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Indian filmmaker Aditya Chopra’s immensely popular 1995 Bollywood film “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,” commonly abbreviated to DDLJ, is being adapted as a Broadway stage musical titled “Come Fall In Love – The DDLJ Musical.” Set between the U.K. and India, the film, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol as Raj and Simran, is the story […]
Broadway-Bound ‘Come Fall In Love’ Musical Based On Bollywood Hit ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ Sets World Premiere
Come Fall In Love, a new musical based on the acclaimed 1995 Bollywood blockbuster film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, will open on Broadway during the 2022-23 season after a world premiere at San Diego’s Old Globe Theater in September 2022. Widely known by its initials DDLJ, the film was directed by Aditya Chopra, who will […]
11 behind-the-scenes details you didn't know about Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios, according to employees
As Halloween Horror Nights Orlando kicked off its 30th season, former and current employees opened up about working at one of the most popular haunts.
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Iranian hard-liners, now back at the helm of the country, may regularly rail against the poisoning of Islamic society by Western culture, but in Tehran, Iranians are flocking to the contemporary art museum to marvel at American pop artist Andy Warhol’s iconic soup cans. The circular floors of the Iranian capital’s Museum of Contemporary Art display a sprawling line-up of 18 classic Warhol works, recognizable at first glance: silk-screen portraits of Communist China’s founding leader Mao Zedong and Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe, paintings of Campbell Soup cans and a vintage print of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. The exhibit, simply named A Review of Andy Warhol’s Works, first opened in June and closes on Sunday.
Writer Tom Taylor clapped back at haters on Twitter who said the comic would "go woke, then broke."
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Eleven Pablo Picasso artworks will be on display Friday and Saturday at a Las Vegas Strip resort, ahead of a Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art auction that host Sotheby’s estimates could fetch a combined $100 million. The nine paintings and two ceramic pieces had been displayed inside the Picasso restaurant at the Bellagio until owner MGM Resorts decided earlier this year to sell them. “I’ve been so used to seeing them in the restaurant, it really changes the dynamic of the work to see them here inside the gallery,” Tarissa Tiberti, executive director of arts and culture at MGM Resorts, told the Las Vegas Sun.
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Prince Harry is taking on a new role! The 37-year-old royal recently served as the head judge on the judging panel for a photo competition, held by WellChild, a charity that supports sick children. “The children and families I’ve had the honor of meeting over my years working with WellChild have shown incredible optimism, courage, and resilience,” Prince Harry commented. “I wasn’t only proud to participate as a judge in this exhibition — I was deeply moved by each and every photograph, as they capture a moment and say so much about their personal story.”
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The works, which were owned by MGM Resorts, featured in the Picasso Restaurant at the Bellagio Hotel.
JoJo Siwa, is that you…or is it Jenna Johnson? The "Dancing with the Stars" contestant and her pro partner were identical to one another after undergoing a total twinning transformation for the reality competition's upcoming Halloween episode. Both women donned red athletic wear, denim jackets and high ponytails but JoJo took the costume to the next level when making sure she matched everything about Jenna's signature look.
- LA Times
Joshua Vides' creations have turned the former scofflaw graffitist into an illustrator and visual artist sought after by a growing list of global brands.
- Consequence of Sound
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and Conspirators Announce New Album and Tour, Share “The River Is Rising”: Stream
The band's North American tour in support of the new LP kicks off in early 2022. Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and Conspirators Announce New Album and Tour, Share “The River Is Rising”: Stream Jon Hadusek
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Now, nearly 2,000 of more than 10,000 pieces that stuffed his Beverly Hill's house will make their way into the hands of those who care to bid during an unusual upcoming Sotheby's auction after Jay's widow, the Emmy-winning producer Chrisann Verges, turned them over. Selby Kiffer, Sotheby's international senior specialist for books and manuscripts, was one of two experts from the auction house to visit Verges at home in California and select what they wanted for the Ricky Jay Collection. “It’s really a collection of collections,” Kiffer said ahead of the two-day live auction starting Wednesday.
- WABC – NY
Broadway's longest-running show, The Phantom of the Opera, made its triumphant return, with the legendary chandelier and the unmistakable sound of the organ - rivaled only by the energy of the sold-out crowd at the Majestic Theater.
Fans of the iconic 1960's situation comedy "The Munsters" soon will be able to own a piece of the show. Like costumes and original art.
‘Anvils, Mallets & Dynamite: The Unauthorized Biography of Looney Tunes’ Explores the History of the Toon House
Lifelong addiction to Looney Tunes and their imaginary characters and real creators is not required to enjoy journalist Jaime Weinman’s “Anvils, Mallets & Dynamite: The Unauthorized Biography of Looney Tunes,” but it will help the reader stay engaged when the tome becomes, shall we say, a bit academic. Any “serious” accounting of that place once […]
Broadway's return included a couple of stops for New York Gov. Kathy Hochul.
- House Beautiful
Dawn Trimble's emotive artwork is a reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic and "the world's awakening to systemic racism."
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber performed an unexpected set as a DJ outside the Majestic Theater on New York’s West 44th Street on October 22 after the return to Broadway of his musical, The Phantom of the Opera.Lloyd Webber waved his arms in the air as a jubilant crowd danced. He declared the earlier performance of The Phantom of the Opera “incredible”. Credit: David Gallagher via Storyful
- Kansas City Star
Next weekend’s concerts feature a world premiere, an up-and-coming talent and an exultant symphony.