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Sean Hayes is set to host 2010 Tony Awards

Greg In Hollywood: Sean Hayes is not only a 2010 Tony Award nominee for his role in the musical "Promises, Promises", but it’s just been announced that he will follow in the footsteps of such stars as Hugh Jackman, Angela Lansbury, Neil Patrick Harris, Rosie O’Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg as host of the Tonys!

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The Three Stooges to Return in a New Action Comedy

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Earl Benjamin, CEO of C3 Entertainment, Inc. Alan Simpson, CEO of Grand Peaks Entertainment and Brian O’Shea, CEO of The Exchange announced today that The Three Stooges are returning to the big screen in a new action-comedy feature film, with Sean Hayes (Larry), Chris Diamantopoulos (Moe) and Will Sasso (Curly) all set to reprise their roles from 2012’s The Three Stooges. A “major action star” is expected to be added to the cast, it was announced. Directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly are not involved at this time, their film having grossed about $55 million worldwide on a $30 million budget.

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StarWarsFan3327d ago

I'm surprised because the first didn't perform amazingly. But I'm happy to see the ambition. I thought there were solid moments in the first that could be harnessed more efficiently and replicated more often.

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Sean Hayes Joins CBS' 'The Millers' As Series Regular

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Emmy winner Sean Hayes has been cast as a series regular in CBS’ comedy The Millers, the network said today. Hayes will play Kip Withers, Carol Miller’s (Margo Martindale) new best friend and a new source of friction for Nathan (Will Arnett), Carol’s son. His character will be introduced during the series’ Season 2 premiere on Thursday, October 30 (8:30 PM).

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alycakes3633d ago

I like this sitcom, it's really funny just the way it is and maybe he'll add to it and be an asset or maybe he won't...we'll just have to wait and see.

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First Look at Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos, and Will Sasso as ‘The Three Stooges’

On Location Vacation: When it was first announced that Sean Hayes would play Larry in The Three Stooges I was skeptical, but after seeing these first photos of Sean in costume, it seems like he might be a perfect fit after all.

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JL4775d ago

I never doubted Hayes' ability to look the part necessarily. Instead, my skepticism comes from not having much faith that he can capture the personality/etc of the character and be the right match for the role and the style of the movie.

Crazay4774d ago

it looks cheesy - i'd rather see a proper promo shot of them.

alycakes4774d ago

It's not so much that for me as just making the 3 Stooges....I don't know that anyone can make them come alive again....not really.

Sahil4769d ago

I have a box set of Stooges CDs. In refers to “Curly’s” resentment of being forced to have his hair buzz cut, since being a womanizer, he thought it made him less attractive.

The reason we saw the demise of The Three Stooges on daytime TV was the fact that so much violence was portrayed in their work. At least that’s what the “politically correct” “moral majority” called it; despite the fact that all the impact sounds from tools and such were dubbed in afterward. Some kids actually were doing the eye-poking and head-banging that was so prevalent in their films.

Again, I don’t think we need a remake of the Stooges, but as I understand it, film deterioration has resulted in the loss of many of their episodes. Even on Nick at Night, or TVLand, when I sometimes catch the Stooges, I will be watching an episode and actually know when a part of it is missing.

No, there will never be another Three Stooges, as there will never be another Our Gang, or Leave It To Beaver, or The Andy Griffith Show (aka Mayberry RFD), or even another Steve McQueen. Some things are just better left to the originals, as they were perfect just as they were. The Stooges (with the originals, Moe, Shemp & Curly Howard, and Larry Fine) can never be properly replaced. And that’s the way it should be. The Three Stooges are dead; Long Live the Three Stooges. May they rest in peace!