Marshall’s time to shine


Rob Marshall, who many thought had a shot to win an Oscar when he was nominated for "Chicago," has had better luck at the Emmys. He picked up a statue for helming "Tony Bennett: An American Classic."

It’s Marshall’s second Emmy. He won for choreography when he put the song and dance into "Annie" back in 1999,

Marshall always had a lot of class when "Chicago" was making the rounds and, as evidenced by "Dreamgirls" and now "Hairspray," has helped reinvent the musical for the bigscreen.

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  1. cadavra says:

    Um, didn’t Adam Shankman direct HAIRSPRAY?

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