"It's about finding a comfort zone. I guess I'm just more comfortable being other people than I am being myself."
Name an iconic John Travolta role. It's hard to single out just one, when there are many characters that have attained the highest rung on the pop culture ladder.
The creative team falls back on tired character types and clashing cliches.
Helmer-choreographer Kathleen Marshall's much-hyped 2007 Broadway staging of this venerable rock 'n' roll tuner may have sprung forth from the NBC talent competition "Grease: You're the One That I…
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Battling British web ITV1 hopes Simon Cowell can provide the answer to its summer ratings woes. ITV, which earlier this week inked an exclusive three-year contract with Cowell worth a record £20…
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