New York City theater won big across the pond at the Old Vic Theatre, which was home to the 61st annual London Evening Standard Theater Awards on Nov. 22.
The male buddy film formula is well-known, but what about the female duo flicks?
Actors are often asked to play a character whose accent is different from their own, which can be daunting. However, these are just some of those who fully put on the character and surprise us when they take it off again.
The multihyphenate actor is at last making his Broadway debut in “Of Mice and Men,” co-starring Chris O’Dowd and Leighton Meester.
Miles Teller graces our cover this week, and he chats with Backstage about his performances in Sundance sensation "Whiplash" as well as his upcoming comedy "That Awkward Moment."
The great thrill of this glossy, sexy, pervy thriller—starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Nicole Kidman—is in recalling the clues dropped on the way, along with those lingering close-ups of material possessions that practically amount to commercials.
Before you throw away a nomination on Kidman, I would ask you to reconsider one of the best performances of the year: Ann Dowd in “Compliance.”
Efron’s singing and dancing days are on hold while the heartthrob explores the dark side in Lee Daniels’ controversial new film opposite Kidman and Matthew McConaughey.