Hugh Grant Says He’s 'Too Old and Ugly' to Do Romantic Comedies Anymore

Don’t expect to see Hugh Grant in an upcoming rom-com. During the The Hollywood Reporter’s drama actor roundtable — which also featured actors Richard Madden, Billy Porter, Diego Luna, Sam Rockwell and Stephan James — Grant, 58, was asked if he had an “inferiority complex” from always starring in romantic comedies, and he confessed that he felt he was no longer cut out for those

» Read more

Beetlejuice Tony Nominee Alex Brightman on Finding His 'Own Version' of the Iconic Character

There’s arguably no performer working harder on Broadway at the moment than Alex Brightman, who’s currently headlining Beetlejuice as the demon himself. Tony-nominated for his wildly energetic and madcap performance (the show is up for a total of eight Tonys at Sunday’s awards show), Brightman (School of Rock) takes over the iconic part from Michael Keaton, who originated the role

» Read more

How a Broadway Horror Story Led Gary's Kristine Nielsen and Julie White to the Tony Awards

Taylor Mac’s Tony-nominated new play Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus serves as an imagined follow-up to William Shakespeare’s most violent play. As it turns out, it’s path to Broadway was similarly chaotic. Mere days before previews were set to begin, actress Andrea Martin was forced to step down from a lead role in the production due to injuries related

» Read more
1 2 3