Vote for your favorite version of the 'West Side Story' classic.
Plus Morgan Freeman talks about penguin ranches, on our regular late-night roundup.
Leonard Bernstein is probably rolling over in his grave this afternoon.
A number of "slight changes" have been implemented, and several songs will revert back to their original English.
Michael Riedel says that poor 91-year-old director Arthur Laurents was forced last week to yell at his actors about skipping performances.
According to our sources, Prince was watching the awards and had "fallen in love" with Olivo. And he decided he had to meet her that night.
"I can only assume I'm wearing away the cartilage in my knees, being in heels and doing this really strenuous dancing. I don't just pop out of bed anymore."
Plus: Harlan Coben and Mark Millar get big-screen treatments.
Plus: Lars von Trier introduces Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg to the 'Antichrist.'
Plus: 'West Side Story' returns to Broadway, in English and Spanish.