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Melissa Leo: Playing pretend but not playing around

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Q&A: Garth Brooks on new anthology and lip syncing

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Grapevine: Miracles singer Pete Moore dies

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Badu offers ‘soul therapy’ before Soul Train Awards

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Classical music concerts, Nov 23-29

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Review: Strong cast, strong views raise ‘Last Flag’

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Review: ‘Man Who Invented Christmas’ is a holiday keeper

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Melissa Leo: Playing pretend but not playing around
The intense Academy Award-winning actress is again earning Oscar buzz for her vicious role in ‘Novitiate’ Toronto -- Melissa Leo is seated inside a crowded hotel cafe during September’s Toronto International Film Festival. She blends into the crowd; few realize a fiery Oscar-winning actress is in their midst. Leo is starring in “Novitiate,” in which she plays a ferocious Reverend Mother overseeing a class of would-be nuns   Read More ...
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Review: Melissa Leo schools young nuns in ‘Novitiate’
With Margaret Betts’ blistering debut, Academy Award-winner Leo could earn herself another invite to the Oscars A group of nuns-to-be get the schooling of a lifetime in “Novitiate,” a harsh, searing religious drama which revolves around a hellfire performance from a volcanic Melissa Leo. Leo’s not the star of the film, but tryToronto telling her that. Her Reverend Mother is as ferocious and barking a character as we’ve seen on screen all year   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Square’ a bizarre mix of oblivious, outrageous
An examination of social context, elitism, cultural bubbles and more, “The Square” is — to put it precisely — absolutely bonkers. But purposefully bonkers. It’s not just that a monkey casually saunters through someone’s apartment or that a small child terrorizes adults, or that a piece of supposed performance art explodes into violence. All that stuff is indeed bonkers, but so are the more placid moments, the times that aren’t supposed to feel strange but still do   Read More ...
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Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford, on injured ankle: 'I’ll be all right'
Last Slide Next Slide Stafford injured his right ankle on a 43-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Jones early in the fourth quarter and wasn't the same quarterback the rest of the way as the Lions lost to the Minnesota Vikings on Thanksgiving, 30-23. Stafford completed just 3 of 6 passes for 7 yards, missed a third-down throw to a wide-open Golden Tate and tossed an interception on his final attempt as the Lions failed to pick up a first down on their two drives after the injury   Read More ...
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Pioneering jazz singer Jon Hendricks dies at 96
Toledo, Ohio – Jon Hendricks, the pioneering jazz singer and lyricist who with the trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross popularized the “vocalese” singing style in which words were added to instrumental songs, has died. He was 96. His daughter, Aria Hendricks, confirmed his death to the New York Times. She said he died Wednesday at a New York City hospital. Hendricks found fame in the 1950s and ‘60s teaming with Dave Lambert and Annie Ross   Read More ...
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‘An American in Paris’ musical stands on its own
Musical theatergoers who enjoy old-fashioned Broadway musicals — singing, dancing and lavish sets — are sure to be delighted when “An American in Paris” debuts in Detroit next week. The national touring production, inspired by the beloved film starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, begins a two-week run at the Detroit Opera House. on Tuesday. The creative team behind the musical play has adapted the story for a modern audience, while retaining the musical and other charms of the 1951 film, which won an Academy Award for Best Picture   Read More ...
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Artist Spotlight: Brother Son
Next: Brother Son, which only started playing live earlier this year, celebrates the release of its album “Young & Pretty” on Saturday at the Loving Touch, 22634 Woodward in Ferndale. Doors open at 8 p.m. for the all-ages show and cover is $8. Legume, Grainger and Captwolf open the show. Visit facebook.com/brothersonofficial for information.   Read More ...
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Review: JET takes the 'American Buffalo' challenge
When it is staged in top form and really running well, David Mamet’s “American Buffalo” can be a force of nature. The 1975 play about small-time thieves in an even smaller Chicago resale shop makes use of Mamet’s trademark language, much of it vulgar, to comment on the way people interact in an increasingly cold and paranoid world. Sometimes the actors in the new production at the Jewish Ensemble Theatre — most notably Matthew David as Teach — do right by Mamet   Read More ...
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Christmas shows pop up all over Metro Detroit
It may seem as if there are so many holiday extravaganzas playing Detroit area theaters over the holiday season, there must be a candy cane and snowflake-bedecked factory somewhere, where these shows are concocted. Well — yes, more or less. Meet David King. He’s the producer behind “Christmas Wonderland Holiday Spectacular” due in at the Fisher Theater Dec. 12-17, and the British-based impresario laughs heartily when asked if he couldn’t have come up with one more word for that show title   Read More ...
