The stars came out last night in Beverly Hills for the Fourth Annual Critics Choice Awards. Held at the landmark Beverly Hilton hotel, the event, broadcast live for the first time (on the CW network), honored both FX’s “Fargo” and Netflix’s “Orange Is The New Black” more than any other program while Matt Bomer picked up a […]
“The Normal Heart” is finally here this Sunday on HBO and while you’ve probably read the previews and interviews (with stars Matt Bomer and Jonathan Groff) as well as seen the trailers you may still need a helpful guide as to who’s who in the film. Ask and you shall receive. The following is a […]
From “Frozen” to “Looking” to “The Normal Heart,” the past year has been damn good for Jonathan Groff. Both the Disney film and the HBO series were hits and this Sunday is the premiere of the Larry Kramer adaptation, directed by Ryan Murphy. Groff is only in the early part of the film as Craig […]
It’s almost here…. We’ve been waiting for “The Normal Heart” ever since it was announced that HBO was making a film version of the renowned Larry Kramer play and now, a few weeks out from its May 25th airdate, I’ve had an early peek at the film and wanted to offer up what we now […]
Ryan Murphy announces potential big reunion via Twitter.
“American Horror Story” has been really into Stevie Nicks this season, and now the show will be going the extra mile. [xfinity-record-button id=”5299739892062945112″ program_type=”series”] “Guess who’s visiting the Coven? The legendary Stevie Nicks!” Murphy tweeted this morning. Rejoice, fans of flowing garments: This means there’s finally a possibility of Stevie Nicks and Patti LuPone singing […]
You gotta figure any actor in town wants to get involved in a Ryan Murphy project. Just ask the cast of “Glee” or “American Horror Story.” Cheyenne Jackson, the newly-single Broadway star with a growing TV and film resume has been added to the cast of Open, a pilot Murphy is doing for HBO.
Is there anything more despicable than parents of LGBT youth who choose to throw their kids into the streets rather than love them and try to understand who they really are?
Producer Ryan Murphy also disclosed that Cory Monteith’s death forces the show’s writers to now craft a different ending for the series than they had originally intended. Latest details …
It’s still unclear what will become of “Glee” after the first three episodes of Season 5. Following the tragic July death of star Cory Monteith, the writing staff has had to course-correct their season while they, along with the entire cast and crew, mourn the death of their friend and colleague.