Jon Hamm and Robert Morse - A host of stars were photogrpahed as they attended the AMC Celebration of The Mad Men 7 Episodes Of "Mad Men" With The Black & Red Ball. The event was held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015
Robert Morse and Charles Morse - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived at the 10th Annual Final Draft Awards which were held at the Hollywood Center Studios in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 12th February 2015
Breaking Bad has won five of the nine categories in the Primetime Emmy Drama Awards. The series, which finished its run last year, dominated this section of the awards and won the award for Outstanding Drama Series amongst others. Here is a quick analysis of each drama category.
The Primetime Emmy Awards were held on Monday evening (25th August) in Los Angeles and there was stiff competition in every category although the results were ultimately highly predictable.
Breaking Bad dominated the drama awards at the Primetime Emmys.
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Daniel Radcliffe, who received mostly positive reviews this week for his starring role in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, says that he is open to appearing in a movie version of the show. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Radcliffe said, "A lot of things would have to be right for it to happen. ... In terms of The Script, I think it's very hard to adapt. But, you know, nor [sic] am I going to rule out the possibility." Radcliffe indicated that producers may already be dickering with Hollywood, especially in light of the solid reviews the Broadway show generated. "The producers of the show would not be doing their jobs properly if they were not at this moment in time talking about the possibility of a 'How to Succeed' movie," he said. In fact, a movie version of the show was released in 1967 with Robert Morse, who also starred in the original Broadway production, in the lead.
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And what jokes they are! The very American Robert Morse stars as a British visitor to L.A., a wannabe poet who gets caught up in the machinations of a cemetary owner (Jonathan Winters) and his top mortician (Rod Steiger in the role of a lifetime). It's more cult than cemetary, and Morse soon becomes enchanted with one the cemetary's guide/beautician/chanteuse (a dippy Anajette Comer). The film haphazardly careens from subplot to subplot, eventually settling into a set piece about a kid obsessed with rockets, which Winters sees as the solution to the problem of running out of space for "loved ones" in the cemetary (aka corpses).
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