At least that's what Bradley Bredeweg, the executive producer behind Freeform's The Fosters, and Rockwell Table & Stage's executive producer Kate Pazakis are hoping for!
Following the success of their rock musicalRomeo & Juliet: Love is a Battlefield starring Corbin Bleu and Ashley Argota, Bradley and Kate are joining forces again for a genre and film classic fusion inspired by The Breakfast Club!
Watching NCIS Los Angelesstar Barrett Foa on Monday night at Rockwell Table & Stage recreate a New Jersey production of Les Miserables he went to was one of the most thrilling pieces of cabaret we have ever seen!!!
As you may recall, the Brokeback Mountain actor starred in a four-performance benefit concert of Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George at theNew York City Center back in October. Then, in mid-December, it was revealed that the production was moving to Broadway AND would be performed in the newly renovated Hudson Theatre.
Thankfully, a sneak peek from the show has since been dropped by Mr. Gyllenhaal himself on Facebook. The vid, filmed by Beasts Of No Nation director Cary Fukunaga, features a heavily bearded Jake belting out one of the musical's most memorable songs, named Finishing The Hat. Color us impressed!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the 36-year-old's singing chops for yourself (below)! You WON'T regret it!
Insiders even hinted that the original trio — Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint — were already being coaxed to reprise their roles as adult Harry, Hermione, and Ron for the future installment.
Speaking on the Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast, journalist and historian Jim Hill — who is apparently connected with the film departments at Disney and Universal Studios — said:
That sent shockwaves through the entertainment community, at least as it relates to the inauguration, and now Holliday is speaking out to explain her decision, and what she went through with the entire process.
Speaking with THR, Holliday reveals her reasoning in the first place for accepting the invitation late last week:
April Ryan, the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, asked Spicer how the White House plans to "revamp its image" after two months of divisive policies and persistent reports of Trump's connection to Russia.
Unfortunately, the word "Russia" triggered old Spicey like a Soviet sleeper agent, launching him into full-on defensive jerkwad mode.
Spicer interrupted Ryan's question to unleash a cued-up tirade, barking: