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Audra McDonald, Bryan Cranston Highlight Tony Award Winners!

Audra McDonald scored her sixth Tony Award for acting, making her the winningest actor of all time, while Bryan Cranston snared his first Tony in a ceremony marked by a lot of sentimentality and, as always, a few surprises. Darkhorse, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, which led the field with ten nominations, won the Tony for Best Musical at the American Theatre Wing’s 68th Annual Tony Awards last night (June 8). One of the many sentimental favorites, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, won the Tony for Best Musical Revival, while its star Neil Patrick Harris won for Best Actor in a musical. ...

Robert Pattinson: Fame Has Made Me Totally Neurotic; Believe It?

Robert Pattinson says his “Twilight” fame is based on blind luck and he’s totally neurotic as a result. From panic attacks and body dysmorphia to “overall tremendous anxiety,” fame has made him a basket case. So what would he rather be doing? “I’d prefer to get drunk,” he says. Rob opens up about the burdens of fame in a new interview....

Robert Pattinson Cast in James Dean Film; Guess Who He’ll Play!

Robert Pattinson has often been compared to 50s-era movie star James Dean. Now he’ll star in a new movie “Life,” about Dean and his enduring friendship with Life magazine photographer Dennis Stock. But guess who will be playing Dean, the iconic anti-hero. It won’t be Rob. He’s slated to play Stock while Dane DeHaan will play Dean, who became a Hollywood legend, even though he only starred in three films and and appeared uncredited in four other pictures before he died in a 1955 car crash....