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'Come From Away' lands 7 Tony nominations including best musical


Others likely to join it include "A Bronx Tale", " Come From Away ", " Natasha , Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812", "War Paint" and " Groundhog Day ". Andrew Lloyd Webber is the most produced composer on Broadway, a distinction that will win him no Tony Awards in 2017. " Come From Away ", which ran last summer and fall at Ford's Theatre, will compete in seven categories, And " Sweat ", which had a pivotal pre-New York engagement at Arena early in 2016 before coming to NY, received three ... Read More »

Melissa McCarthy Returns as Sean Spicer to SNL


Unfortunately, Trump was at "a golf course in New Jersey". Spicer dodged further question about this today, though Jackson pressed him by asking "why won't you explain whether or not there are recordings?" However, it turns out the role of the gum-chewing White House Press Secretary nearly went to an entirely different person. Read More »

Trump Tweet Sparks Legal Questions Over Comey Firing

Mr Trump has faced a backlash for dismissing Mr Comey on Tuesday. Trump's firing of Comey is perhaps the most naked sign yet of his corruption. "That threat ... is certainly pointed enough in the context of everything else we know including Trump's own account of the dinner with Comey , to be part of a pattern of obstruction of justice". Read More »

Sir Paul McCartney shares Pirates character picture


Sources told Deadline reporter that Dead Men Tell No Tales directors Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg, along with producer Jerry Bruckheimer, had returned to production to "add an extra big set-piece scene", apparently built around McCartney's character. Read More »

Miss USA: Health care 'a privilege,' not a right

As one of the top five finalists, a pageant official asked McCullough whether she thinks that affordable health care for all US citizens is a right or a privilege . She was born in Naples, Italy, but raised in Virginia Beach. Nuclear Regulatory Commission where she works as a chemist when she said in her introductory video online, "We regulate nuclear power plants". Read More »

France's new president names a Republican as prime minister

French President Emmanuel Macron said that the possibility of change to European Union treaties was "not taboo" and that he wanted to see better protection for Europe's workers. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, an arch conservative who has come to personify Berlin's focus on fiscal rectitude, had suggested that Macron's idea of creating a budget and finance minister for the euro zone was unrealistic because it would require politically thorny changes to the European Union treaty. Read More »

Loretta Lynn starting rehabilitation after stroke


The 85-year-old country music legend's team took to her official Twitter account on Monday, May 15, to let fans know that she is making progress almost two weeks after her health scare. "We hope for a speedy recovery!" The country star celebrated her 85th birthday on April 14. She cancelled a run of shows following her latest health emergency. Read More »

Prince Philip Is Retiring 'Cos Duh, He's A Billion

As noted, Prince Philip (both alone and with the Queen) will attend the meetings that were previously scheduled for the period up to August. The Queen's household were called to Buckingham Palace for a special meeting to be told of the development but when news leaked out about the gathering there was wild speculation on the internet and social media about the reasons behind it. Read More »

Who will replace James Comey — FBI chief sacking

Comey's replacement requires Senate confirmation. Trump's tweet came the morning after he asserted Comey had told him three times that he wasn't under FBI investigation. The conservative judge also sentenced football star Michael Vick to almost two years in federal prison for running a dog-fighting operation in Virginia in 2007. Read More »

McIlroy 'struggling' with sore back, to get MRI


I had a lot of opportunities. "But there's so many unknowns because we don't even know ... unless you get an image taken of it and you know exactly what's going on you don't know. Singh would surpass the 52-year-old Sam Snead as the oldest victor in PGA Tour history with his first victory since 2008. Stanley has one PGA Tour win, the 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Read More »

The side of McKayla Maroney you haven't seen before


Luckily, many of McKayla's fans came to her defense on social media, letting the haters know that McKayl's post isn't a bad example - it's just her expressing herself as she has every right to do. Maroney didn't address the butt implant rumors, but it wasn't the first time she was accused of altering her body. McKayla has since retired from gymnastics after sustaining an injury to her tibia in 2012. Read More »

Injustice 2 Lands a Launch Trailer

To celebrate the occasion, DC Entertainment released the official gameplay launch trailer for the highly anticipated game ahead of its debut today. In addition to scenes of Batman and Superman going toe-to-toe with Brainiac, the Injustice 2 Launch Trailer also features an all new Steve Aoki remix of " Jungle " by X Ambassadors. Read More »

Hillary Clinton launching new political group


In a follow-up series of tweets , Clinton mentioned several organizations Onward Together would "support" including Indivisible Team, Swing Left , Color of Change , and Emerge America . "The challenges we face as a country are real". It aims to empower Democrats and liberal groups building a network of candidates in the 2018 mid-term polls to oppose President Donald Trump. Read More »

Mo'Nique calls out Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry and Lee Daniels


She reiterates: "No baby, I wasn't "black-balled", I was f**ked up by some n**gas who have no balls", to applause from the audience. The 49-year-old later added a few more expletives and said she's being treated unfairly. Saturday night, she hosted a comedy special at the Apollo in Harlem and described her "blackballing" as "while-balling" because it's white folks in Hollywood who no longer want to work with her. Read More »

Met Gala flashionista: Lena Dunham strips naked for ultimate statement

But Rihanna didn't just slay on the Met's red carpet, she slayed all day as the outfit she was wearing while walking around NYC earlier this morning clearly demonstrates. His wife Julia Carey wore a glittering gold number. What they did actually broke the Met Gala's no-selfie rule, which Vogue and Anna Wintour first set in 2015. Read More »

Actor Powers Boothe dead at 68

His funeral will be a private service held in Texas and his family are considering a public memorial later in the year, his agent said . He also played the role of Lamar Wyatt on "Nashville ". On TV, he was also the right-wing Vice President Noah Daniels on Fox's "24". From there, Boothe starred as Philip Marlowe on HBO's Philip Marlowe, Private Eye , taking on a role previously played by hardboiled legends Humphrey Bogart, Dick Powell, and Robert Mitchum. Read More »

Justin Bieber Mumbai concert: why everyone is talking about supermodel Neelam Gill

Before hitting the stage in front of 50,000 Indian fans in the packed stadium, the pop star took a bus ride around the city with some adorable children from the slums of Mumbai . Justin Bieber's crew posted updates from the event on social media, much to the excitement of his fans. She picked a cool jacket from Sonam Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor's new label Rheson! At the same time, they noticed that the pop sensation was merely lip-syncing to numerous songs and this highly disappointed them for ... Read More »

Coroner says excessive caffeine led to healthy 16-year-old boy's death

So risky, in fact, that the coroner is now warning his friends and family about their potentially deadly consequences. Watts said an autopsy of Cripe showed no signs of an "unfounded" or "undiagnosed heart condition". "The objective here today is not to slam Mountain Dew, not to slam cafe lattes, or energy drinks ". Part of the danger in what happened to Davis, Watts said, is that caffeine and energy drinks affect people differently. Read More »

Acting FBI Director points to Trump's misconceptions

The director is a presidential appointee, but in practice the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an institution has worked more like the uniformed military than like other parts of the administration. "I think it's a good idea", he continued. The Times said it was not clear whether the dinner was the same one that Trump described in the NBC interview in which the president acknowledged asking Comey whether he was the subject of a counter-intelligence probe. Read More »