[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Episode 2 of “Les Misérables” on PBS.] “I Dreamed a Dream” is perhaps one of the most well-known tunes from the musical version of “Les Misérables, ...
The leading character in “Les Miserables,” he says, “scales buildings like Spider-Man… speaks a lot like Iron Man and struggles against his own demons. He has struggled to do the right ...
Lily Collins walks into the room barefoot, stilettos in hand. She's all done up-her marathon of publicity appearances today must include a shoot or two-but she's not about to wear the heels any longer ...
Director Tom Shankland didn’t want his “Les Miserables” to be anything like the stage-musical version of Victor Hugo’s sweeping historical novel, nor like the 2012 Tom Hooper feature-film ...
You may be interested to know that before “Les Miserables” was a movie based on an international smash pop opera it was a novel by Victor Hugo that gave birth to a host of movies and miniseries ...
Fresh off of a lengthy hiatus, John Murphy, the legendary composer for the likes of Kick Ass, 28 Days Later, and Sunshine, returns to the mainstream with his work on the BBC mini-series adaptation ...
Even in non-musical form, the role of Fantine in Les Misérables comes with plenty of juicy material for an actor to sink her teeth into, and Lily Collins made sure not to squander this ...
Do you hear the people sing? LES MISERABLES is coming to Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville from June 18 to 23, 2019. Cameron Mackintoshpresents the new production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel ...
This was mainly out of obligation, to be honest. The six-part series aired its first episode Sunday, the same night as the debut of a certain show starring zombies, dragons and queens. It is currently ...
From award-winning screenwriter Andrew Davies, the latest dramatic adaptation of Les Misérables (airing on Masterpiece on PBS) is a six-part epic story that delves deep into the many layers of ...
“Les Misérables” has major stones to debut on the same day and in the same timeslot as the hotly anticipated return of “Game of Thrones,” and that confidence isn’t necessarily foolish or unfounded. ...