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Mariah Carey’s shining bright at Christmas time
Mariah Carey is the queen of Christmas and it only took one tune. That tune, of course, is “All I Want for Christmas Is You” and since debuting 23 years ago, it gets more and more beloved each season. The song’s role in the romantic comedy “Love Actually” only helped to further cement it as a holiday standard topping Billboard’s list as the most downloaded Christmas song of all time last year   Read More ...
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Q&A: Garth Brooks on new anthology and lip syncing
Garth Brooks says he’s happy to share the first of five anthologies he created with his fans while he’s still alive and kicking. “Every artist seems to wait ‘till they’re dead, and I just don’t know how you enjoy that. Or everybody is so old that nobody can remember the stories, it just gets kind all muddied up,” he said in a recent interview   Read More ...
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Review: Blah Barbra Streisand concert film a gooey lump
The point of paying for a babysitter, fighting traffic and paying huge ticket prices to go see your favorite music act in the flesh is to see them working hard – to see them sweat. But you’ll never catch even a bead of perspiration in the new Barbra Streisand concert film. An icy Babs efficiently runs through various hits in her vast catalog without a hint of strain or unscripted patter in the tedious “Barbra: The Music… The Mem’ries… The Magic!” on Netflix   Read More ...
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Grapevine: Miracles singer Pete Moore dies
Also news on Gwyneth Paltrow and Nick Carter Miracles singer dies Pete Moore dies. Warren “Pete” Moore, a singer with Motown’s The Miracles, died Sunday at age 78. No cause of death was given. “I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Warren ‘Pete’ Moore, a fine human being and valued member of the Motown family,” Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr   Read More ...
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Review: Denzel Washington overwhelms ‘Roman J. Israel’
Writer-director Dan Gilroy had Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington in mind when he was creating the script for “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” His instincts were right. Washington buries himself deep in the role of a savant lawyer who finds himself at a major junction in his life when his mentor dies. For Washington, it’s not enough just to deliver words from a script; he embodies the characters he plays to the point of total transformation   Read More ...
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Disney star Jordan Fisher wins ‘Dancing with the Stars’
Los Angeles — Disney Channel star Jordan Fisher has been crowned the winner of “Dancing with the Stars” alongside partner Lindsay Arnold. Fisher beat out violinist Lindsey Stirling and actor Frankie Muniz for the Mirrorball Trophy on the season 25 finale of the ABC reality competition Tuesday. Fisher paid tribute to Arnold on Twitter after the announcement, writing: “There aren’t words to describe the feeling of going through BATTLE with my SISTER   Read More ...
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Badu offers ‘soul therapy’ before Soul Train Awards
West Hollywood, Calif. — There’s no question that Erykah Badu is the soul hostess. On Sunday, she’ll host the Soul Train Awards. on BET. But earlier this week, she was the soulful host who invited a small group of reporters to a West Hollywood hotel suite for an introductory lesson on chakras. Badu transformed a room at Le Parc Suite Hotel into an intimate spiritual classroom Monday night for what she described as a “soul therapy” session   Read More ...
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Bob Seger opens up about medical scare that derailed tour, talks Glenn Frey-inspired album
Bob Seger was three weeks into his tour when the numb tingle first crept into his hands. "Whoa, this is weird,” Seger remembers thinking after a Sept. 12 show in Rochester, N.Y. At 72, the iconic Detroit rocker had been riding high. His 32-show tour was packing arenas, and reviews were glowing. Beyond the nightly set of time-tested heartland hits, Seger and the Silver Bullet Band had been rehearsing all his new songs, prepping for the November release of the album "I Knew You When," his emotional tribute to late friend and Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey   Read More ...
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A Perfect Circle at the Fox Theater Detroit
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook A Perfect Circle at the Fox Theater Detroit The shadows of A Perfect Circle members (left to right) guitarist James Iha, bassist Matt McJunkins, singer Maynard James Keenan, guitarist Billy Howerdel and drummer Jeff Friedl are project onto a screen in front of the stage as they perform the song 'The Package' at the Fox Theater in Detroit on Tuesday, November 21, 2017   Read More ...
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Review: Halsey makes Little Caesars Arena her ‘Kingdom’
Poised and confident, the 23-year-old singer put on a stunning show at the new arena on Tuesday Detroit’s Masonic Temple is only about a quarter-mile from Little Caesars Arena, but in terms of live performance spaces, the two venues are several worlds apart. When Halsey performed a sold-out show at the Masonic Temple in summer 2016, Little Caesars Arena was still just a hole in the ground   Read More ...
