He's also writing and starring in it.
It's a British period sex comedy.
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And he's played by Bill Nighy.
Plus: Rupert Everett has some controversial advice for closeted gay actors and actresses.
And Molly Sims stars in a Latisse parody.
Where the bold-face names ate and drank this week.
Plus: Mariah Carey's new album is dedicated to us.
That's what the actor hears, anyway. Through hotel-room walls.
The phenomenon of Hollywood and TV stars hitting Broadway is a growth industry that just keeps expanding, downturn be damned.
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You know, because she's on Percocet. Otherwise, the 15-year-old would be the life of the party.