Posts tagged "Cabaret"

Shia LaBeouf’s ‘Cabaret’ Disorderly Conduct Case to Be Dismissed in 6 Months if He Avoids Trouble

Shia LaBeouf, his nice suit, rattail and eyebrow piercing showed up to court today (March 20, 2015) for his disorderly conduct case, where he was met with good news.

By: Kaitlyn Laurie / March 20, 2015

How Did Sienna Miller Get a Black Eye?

Photos of Sienna Miller with a black eye began circulating the internet today, causing great concern… But worry not, dear friends! The beautiful blonde didn’t take a beating from anyone, and she’s doing just fine.

By: Kendall Fisher / March 10, 2015

An Emotional Emma Stone Wows the Crowd in ‘Cabaret’ Debut

Actress Emma Stone has taken over the role of Sally Bowles from fellow Hollywood star Michelle Williams, appearing opposite Scottish actor Alan Cumming in the hit revival of the classic Kander & Ebb musical Cabaret.

Stone made her debut just days after her 26th birthday (November 6, 2014).

By: Michael Prieve / November 12, 2014

Emma Stone is Obviously Embarrassed by Andrew Garfileld’s Very Bushy Beard

Amazing Spider-man 2 stars and lovers Emma Stone and a very bushy bearded Andrew Garfield were spotted out together yesterday (October 28, 2014) in New York City.

Emma looked somewhat ridiculous hiding under her hat while out and about with her man. Eventually she had to hold Andrew’s hand so she could see where…

By: Michael Prieve / October 29, 2014

Here’s Alan Cumming’s Take on Shia LaBeouf’s Drunken ‘Cabaret’ Incident

We finally get to hear from the man himself. You know, the man on the receiving end of the alleged butt slap from one Shia LaBeouf.

On Monday, Alan Cumming appeared on Conan and gave his version of the Cabaret fiasco that resulted in LaBeouf’s arrest in New York City earlier this summer.

By: Peggy Truong / October 21, 2014

Here’s Your First Look at a Lingerie-Clad Emma Stone in ‘Cabaret’

Ooh la la!

As previously reported, Emma Stone is set to replace Michelle Williams in Broadway’s production of Cabaret. Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we now (finally) get our first look at the Magic in the Moonlight actress’ seductive style as nightclub singer Sally Bowles.

By: Gabrielle Chung / October 15, 2014

Emma Stone Officially Joins Broadway Production of ‘Cabaret’

Time to save up: Emma Stone has officially been hired to play showgirl Sally Bowles on Broadway.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the 25-year-old actress will officially takeover Cabaret duties from Michelle Williams on Nov. 11.

By: Peggy Truong / August 20, 2014

Emma Stone in Negotiations to Make Broadway Debut in ‘Cabaret’

Emma Stone could be Broadway-bound.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the 25-year-old actress is currently in talks to make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in the revival production of Cabaret.

By: Peggy Truong / August 11, 2014

Shia LaBeouf Back in Court and May Be Ready to Cop ‘Cabaret’ Plea Deal

Shia LaBeouf is seen here arriving, and looking quite cleaned up, at Manhattan Criminal Court this morning (July 24, 2014) in New York City.

LaBeouf was arrested after he allegedly disrupted a performance of Cabaret starring Alan Cumming.

By: Michael Prieve / July 24, 2014

Shia LaBeouf Is America’s New Hot Criminal

Shia LaBeouf is free this morning, after spending the night in a holding cell. LaBeouf was noticeably disheveled as he was photographed leaving Community Court in Manhattan where he was arraigned, he was also noticeably hot.

By: Robert Kessler / June 27, 2014

Shia LaBeouf Had a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Night

Shia LaBeouf is probably wrestling with one hell of a hangover this morning, after he was arrested during a performance of Cabaret last night. According to a statement released by a spokesman for Cabaret, LaBeouf “was disruptive during act one and escorted out of Studio 54 at intermission.”…

By: Robert Kessler / June 27, 2014

What Musical Made History Before ‘Les Mis’?

Les Miserables made history in 2012 by being the first musical in the genre’s history to have its actors perform the songs live on set. But almost 40 years earlier, Bob Fosse was breaking ground as the director of Cabaret, turning Kander and Ebb’s stage musical into a hugely successful and acclaimed movie.

By: Todd Gilchrist / February 8, 2013

Alcoholics, Beatdowns and ‘Cabaret’ Hit HD

More and more awards are being handed out in the weeks leading up to the Oscars, sort of the season’s Super Bowl: the SAG Awards rewarded great acting, the DGA Awards recognized achievements in filmmaking, and Tuesday’s VES Awards celebrated the best visual effects from films released in 2012. All of which means there are…

By: Todd Gilchrist / February 6, 2013