“It’s vital for film, TV, and theater to be inclusive of the people who will engage in it, and who will learn to dream from it,” the Academy Award-winning actor told BuzzFeed News.
Well, I’m looking for a dream on a mean machine, with hell in his eyes.
The star of Smash is playing another actor in Roundabout Theatre Company’s revival of Noises Off on Broadway. Her character may be different, but Hilty empathizes all the same.
How did the latest live TV musical stack up against its predecessors?
BroadwayCon is Comic Con for Broadway lovers. It was basically musical theater nerd heaven in the middle of this past weekend’s blizzard in New York.
The CW’s post-apocalyptic series The 100 features characters with fluid sexual identities in a world without homophobia. Showrunner Jason Rothenberg spoke to BuzzFeed News about why his bisexual lead won’t label herself. SPOILERS through the Season 3 premiere.
After a 15-year career behind the camera, Savage talks to BuzzFeed News about the role that brought him back in front of it and what he learned from Kevin Arnold.
BuzzFeed has the exclusive first track from the cast recording of the musical based on the 1996 Disney film and Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
The Revenant leads with 12 nominations and Mad Max: Fury Road follows close behind with 10.
Based on The Man Who Fell to Earth, Lazarus — with a score of Bowie classics and a book co-written by the artist — gained new poignancy following his Jan. 10 death.
I see you shiver with antici…pation. UPDATED: Another Tony Award winner joins the cast!
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked with a group of actors about their particularly outstanding achievements — on screen and off. Here are our features, presented in chronological order of when they were published.
In 2015, BuzzFeed News talked to disappearing ’00s star Susan May Pratt, found out the story behind Love and Basketball, and had Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg talk to each other about their career highlights. Here are our best retrospectives of the year, in the order they were published.
BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Empire, Furious 7, and Making a Murderer). Here’s the best of those features, presented in the order of when it was published. Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
Comedy, drama, Western, romance, documentary — horror in 2015 refused to be limited to one genre.
With so many shows featuring zombies, serial killers, and supervillains, the death toll was bound to be high. These are the TV characters who bit it in 2015, presented in alphabetical order. (SPOILER ALERT for basically every TV series.)
Yes, Hamilton was everything — but there was so much more. Within is the best theater I saw this year, presented in alphabetical order.
NBC’s latest live musical was too good to watch with ironic detachment. Future live musicals take note: The bar has been raised.
Here’s what not to watch before your big feast.
Lesli Margherita, who starred in Matilda the Musical and now Dames at Sea, plays over-the-top characters both onstage and off. And being loud, brash, and bold is paying off.