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Tickets on sale Nov. 26: ‘Les Miz,’ ‘School of Rock’
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Tickets on sale Nov. 26: ‘Les Miz,’ ‘School of Rock’ Tickets go on sale Sunday for several plays coming to the Fisher Theatre. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Classical music concerts, Nov 23-29
CLASSICAL. Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Program celebrating British rockers Queen features the DSO, a full rock band, guest conductor and arranger Brent Havens and vocalist Brody Dolyniuk, 8 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun, Orchestra Hall at Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward, Detroit. 313-576-5111. $48 and up. Lincoln Trio: 8 p.m. Sat. Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. Fourth, Ann Arbor   Read More ...
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Review: ‘The Man Who’ over-explains ‘A Christmas Carol’
Dan Stevens plays Charles Dickens in ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas,’ which tells of ‘A Christmas Carol’s’ creation Bah, humbug. “The Man Who Invented Christmas” is the story of Charles Dickens and how a crippling case of writer’s block and a pile of mounting debt led to the creation of “A Christmas Carol.” As a biopic, it’s standard issue stuff, and Dan Stevens gives a flat, risk-free performance as Dickens   Read More ...
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Review: A solid Denzel grounds ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’
Denzel Washington plays a conflicted lawyer in a movie that is unsure of itself but still worth a look “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” is effective as a character study, less so as a thriller, so it’s unfortunate that it pivots into the latter in its final act after becoming unsure of what to do with itself. Still, Denzel Washington gives enough of himself to his quirky, morally conflicted lawyer that “Roman J   Read More ...
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Review: Strong cast, strong views raise ‘Last Flag’
Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne are solid as Vietnam vets on a mission in Richard Linklater’s latest A road trip becomes a soul-baring journey for three Vietnam veterans in Richard Linklater’s timely, telling comic-drama “Last Flag Flying.” Those vets are played by Steve Carell, Laurence Fishburne and Bryan Cranston, a sound squad of acting talent who chew into Linklater’s meaty script, co-written by Darryl Ponicsan and adapted from his 2005 book, a sequel to his earlier “The Last Detail   Read More ...
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Review: Convoluted ‘Coco’ tries too hard to entertain
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Review: Convoluted ‘Coco’ tries too hard to entertain A mid-level Pixar offering about a young boy transported to the Land of the Dead to learn the truth about his family. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Iran-based hacker charged with trying to extort HBO
New York — U.S. prosecutors say a member of an Iran-based hacking group tried to extort HBO out of $6 million in digital currency by stealing unaired episodes and scripts of hit shows like “Game of Thrones.” An indictment unsealed Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan accuses Behzad Mesri of hacking into the cable network’s computer system in New York. It says he stole episodes from “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “The Deuce” and other series, along with scripts of “Game of Thrones   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Man Who Invented Christmas’ is a holiday keeper
Dan Stevens stars as Charles Dickens as he's trying to finish 'A Christmas Carol' in 'The Man Who Invented Christmas.' Bleecker Street. There have been numerous TV, film and stage adaptations of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” over the years, but none is as warm and charming as Bharat Nalluri’s “The Man Who Invented Christmas.” OK. Before you start shouting “Bah, humbug,” this technically isn’t a direct adaptation of the well-known story of Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim and those three ghosts that Dickens wrote in six weeks in 1843   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Last Flag Flying’ ponders the sameness of war
Actors Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne discuss the relatablility of war drama "Last Flag Flying" at the film's red carpet premiere in New York. (Sept. 29) In this era of rampant sequelizing, has any filmmaker more playfully inverted the standard more-of-the-same monotony than Richard Linklater? His Oscar-nominated “Boyhood” was, if nothing else, a compendium of life’s chapters, filmed — and lived — year after year   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Coco’ dazzles the eyes, warms the heart
Director Lee Unkrich and other filmmakers travel to Mexico to capture the music and culture for the Pixar animated film 'Coco.' Pixar. One thing’s for certain: You’re going to want to call your grandparents after seeing Pixar’s latest masterpiece, “Coco.” The animated film, which is inspired by the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), spins a tale that beautifully celebrates the notion of family   Read More ...
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CCS hosts ‘Herstory’ & ‘Evidence of Things Unseen’
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook CCS hosts ‘Herstory’ & ‘Evidence of Things Unseen’ Two handsomely hung exhibitions at the Center Galleries at the College for Creative Studies, “Herstory” and “Evidence Not Seen,” will both provoke and give you food for thought — neither a bad thing. Exhibits will include a career retrospective for Rose Dalessandro at CCS Center Galleries   Read More ...
