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Les Miserables (movie)

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  • Broadway Box Office: Daniel Radcliffe Walks Tall in 'The Cripple of Inishmaan'

    Daniel Radcliffe made a little Broadway box office magic last week, pulling in robust numbers in the first two previews of "The Cripple of Inishmaan" during a frame that saw springtime sales and attendance rise overall. For many non-musical plays, the...
  • Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens

    Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens
    Director John Landis was all smiles amid the screams and assorted terror at the opening of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. The man behind 1981's "An American Werewolf in London" had a hand in the haunted house based on that movie and was relishing...
  • Sacha Baron Cohen Eyes 'Wonderland' Sequel 'Through the Looking Glass' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Sacha Baron Cohen is in early talks to join the cast of Disney's sequel to "Alice in Wonderland," "Through the Looking Glass." Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska will return for the "Alice" sequel, which will be directed by "The Muppets" helmer James Bobin....
  • Learning the ropes — somewhat reluctantly — in Chatham, England

    Learning the ropes — somewhat reluctantly — in Chatham, England
    CHATHAM, England — Rope making? Eye rolling. But I was so wrong. I didn't come to Chatham, about 30 miles southeast of London, to find out how to make rope. I came in search of Trixie, Jenny and Chummy — or at least the hangouts of these...
  • At the Paramount, a riveting new take on a falling Saigon

    At the Paramount, a riveting new take on a falling Saigon
    The massively popular mega-musicals of the 1980s — a list dominated by "Les Miserables," "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Miss Saigon" — are returning to Broadway and the touring circuit in new and rethought stagings. "Les Miserables" just...
  • With Nelson Mandela movie, the culmination of a winding trek

    Among the surprising things about the movie chronicling Nelson Mandela’s journey to freedom is that it began while he was still in prison.   Back in the late 1980s, South African movie producer Anant Singh started corresponding with the imprisoned...
  • Predictions in top Golden Globe categories

    When the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. announced its nominations last month, the biggest surprise was that there were no surprises. There were no obvious, ratings-driven nods to celebrities, no left-field recognition to performances no one else found...
  • Carrie Underwood sounds off on 'mean people' post-'Sound of Music'

    Carrie Underwood sounds off on 'mean people' post-'Sound of Music'
    The haters are alive with "The Sound of Music Live!" -- and NBC's live-musical star Carrie Underwood is quickly learning that there's no way to stop them. The former "American Idol" winner, who played governess and would-be nun Maria Von Trapp, was...
  • Super Bowl 2014: Five car commercials with movie connections

    Super Bowl 2014: Five car commercials with movie connections
    Come Super Bowl Sunday, this year's crop of movie commercials won't be the only ads with connections to the world of movies. At least five spots from car companies — traditionally big players in Super Bowl advertising — will feature...
  • Behind the Scenes of Broadway's YouTube Musical Comedy About Gays in Russia

    Harvey Fierstein, Andrew Rannells, Michael Urie, Roger Rees, Jonathan Groff, Laura Benanti: All of these familiar Broadway faces, and a ton more, got together to put on a show. Making the rounds online ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics, "Russian Broadway...
  • Central Florida arts: 2013 in review

     Central Florida arts: 2013 in review
    It's the time of year for looking back on 2013's memorable moments and trends from Central Florida arts scene. • Star of the Year: God. We had a lot of religion on our stages this year. Theatre Downtown presented "Godspell" with Vine Theatre....