Here's What Happened When Taylor Swift And Eddie Redmayne Did A Screen Test For "Les Misérables" Together
Taylor auditioned for the 2012 film but didn't land the part.
"In The End, It Screwed Up My Brain,” And 18 Other Things Actors Have Said About Their Most Difficult Roles
"I don’t think you can go through something like this and not have some sort of PTSD afterward."
"I’m just not very good in it."
"I Dreamed A Dream" that you'd be able to pass this quiz.
Call Me A Nerd, But I'm Just Really Curious If You Associate The Same Songs With These Musicals As I Do Too
Good luck leaving without these songs in your head.
"Me, a princess? SHUT UP!"
Drew Barrymore deserves WAY more credit for her only scene in Scream.
I'm sorry, Shirley Henderson was HOW old when she played Moaning Myrtle??
Mask for the Phantom, fur for the cats, and both for Simba.
Are we all thinking the same thing?
I feel like it shouldn't be this confusing.
I understand if you skipped the 2004 Phantom of the Opera.
There's at least one super-famous song in each of these musicals.
"Literally from the beginning credits [of My Girl], she starts crying because she remembers the ending."
I had no idea he was in THIS many movies!
"Do you hear the people sing?"
What show are Angelica and Jean ValJean from?
Do you give off big Hamilton vibes?
Are you ~next to normal~?
"Defying Gravity", "Seasons of Love", or "Elephant Love Medley"?
Movie marathon starting...NOW.
More like Anne Hath-taken-my-breath-away, right?
If You've Watched At Least 50/79 Of These Films That Didn't Win Best Picture Then You're A Movie Buff
Not everyone can be a winner, but these are still great films.
Pretty Woman is charming, but do we really need this show in 2018?
Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, and Ian McKellen are also set to star in the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical.
Are you Eponine or Cosette?
*Crosses fingers for Princess Mia*
::adds these (and a value pack of Kleenex) to my Amazon cart::
Eva Noblezada comes to the iconic musical with a fresh outlook on diversity onstage, just as Miss Saigon works to move past its controversial history.
Because singing your heart out is always better than talking.
"If you fall in love, that's great. But that's not what life always needs to be about."
Because La La Land didn't invent the modern movie musical.
"A bath solves most of the problems in my life. And Pizza Express."
Hint: Basically anything starring Julie Andrews.
Real life Disney princess, everyone.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste, who made Broadway history in July during his turn in Les Misérables, died in an accident on Friday night.
The West Des Moines Community School District has a LOT of talented teachers. This is insanely good.
Make that *renewed* super fan.
"I could offer you a warm embrace to make you feel my love." Annnd I'm sobbing.
The musical, now running at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse, combines the Disney film's score with the more adult themes of Victor Hugo's classic novel.
Can we live? Can we dream a dream?
Empty chairs at empty theaters.
"ONE DAY S'MORE." Cookie Monster stars as Jean Bon-Bon in the hilarious "Les Mousserables."
CBS's first quarter earnings, released today, shined in part because it doesn't own a major movie studio. At least not yet.
And how a digital tiger will devour The Avengers.
And will Quentin Tarantino beat out Amour and Zero Dark Thirty for Best Original Screenplay?
To launch Oscar winner predictions, we start with a category that is stupendously obvious. And another that is...not.
Just how many awards have Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Anne Hathaway won this season? SPOILER ALERT: It's a lot.
Zero Dark Thirty, Lincoln, and Les Miserables stand neck and neck in the derby, with three others close behind.
The actress looked holier-than-thou at the premiere of her new film, Les Miserables.
Meet Samantha Barks. The virtual unknown (in the USA) beat out the pop princess to play Eponine in the upcoming movie adaption of "Les Miserables". And with good reason: Barks has over a year of experience playing the character on stage.
Do you hear the people sing, singing the songs of working men?