NBC is moving beyond mere "holiday Broadway musical events" when it comes to its live productions. According to Variety, the network is currently considering a live staging of Aaron Sorkin's play A Few Good Men.
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At first we thought there was no way this video was legit and that some YouTuber with too much downtime pieced it all together. But after watching a montage of various movie clips of Jack Nicholson (including Batman, The Shining, and A Few Good Men), the video transitions to a shot of Jack himself approving the message that Hillary is our girl. Will Jacks endorsement be enough to give her the edge she needs? Well have a few more answers come early Wednesday morning after Ohio and Texas cast their ballots on Tuesday! But, of course, we cant resist the response video that popped up shortly after:Your take: Which video do you think was pieced together better?
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Supernatural fans, get ready to make a pilgrimage: CW cutie Jensen Ackles returns to his home state to headline a revival of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men at Fort Worth's Casa Mañana Theatre, June 5-10, says TheaterMania.com. Ackles nicely fills out Tom Cruise's uniform as a naive Navy lawyer, while Lou Diamond Phillips gets to chew the scenery in the Jack Nicholson role. Can you handle that truth? TheaterMania.com also reports that Debra Jo Rupp will go from That '70s Show matriarch to Mrs. Cleaver as The Butcher of Baraboo, a dark comedy about a butcher with a missing husband, running off-Broadway starting May 24. Reporting by Raven Snook