It’s time once more for the newsiest news in theatre and film from the past week:
So what I’m about to say could’ve easily remained within the confines of Twitter — which is where I originally posted it! — but I find it too interesting (did you enjoy that autofellatio?) not to provide it with the spotlight of its own piece.
Jim Parsons will star in the film adaptation of Mathew Lopez’s play The Legend of Georgia McBride, which played New York City’s MCC Theater in 2015 before being produced at countless regional theatres elsewhere.
There’s been a lot of recent theatre news fit to print responses to. You know what that means: Time for another theatre news roundup!
And now it’s time for another Movie News Roundup, compiling recent movie news that’s fit to print responses to.
HBO Films’ The Final Year — playing in theaters now; hitting a boob-tube near you later — charts the diplomatic efforts of four key members in the Obama administration’s foreign policy team over the course of 2017, their final year in office.
You’ve almost positively absolutely definitely totally in all probability seen 12 Strong before, but that still doesn’t make it ever less than enjoyable to watch.
Every scene in Lover for a Day presents itself as a cinematically-constructed reflection on the nature of love and relationships.