Todd Graff (writer/director of Camp) did an interview with Playbill.com yesterday announcing a sequel to Camp, the cult musical theater indie film of 2003. It will be called Camp 2: Freaks in Nature. In case you’ve never heard of it, Camp tells the story of a group of musical theater obsessed misfit teens and one “popular” teenage boy whose sexuality is ambiguous. Drama ensues. There is romance, humor, sadness, wonderful musical numbers, and most importantly, hope.
Since Lady Gaga blew everyone away on Sunday at the Oscars, it got me thinking about how many celebrities have been train wrecks on stage, while I would kill to see others. Lady Gaga, a Juliard graduate, did not surprise me at all with her stunning performance.
Here’s a list of some other crazy good singers I would like to see sing their hearts out on the stage, and the roles I’d like to see them in: Continue reading My Pop Stars on Broadway Dream List
Welcome to the coverage regarding Hollywood’s best and whitest I MEAN BRIGHTEST – yes I swiped that joke from the opening number, it was just too good not to. But anyway, on with the show!
I’ve been on many dates in my time. They all come in various shapes and sizes, and can have varying results by the end of the night. You may find the love of your life, or the one person you never want to see ever again. But either way something happens, and in some very rare moments, you can indeed find the one you’ve been looking for. A new movie, adapted from an Off-Broadway show, The Last Five Years, explores the ups and downs of a young couple’s romantic relationship from first date feelings to separation.
Here’s some more Pitch for ya. Behold the newest trailer for Pitch Perfect 2, a sequel that seems to be holding nothing back – including the fierceness of the entire cast. Granted, I still have yet to see the first installment in this franchise, but the more I see trailers for the continuing story of The Barden Bellas, I get generally excited.
Normally, I hate when my favorite shows get turned into movies. Rent sucked, Phantom was pretty bad, and let’s not even talk about Nine. While Into the Woods looks promising, the jury is still out.
The idea of a Last Five Years movie freaked me out at first. Of all the musicals ever written, this one!?! I figured this was an impossibility and was going to be a train wreck.
However, this trailer makes me exorbitantly happy.
If you’ve been following DG the past couple of months, you’ll know we’re all excited and slightly nervous about Disney/Rob Marshall’s Into The Woods movie. It either could be one of the most stunning musical-to-screen adaptations to ever grace the world of cinema, or it could be a train-wreck from hell. But with this recently released trailer and some stills, I think the majority of us now have a positive outlook on this upcoming release.