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Ruthin 14-year-old Dewi Wykes will play Tobias Ragg alongside the opera star in Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street Dewi Wykes, far right, pictured with Bryn Terfel and his fellow Sweeney Todd performers Lauren Morris, 21, and Tom Hier, 20 A schoolboy has been hand-picked by opera legend Bryn Terfel to join him on ... (more)
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Journal Sentinel TV and film critic Duane Dudek looks at life on the small and big screen, and some of the cool stuff on both.
The countdown to the series end of 'Mad Men' is on, and a much anticipated trailer for the 7th season has finally been released.
LOS ANGELES >> Captain America continues to vanquish box office foes, triumphing in ticket sales for the third consecutive week and dominating over megastar Johnny Depp's new movie.
Barry Bostwick's 45-year career has spanned theatre, film and television. He was the first to play T-Bird Danny Zuko in Broadway's "Grease" and earned a Tony Award nomination in the process.
Tom Skerritt figures he was 8, maybe 9, years old when he attended Saturday-morning cultural programs intended to give Detroit public school kids their first glimpse of the city's arts gems.
The setting is a Victorian Era English boarding school where strange and sinister events are abound.
Neeson didn't appear as about 50 demonstrators filled the sidewalk in front of his apartment building on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
If I were to say the words "parody movie" out loud, and you were somehow within earshot, you'd probably be upset with me .
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The world's fascination with the monster known collectively as a zombie continues to grow, with movies, television serials, novels, comics, video games, and other media forms creating new and distinct types of this creature.
Darby Stanchfield plays Abby Whelan on TV's "Scandal." Stanchfield will be in Tacoma on Monday to speak at University of Puget Sound.
When we last checked in with Steve Coogan - all the way back in early December - the British actor and comedy star was chin-deep in awards-season mode, campaigning for "Philomena," the prestige picture in which he starred opposite Judi Dench, and which he cowrote and produced.
Johnny Depp fans could use a little good news. The genuine talent hasn't made a film worth watching since 2011's Rango, and that was a cartoon - and his only half-decent movie since 2007's Sweeney Todd.
Grandmothers. Eight-year-olds. The nun who was my homeroom teacher in second grade.