Star wattage will burn bright at the 2010 Tony Awards with Denzel Washington, Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Kelsey Grammer among those receiving nominations Tuesday.
Washington and Law were each cited for best actor performances in "Fences" and "Hamlet," respectively. Zeta-Jones was nominated for best performance by a leading actress in a musical, "A Little Night Music," and Grammer was nominated for lead actor in a musical for "La Cage aux Folles."
"Fela!" - nominated for best musical - and "La Cage aux Folles" - nominated for the best musical revival - each received the most nominations with 11 each, followed by "Fences" who received 10 nods.
Read on for more on the nominees!
Winners will be announced June 13 during a ceremony televised by CBS from Radio City Music Hall.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala is consistently one of the biggest and most glamorous social events of the year. Last night's celebration was certainly no exception as the MOMA steps once again transformed into a veritable glitzy playground for fashion-forward celebs. Big name actors, models and designers all came out to honour this year's theme 'American Women: Fashioning A National Identity' but that didn't stop them from showing off their dazzling designer duds on the way in.
From Kristen Stewart stunning in a sexy Chanel dress, to Jude Law and Sienna Miller stepping out as a couple once more, we've got the red carpet completely covered. Check out all the glamorous pics then vote in our best dressed poll!
Producer Wali Razaqi tells The Los Angeles Times that the 24-year-old actress will play Lovelace, while Bill Pullman has been cast to play Hugh Hefner in the period drama Inferno.
The question remains: is this a case of stunt casting or just a really good idea?
Haim, 38, died of natural causes from "community-acquired pneumonia" that damaged his lungs, according to an autopsy report released Tuesday.
The pneumonia was complicated by an enlarged heart and narrowed blood vessels, the report said.
Low levels of eight drugs, including a prescription muscle relaxant, were found in Haim's system along with marijuana.
Speaking of...it's just over a month and a half now until The Twilight Saga: Eclipse explodes into theatres (that may or may not be an exaggeration...check back on July 1). To keep yourself entertained during the wait I'd advise checking out the latest image of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson as their alter-egos Bella and Edward. It'll make the wait seem just that much shorter, I promise!
The festival called the writer and director "one of the major creative figures in contemporary cinema" in an announcement of his appointment on Thursday.
And who are we to argue? With now-classics like Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs under his belt, Tarantino has definitely left an impression on the world of cinema.
The buzz in Hollywood indicates that Pine is in negotiations to replace the equally awesome Bradley Cooper in the spy buddy laugher This Means War. A perfect choice methinks considering the gorgeous 29 year-old actor, as anyone who saw Star Trek last year knows, has comic timing to spare. So while we're not cheering the lack of Cooper on our screen (since he also made our list of 2009 faves), we are celebrating the fact that Pine will get a chance to show off his mad comedy stylings in another starring role, this time opposite funny Canuck Seth Rogen and the always-hilarious Reese Witherspoon.
A year ago, Jay Baruchel was living in an apartment in the Anglophone end of Montreal’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood — NDG, for those in the know — with two roommates and a cat. Today, he’s still living in NDG, but things have changed a bit. Literally...a bit.
“Different house, same roommates and same cat,” says Baruchel. “Same neighbourhood. Still only about two or three blocks away from my mother.”
After years of a successful acting career in both Canada (Real Time, Just Buried) and the States (Knocked Up, Tropic Thunder, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist), Baruchel, who turned 28 last month, decided to pony up the dough and invest in some property. But that didn’t mean leaving his two roommates —both of whom he’s known since he was 15 — behind.
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