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Della Reese, Detroit native and star of music and TV, dies at 86
Della Reese who enjoyed dual careers, first as a jazz and pop singer and later as a TV star on CBS' "Touched By An Angel," has died at age 86. Her representative, Lynda Bensky, confirmed her death to USA TODAY, noting, "We lost a magnificent woman who was a trailblazer in many ways." Before "Touched by an Angel" debuted in 1994, Reese was mainly known as a singer, although she had costarred on "Chico and the Man," "Charlie and Company" and "The Royal Family" and hosted her own talk show, "Della   Read More ...
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Forbes names Beyonce music’s highest-earning woman
Forbes magazine says the singer earned $105 million over a yearlong period stretching from June 2016 to June of this year. Beyonce’s earnings were boosted by her “Formation” world tour last year, which Forbes says grossed $250 million. Runner-up Adele also enjoyed a successful year on the road. Her tour helped contribute to $69 million in earnings. Taylor Swift, Celine Dion and Jennifer Lopez complete the top five highest female earners in the business   Read More ...
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‘Justice League’ disappoints with $96M opening
Los Angeles – Only in the modern era of superhero films could a $96 million opening weekend be considered anything less than impressive. But that’s the situation Warner Bros. and DC’s “Justice League” find themselves in. The big budget superhero mashup came in well under expectations, which had pegged it for a $110 million launch in North American theaters. If studio estimates hold, it will also have the dubious distinction of being the lowest-opening film in the DC Extended Universe   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Mudbound’ moving epic of family, race
Perhaps it’s a sign of the times that after seeing an epic story as poetically told as Dee Rees’ “Mudbound,” feelings of awe and admiration are quickly replaced with frustration that Hollywood hasn’t traditionally embraced the artistic visions of people who aren’t white and male. Maybe it’s because feelings are so raw in this post-Weinstein era, where the obstacles women face on their way to success are just starting to be publicly understood   Read More ...
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Country music legend Mel Tillis has died at 85
Country Music Hall of Famer, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee and Grand Ole Opry member Mel Tillis died early Sunday morning at the Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Florida, according to his publicist Don Murry Grubbs. The suspected cause of death is respiratory failure. The singer, songwriter, comedian and businessman, whose genuine warmth and down-home humor drew countless fans, was 85 years old   Read More ...
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As Jeff Daniels series 'Godless' lands on Netflix, we rank his 12 greatest TV/movie roles
Outspoken news anchor. Faithless husband. Lovable nitwit. Father of our country. Depraved cowboy. Where other movie stars portray the same character over and over again with slight variations, Jeff Daniels plays everything. The nice guy from Chelsea has quietly become one of the most versatile actors of his generation, hopscotching from dramas to comedies and lead roles to supporting parts that give him a chance to interpret heroes, villains and everything in between   Read More ...
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Eminem hits 'SNL' with new song, classics; still no word on new album
On his new song, "Walk on Water," 45-year-old Eminem defiantly wrestles with insecurities about his skills and place in the world. The Detroit rapper took that internal battle to one of the biggest pressure-cookers going, performing "Walk on Water" Saturday to launch his seventh career appearance on "Saturday Night Live." As with his performance last weekend at the MTV Europe Music Awards, Eminem was backed by a string section and piano-vocalist Skylar Grey, who handled the parts sung on record by Beyoncé   Read More ...
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Jay-Z's Detroit show draws celebrities like LeBron James, Big Sean, Dwyane Wade, more
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Jay-Z's Detroit show draws celebrities like LeBron James, Big Sean, Dwyane Wade, more Jay-Z wasn't the only star in the house Saturday night as he hit Detroit for the latest stop on his 4:44 Tour. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed   Read More ...
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Review: Jay-Z celebrates career at Little Caesars Arena
The rapper performed a hits-packed 90-minute set for a full house on Saturday night Jay-Z was about halfway into his hits-packed set at Little Caesars Arena on Saturday night, transitioning from one smash into the next, when he made a bold proclamation to the near-capacity crowd. “I got a million of these!” he said, ebullient and full of life. And he does, or at least roughly 30 of them, which he performed in rapid fire fashion on an in-the-round stage in the center of the new downtown arena   Read More ...
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Photos: Jay Z's 4:44 Tour at Little Caesars Arena
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Photos: Jay Z's 4:44 Tour at Little Caesars Arena Jay-Z performs during his 4:44 Tour at Little Caesars Arena on Nov. 18, 2017. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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