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Jules   Feb 19, 2017   'The Price'

Jessica Hecht and Tony Shalhoub also star in the Arthur Miller drama. Read More: // here

Jules   Feb 12, 2017   Photo Alert

Honoree Scarlett Johansson and actor Mark Ruffalo attend the 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on February 8, 2017 in New York City. View: // here

Jules   Feb 4, 2017   'The Price'

Terry Kinney directs the show, which officially opens March 16 at the American Airlines Theatre. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 29, 2017   'The Price', Photo Alert

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Jules   Jan 23, 2017   Gallery/Icons

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Jules   Jan 7, 2017   'The Price', Stage

The Oscar-nominated actor will join the cast of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Arthur Miller revival, replacing John Turturro, who has bowed out due to his filming schedule. The upcoming Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s 1968 drama The Price has lost a key castmember with the exit of John Turturro, but gained a notable replacement in three-time Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo. He joins Tony Shalhoub, Jessica Hecht and Danny DeVito in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival, which begins previews Feb. 16 at the American Airlines Theatre, with an official opening set for March 16. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 7, 2017   Site News

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Jules   Dec 17, 2016   Press / Article

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Jules   Dec 4, 2016   Gallery/Icons

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Jules   Nov 24, 2016   Media / Article

As Edge of Seventeen adds another film to the coming-to-age canon we look back at the best there has ever been, from Carrie and Clueless to Mud and Moonlight Kelly Fremon Craig’s Edge of Seventeen premieres this week, a fresh entry in an enduring genre: the coming-of-age film. In movies as in real life, these stories are awkward, tender, tragic, triumphant, surreal, nightmarish, funny – sometimes all at once. Their magic lies in the insight they can offer, how universal and unifying they are no matter the details of the narratives, their time and place. Here are the essentials.
13 Going On 30 – The guilty-pleasure essential, a romcom carried by the potent charm of Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo. Jenna (Garner) is a 13-year-old yearning to be “30, flirty and fun” who gets her wish, waking up with a nude man in an apartment – and a body – she doesn’t recognize. What follows is light and goofy and joyous, with a more substantial message about maintaining emotional engagement and heart in a world that wants us to be cynical, mean and detached. Read More: // here