With Broadway prepping for a September return to full capacity audiences, keeping up with the fast-coming show announcements can be tricky. Deadline has compiled this list of upcoming Broadway openings, including dates, venues and links to purchase tickets. Check back for updates. Also, we’ve added a “To Be Announced” roster of productions that are expected
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News Herbert Announces New Album Musca, Shares New Song Featuring Y’akato: Listen “The Way” announces the latest album in Matthew Herbert’s domestic house series By Evan Minsker May 11, 2021 Facebook Twitter Herbert and Y’akato (courtesy Accidental Records) Facebook Twitter Matthew Herbert has announced his latest album under the name Herbert. Musca is out October
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May 11, 2021 | 9:26pm ET From Fight Club to The Illusionist, Edward Norton knows a thing or two about solving mysteries — or actually, maybe he’s just good at getting caught up in them. Either way, it’s fitting that he’s now joining the cast of Rian Johnson‘s upcoming Knives Out sequel. Norton will star
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Last night, Lucky Daye stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform “How Much Can A Heart Take,” featuring Yebba. The tit-for-tat duet is lifted from his latest project Table For Two, which includes guest appearances from all woman singers.  The televised rendition of “How Much” was filmed in a reconditioned chapel made for impressive performances such as
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Morray – Can’t Use Me (Official Music Video) STREET SERMONS Out Now: https://morray.lnk.to/StreetSermons IG: @morrayda1 Subscribe to Morray https://tinyurl.com/yy8fzunh Follow Morray (@morrayda1) http://facebook.com/morrayda1 http://instagram.com/morrayda1 Tweets by morrayda1 Can’t Use Me Lyrics: [Chorus] It’s crazy how the money makes the lies feel like the truth And everybody phony you just do not have the proof I
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Radio On (1979) Director: Christopher Petit Cast: David Beames, Lisa Kreuzer Run time: 104 mins Format: Blu-ray Release: 17 May 2021 on Blu-ray, iTunes and Amazon Prime. Jamie Havlin takes a look at Chris Petit’s existential road movie Radio On, a film with maybe the best soundtrack ever assembled in British cinema. While in American
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Ready to feel old? This summer marks 20 years since the release of Disney’s 2001 teen coming-of-age classic, The Princess Diaries. That’s right, it’s been two decades since Anne Hathaway‘s Mia Thermopolis learned of her royal lineage and began ruling over the fictional land of Genovia with the help of her grandmother, Queen Clarice (played
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As part of our celebrations to mark Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday, here, in full, is Richard Williams’ definitive review of Dylan’s most recent studio album, Rough And Rowdy Ways… In his 2016 Nobel Prize lecture – which he did not deliver in person but eventually published as a recording, with piano accompaniment, and a short
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