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Jake Gyllenhaal Posts Rehearsal Video for New Broadway Show
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Hillary Clinton Raises at Least $2 Million From Star-Studded Broadway Fundraiser
Hillary Clinton 's campaign raised at least $2 million Monday night from a star-studded Broadway event in New York City that included performances by Julia Roberts , Sarah Jessica Parker , Neil Patrick Harris and " Hamilton " creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda. The evening's host was comedian Billy
Sarah Jessica Parker on 'Divorce' and How It Inspired Her Return to TV
Parker appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her new HBO series "Divorce."
Clinton's 'Deplorables' Comment Show Disdain for Working People, Trump Camp Says
Hillary Clinton's comments at a star-studded fundraiser in New York City that half of Donald Trump's supporters are a "basket of deplorables" are getting slammed by the Trump campaign as a sign of "how little she thinks of the hard-working men and women of America." GOP vice presidential candidate
Emily Blunt Says She Gets 'Very Nervous' About Being Tough
Emily Blunt talks to Peter Travers about her "claim to royal fame" and how the FBI helped train her for the new movie "Sicario."
'Inside Out' star Mindy Kaling on the Characters Inside Her Head
Kaling takes us inside the mind of her character "Disgust" and breaks out in song with a Stephen Sondheim favorite on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers'.
Blur, Josh Groban, Zac Brown Band, Raekwon and More Music Reviews
This week ‘90s Britpop legends Blur makes a triumphant return, Josh Groban sings some classic show tunes, the members of the Zac Brown Band continue to smudge the edges between country and rock, Wu-Tang member Raekwon brings along an all-star cast on his latest effort, Depeche Mode ’s Martin Gore
Stephen Sondheim Calls Lady Gaga's Oscar Performance a 'Travesty'
Julie Andrews herself may have approved of Lady Gaga 's "Sound of Music" medley at last month's Oscars, but another musical legend, Stephen Sondheim , called it a "travesty." The veteran Broadway composer and lyricist told the Times of London in an interview picked up by Playbill.com , "On the
Movie Reviews: 'The Interview,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Unbroken'
"The Interview" Starring James Franco and Seth Rogen Rated R Two-and-a-half out of five stars Let me put this in the appropriate parlance for a Seth Rogen-James Franco movie: Holy "The Interview" is extremely mediocre, and this is coming from a fan of their past films, such as "This Is the End!"