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'Shuffle Along' looses bid; competes against 'Hamilton' if nominated

The Oscars never had to deal with  this one. If a “black” film gets nominated for Best Picture, it’s an event. With the Tony Awards administration committee’s decision that… 489 more words


Scott Rudin's 'Shuffle Along' Ruled A New Musical, Setting Up A Likely 'Hamilton' Showdown At Tony Time

Shuffle Along, or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed was declared a new musical today at a meeting of the Tony Administration committee. 560 more words


As Broadway Braces For Tony Races, 'Shuffle Along' Gets Key Ruling: Gerard & Roth

UPDATED 9:30 AM: The Tony administration Committee this morning declared Shuffle Along to be a new musical. Read about it here.

EXCLUSIVE: Deadline’s Jeremy Gerard and Jujamcyn Theatres majority owner and president Jordan Roth talk about the state of the industry, the only stipulation being no holds barred. 686 more words


Christopher McDonald Segues From 'Good Wife' Judge To 'Wetlands' & Broadway's 'Front Page' Revival

EXCLUSIVE: Veteran villain Christopher McDonald, a familiar face this season as vindictive Judge John Schakowsky on CBS’ finalizing series The Good Wife, has landed a couple of plums — one on screen, the other on Broadway. 193 more words

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FX Options Don DeLillo Novel 'Zero K' For Scott Rudin Productions

Author Don DeLillo’s latest novel, Zero K, is to be published in the U.S. next month by Scribner, and by Picador in the UK. FX has optioned the futuristic tome for Scott Rudin Productions as part of Rudin’s deal with Fox Network Group. 222 more words

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Jonah Hill to Provide 90s Nostalgia with His Directorial Debut

Jonah Hill is all set to make his directorial debut soon for a seemigly 90s nostalgic upcoming film called…Mid ’90s. The movie, which Hill wrote the script for himself, will only feature the two-time Oscar nominee behind the camera; additional casting announcements are still yet to come. 117 more words


Oscar Issaac and Ex Machina Director Alex Garland Teaming Up Again

Oscar Isaac and Ex Machina director Alex Garland are working together on a new sci-fi thriller. Annihilation will star Isaac,  Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, and Tessa Thompson. 115 more words