Bryan Cranston(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed from today and over the summer weekend. Bryan Cranston Circling Broadway MusicalCould Tony winner Bryan Cranston (All the Way) be returning to Broadway….in a musical revival? “Yes, it’s going to be fun,” Cranston told Ipso Facto with Robert Wuhl. “I think it’s going to come together, I really do. And I’ve got some ideas about it that I’ve pitched, and those are going over very well… it’s like, ‘Wow, this would be a really, a reimagining of an old chestnut.’” We’re intrigued…Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 21 Chump Street to Bow in LondonLin-Manuel Miranda is conquering London! The Tony-winning scribe’s 21 Chump Street, a new 14-minute musical based on a true story as reported in the series This American Life, will play London’s Tristan Bates Theatre October 11 through October 19. The tuner will be one of four distinctively different pieces to play in one evening; 21 Chump Street premiered in a showcase at the Brooklyn Academy of Music back in June 2014. Miranda’s In the Heights has been playing successfully at London’s Kings Cross Theatre, while his mega hit Hamilton is set to open in the West End in October 2017 at the Victoria Palace Theatre.John Lithgow & Nina Arianda to Team Up on ScreenTony winners John Lithgow and Nina Arianda will appear in indie movie Beatriz At Dinner. Directed by Miguel Arteta and penned by Mike White, Deadline reports that the film will follow a holistic medicine practitioner who ends up at a wealthy client’s dinner party after her car breaks down. The cast is also set to feature Chloe Sevigny, Salma Hayek and more.First Look at Megan Hilty’s Warren Beatty ProjectWe now know what Megan Hilty’s secret Warren Beatty project is! Check out below a trailer for Rules Don’t Apply, which is set in 1950s Hollywood and follows the forbidden romance between two employees of Howard Hughes. The film, which along with the Broadway bombshell also features Tony winner Matthew Broderick, is scheduled for release on November 23. View Comments
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 16, 2017 at 12:04 am Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds While Miller tweeted he was “disappointed,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim used the extra time to prepare for the first game in the single-elimination tournament.“We had practice,” Boeheim said. “That’s what we do.”MORE COVERAGEGallery: Syracuse stiff-arms North Carolina-Greensboro, 90-77, in NIT openerJim Boeheim on the NIT’s experimental rules: ‘It makes no sense’Syracuse fights off NCAA Tournament disappointment to beat UNC-Greensboro, 90-77, in NIT openerAssistant coach Gerry McNamara fueled Andrew White to break his single-season 3-point recordThe Final Word: Beat writers discuss takeaways from Syracuse’s 90-77 win over UNC-Greensboro Comments About two hours after Syracuse fell short of its season-long goal of making the NCAA Tournament, the Orange’s first-round National Invitation Tournament matchup was set. No. 1 seed SU had a game scheduled fewer than 48 hours away.But due to Stella, the snowstorm that forced the university to operate on a limited basis for two days this week, the game was postponed until Wednesday night. Syracuse (19-14, 10-8 Atlantic Coast) pulled away with a 90-77 win over the Spartans (25-10, 14-4 Southern) in front of a season-low attendance of 4,288 in the Carrier Dome.With the extra day after the postponement and horrid road conditions, many Orange players turned to video games to occupy their time.“I just sat around playing video games with the team,” freshman forward Taurean Thompson said.Thompson said half of SU’s roster went to Tyler Lydon’s house to play for bragging rights. The freshman’s favorite games are Call of Duty and 2K basketball. Walk-ons Adrian Autry Jr. and Ky Feldman are Lydon’s roommates.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“They’re big into 2K,” Lydon said, “but me and Adrian like to play FIFA. We play a lot of sports games.”Andrew White, who scored a game-high 34 points on Wednesday, spent the extra time “stuck in the house.” He also made the trek from his University Village apartment to the Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center to get extra reps.While Syracuse spent the time at home, North Carolina-Greensboro had to go through its typical pregame routines for a second day in a row. The game wasn’t postponed on Tuesday until about 1 p.m. and UNCG head coach Wes Miller tweeted that it’d have helped him know earlier on.