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Louis C.K. to Direct, Star in Indie Film

Borys Kit writes: Louis C.K., the comedian who has conquered the small screen with his low-key, angst-ridden FX show Louie, is returning to the land of movies. 320 more words

Art & Culture

Louis C.K. To Write And Star In 'I'm A Cop'

Stand-up comedian turned television star Louis C.K. is bringing his extensive knowledge of how to be the most entertaining human being on the planet to the big screen. 102 more words


Tony! Nominations! Put Ads (And Even Some Artists!) In Broadway's Spotlight!

Enough talk (for the moment at least) about who and what didn’t get Tony nominations earlier this week. Let’s turn to some who did. Each year, the announcement of nominees is accompanied by a list of shows according to the number of nominations they got, all the better to establish bragging rights. 973 more words

Breaking News

With Blood In The Paddock, The Tony Horse Race Heats Up The Broadway Track: Analysis

Contrary to what you might have read elsewhere this morning, Harvey Weinstein never threw in the towel on Finding Neverland, and has no plan to now. 735 more words

Breaking News

While We're Young: MOVIE REVIEW

I caught a semi-advanced screening last night of the new Noah Baumbach film While We’re Young, which is expected to hit theaters here in Austin in the coming weeks. 787 more words

Movie Reviews

'Groundhog Day' Bound For Broadway

Punxsutawney is coming to Broadway. The production team behind Matilda is mounting a musical adaptation of the hit Bill Murray comedy Groundhog Day. The movie is a favorite among fans of Murray, who plays a weatherman who winds up in a time loop that dooms him to relive his February 2 assignment to cover the big day in Punxsutawney, Pa. 63 more words


'Groundhog Day' Musical Hits Broadway in 2017

“Groundhog Day,” the hit 1993 Columbia Pictures comedy, will poke its head up on Broadway in spring 2017, bowing in a new musical version from the creators of current Broadway draw “Matilda.” 236 more words