Mike Barrett said: "Jeez, why so ignorant towards people with mental health issues and PTSD? I think it’s great they’re their Incase they need it. Not sure how someone could be against it or make their eyes roll. If you’re aware of the show at all there are some scenes that I’m sure could be graphic enough to trigger someone’s PTSD. Do you not believe that’s a thing? A better recommendation would maybe be to suggest to someone who may feel this way
How do we know he hasn't apologised to said parties already? How do we know he hasn't already shown remorse?It is possible that this has already occurred and those who hired him have witnessed it. He is a young guy who made a very stupid mistake, but frankly also a very common mistake that I imagine a lot of young men make these days when trying to impress othersand fit in.
The whole cultural wave that exists around this stuff is desp
"According to the lawsuit, Waterbury found out on May 15 of this year that Finlay "had been secretly recording and saving explicit photographs and videos of her while she was without clothing and/or while the two were engaged in sexual activities." She also discovered that they had been shared with many other people. The lawsuit maintains that Wat
perfectliar said: "There are going to be some seriously icky undertones to having a white Ursula try to steal the voice of a black Ariel."
Good point. Hopefully they still have time to change their minds and go with Queen Latifah. Disney even knows she's perfect since they've already shown us exactly what she would look like in the part:
Live Action Little Mermaid - Ursula? Jul 3
2019, 05:17:01 PM
If anything, this should confirm exactly why they're going with McCarthy, when Queen Latifah would have been an obvious and better choice. I don't believe for a second Disney would be daring enough to cast both Ariel and Ursula with black actresses.
Bailey is adorable, and I'm glad to hear they're going with a real singer (which is more vital for this Disney princess than any other). If her casting means we have to have McCarthy, so be it.
Any chance anyone saw the matinee today? Evidently Michael Fatica, the other Sonny understudy (who usually plays Phil Spector, the Top of the Pops guy, and other minor characters), was in for Jarrod. He's pretty short so I imagine the height issue mentioned above with the other understudy wasn't an issue. Curious how he did. (Doesn't hurt that I think he's pretty adorable.)
Eh, it's not just the usual Netflix movie though. NF wants to be an Oscars player and has committed to giving this a fall 2020 theatrical release and awards push before it hits their service. Streep, Kidman and co. in awards bait doesn't seem insane at all. (Whether it has any cha
People decided to discuss it here too, as you can likely expect to happen in any thread discussing this show. You're not going to be able to segregate the opinions when any support of this show will likely involve lining the pockets of a homophobic z
Those who claimed Beetlejuice's performance didn't sell any tickets were wrong, and those who said it did were right--the show was up $140,000 over the previous week and had its highest grossing week yet (although still far
Late to the party. After hearing bad things, I had no interest in seeing the show, but my friend got tickets, so I went. I actually thought it was a pretty fun way to spend a few hours. None of the songs were very good (other than maybe the "If I knew then what I knew now" number in the second act), but they were functional enough in the moment. The book had a lot of great lines (and was stronger than the score, other than the forced dead-mom-family-reconciliation climax; but then,
Burn This Mobile Lottery Jun 2
2019, 09:51:31 AM
Yep, won on my first try too. I think it was the second week of previews. Got first row mezzanine, the last seat all the way on the right. Couldn't see the right side of the stage, which I believe was just the door, but really was a perfect view.
I rushed on Friday the 10th. I didn't get there until 10:45 (after a dentist appointment). I had no trouble getting a ticket. The very nice man at the box office gave me side orchestra row C. Excellent view, super close. The five or so seats closer to the aisle were all empty, so I could have moved over.
I really don't think this is one you'll need to line up for. Getting there at 10 should be fine.