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‘Get Out’ Producer Jason Blum Picks Up Two Tony Nominations

“Get Out” producer Jason Blum is having a busy week.He’s been in New York to present his new horror anthology series “Into the Dark” at Hulu’s Upfront presentation. But that’s not the only thing worth celebrating in the Blum household. The horror movie maestro is now a Tony Award-nominated producer.Blum has credits on both “The […]

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Denzel Washington’s Not Worried About Netflix, But Says He’ll Finish His Career in Theater

While movie stars from Will Smith to Adam Sandler have embraced Netflix projects at the expense of seeing their work open in theaters around the country, Denzel Washington has yet to change things up. The actor may have started his career on the small screen with his breakthrough role in “St. Elsewhere,” but he hasn’t […]

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Ralph Woolsey, ‘Batman’ and ‘The Great Santini’ Cinematographer, Dies at 104

Ralph Woolsey, the Emmy-winning cinematographer who worked on the first season of Batman and shot films including The Great Santini, The New Centurions and The Iceman Cometh, has died. He was 104.Woolsey died March 23 at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif., the American Society of Cinematographers announced. […]

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Denzel Washington To Receive New Dramatists’ 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award

Denzel Washington, about to hit the Broadway stage in George C. Wolfe’s production of The Iceman Cometh, will receive New Dramatists’ 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award, an honor that’s previously gone to such stage artists as Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Edward Albee, Meryl Streep and Stephen Sondheim, among others. The award will be presented to the […]

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How Broadway Sets the Stage for This Year’s Oscars

You’ll see a lot of Broadway at the Oscars this year.There are ties to the theater industry, of course, in nominees like Laurie Metcalf (“Lady Bird”), Denzel Washington (“Roman J. Israel, Esq.”), and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (“Coco”), all with projects now on Broadway (“Three Tall Women,” “Frozen”) or soon to start previews (“The […]

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