Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Jeremy Jordan and More Broadway Alums Board Outliving Emily
Broadway vets Jeremy Jordan, Olympia Dukakis, Louis Zorich and Phylicia Rashad will star in Eric Weber’s Outliving Emily. Variety reports that the film follows the stormy marriage of a couple over fifty years, with six vignettes being portrayed by 12 actors.
Kevin Spacey Gives Audience Member a Lesson on Unquestioning Loyalty
Kevin Spacey had our unquestioning loyalty the minute his sinister House of Cards character, Frank Underwood, demanded it. Unfortunately, one audience member at London's Old Vic seemed to have missed the Netflix series, and received a lesson that they will not be forgetting at the opening night of the Tony and Oscar winner's latest play, Clarence Darrow. The Daily Mail reports that a mobile started ringing, causing the Tony and Oscar winner, in character, to yell: “if you don't answer that, I will.” We imagine they will be triple checking all their electronic devices are turned off at the theater from now on.
Judi Dench and Matthew Morrison to Star Opposite Prince Harry's Ex in Tom Stoppard Film
This is a sentence we never saw ourselves typing. Dame Judi Dench and Glee favorite Matthew Morrison, along with Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas, have joined the cast of the movie Tulip Fever, scripted by Tony winner Tom Stoppard. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dench will rescue orphaned children as The Abbess of St. Ursula’s, Morrison will play a drunk artist called Mattheus, while Bonas will play Mrs. Steen, a merchant’s young wife. Supermodel Cara Delevigne, along with Zach Galifianakis, Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, Jack O’Connell, Holliday Grainger and Christoph Waltz will also appear.
Mariah Carey May Duet With Frozen's Olaf
Looks like Mariah Carey's determined to be the Queen of the Christmas charts. A rumor has appeared on popmusicgadly.com that the superstar is looking to duet with Frozen’s lovable snowman on a remake of her hit “All I Want for Christmas is You," for her upcoming festive album. Tony nominee Josh Gad, who plays Olaf in the hit movie, is no doubt eagerly anticipating Carey's call.