If Disney’s visual Genie tribute earlier this week gave you nostalgia pangs and reminded you just how memorable Robin’s onscreen personality was, wait until you watch this video of the Broadway cast of Aladdin leading a sing-along of “Friend Like Me” with the audience on Tuesday night. More
This video of the Broadway cast of The Lion King breaking into song on the New York subway just caused my eyes to get all watery, so I need to share it with you. More
Disney could ruin our favorite musicals. Let’s never let this happen. More
Well hey there, Shia LaBeouf. Long time no WTF. If you were wondering when and where Shia would work his way back into the news through his erratic behavior, the answer is last night at a performance of the Broadway musical Cabaret, during which he was arrested. More
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more difficult to be on Woody Allen‘s side, it did. In addition to everything else he’s been accused of, there are new allegations of racism floating around as well. Charming. More
Jimmy Fallon is sort of the king of turning things into other things, particularly types of songs into types of other songs. This time the hip hop songs he and Anne choose to perform sound jazzy and fabulous in the style of Broadway. More
I think a lot of my fellow ’90s kids would agree with me when I say that hearing Disney songs, especially ones from movies that came out when I was a kid, instantly puts me in a good mood. That’s doubly true when the song is something as majestic as “The Circle of Life.” So watching the Australian cast of the Lion King stage musical start singing it spontaneously on a plane gives me all the feels. More
It’s been three days since John Travolta totally butchered Idina Menzel’s name at the Oscars, and I’m still laughing about it. Seriously, I have not stopped laughing for almost 72 hours. It’s been pretty difficult to have a conversation with anyone, but at least I’m getting a great ab workout. More
No matter how fast you run, no matter how many times you play the Wicked soundtrack and do a rain dance, no matter how often you pinch yourself to wake up from the nightmare, Carly Rae Jepsen is coming for you, and she’s wearing an enormous ball gown. More
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The latest screen-to-stage venture is the Groundhog Day musical. That’s right, the movie where Bill Murray relives the same day over and over again is becoming a musical. In honor of this new announcement, and the fact that another classic movie seems to be getting the musical treatment every day, we’ve rounded up eleven more shows in the works that are based on films. More
I just don’t want to hear any version of “Let it Go” that doesn’t have her singing it. Demi Lovato’s is great and all, but let’s be real. Nobody compares to Idina. More
We hear a lot about the hot, beautiful people of Hollywood. We see their faces splashed on the pages of gossip magazines, we flock to the big screen to see their movies, we tune in every week to see them on our favorite tv shows. But what if I told you there was a whole other world of attractive men hiding in plain sight? Allow me to introduce you to the hottest guys on Broadway. They’ve been here all along, starring in Broadway plays and musicals, singing their heart out in YouTube videos, strutting on the red carpet at the Tony Awards, and occasionally appearing in films and TV shows. Take a peek at some of the hot guys you can see performing live eight shows a week on Broadway, or on stages across the country. More
Just when you think the internet can’t deliver another Mean Girls mash-up, it gives us a musical. A MUSICAL GUYS! Everyone loves music, even Amber D’Alessio. More
I can almost guarantee that this won’t be the last time I say this in my life, but Shia LaBeouf is being kind of an asshole, you guys. I get that friction happens between actors the way it has been between Shia and Alec Baldwin, but what I don’t get is why it’s necessary for Shia to continue posting their private correspondence publicly on Twitter. More