variety’s report is incorrect.”
It will take a lot of singing to redeem a version of The Devil Wears Prada that doesn’t feature Meryl Streep, but these guys can probably cram the necessary numbers in there.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is fine. He’s fine. He seems like a perfectly nice guy, as an individual human, and all things considered he’s a fine mayor. He does some good things and also some bad things. One of the worst things he has done, however, is produce this video that was posted to Twitter on Tuesday:
I’d say that Hollywood is running out of ideas, but this seems like it could be either very good or very bad. Kristin Wiig and Will Ferrell have signed on to develop a musical based that might see them performing songs about household appliances.
“That’s L.A.—they worship everything and they value nothing,” sighs Ryan Gosling’s La La Land character Sebastian. I’m not sure if this is a critique or a mission statement. Perhaps it’s both. Certainly, a movie that forces you to endure Gosling and Emma Stone sing multiple songs is trading in the crass depths of…
Have you been wondering why there are no good musicals about millennials? Have you wondered if Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda were going to do anything other than collaborate on Moana? If these questions and more have been keeping you up at night, there’s a 14 minute long musical just for you.