I took a look at a TV program documenting Ken Watanabe’s challenge to the prominent musical “The King and I” on Broadway.
He is a worldwide actor. 216 more words
Kristin Chenoweth, Ken Watanabe, Vanessa Hudgens and Matthew Morrison are among the first set of performers announced for this year’s Tony Awards.
They’ll be joined on stage during the annual awards show on June 7 by Brian d’Arcy James, Chita Rivera, Kelli O’Hara, Kelsey Grammer and… 14 more words
SideNote: “The Sea of Trees” tanks at Cannes Film Festival
“The Sea of Trees” was reportedly “booed” at Cannes today after its conclusion. An act that is highly disrespectful and isn’t at all what true film criticism is about. 86 more words
One way to pass the time during “The Sea of Trees” — preferably during one of Matthew McConaughey’s interminable misty-eyed monologues — is to try and figure out exactly how many bad movies the actor, screenwriter Chris Sparling and director Gus Van Sant have managed to squeeze into their tale of a man’s lonely quest to take his own life. 881 more words
It’s no secret that Gus Van Sant is an incredible director. With films on his resume like Good Will Hunting and Milk, he’s one of those directors you pay attention to when he announces a project. 501 more words
EXCLUSIVE: Gus Van Sant’s The Sea Of Trees was launched as one of the hot projects in Cannes last year, and now it’s back — in Competition. 188 more words
PIX11 sat down with the stars of “The King and I”. Both Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe were both nominated last for their roles in this latest musical revival. 505 more words