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42 minutes ago, Andy_90's_generation said:

someone know if Jim will be attending the Tonys tomorrow? it's tomorrow, right?

Yes The Tony's are on Sunday night in NYC

He's not presenting, but TBITB is nominated for Best Revival of a Play. so I imagine he will be there.

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Jim and Todd at the Tonys...

He was not announced as a presenter earlier, so this is a surprise.

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3 pictures - Jim, Laurie and Todd

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10 hours ago, vonmar said:

 

It really was a good awards show--so entertaining James C did a great job

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From Playbill   (slideshow in the link)

Go Inside DKC/O&M’s Exclusive Tony Awards After Party at the Carlyle

Broadway public relations firm DKC/O&M held its traditional Tony Awards post-show celebration after the 73rd annual ceremony June 9. Following the show, the stars converged at the Carlyle Hotel for the Broadway bash, celebrating the 2018–2019 season on the Great White Way.

 

 

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From TV Line

Emmys 2019: Lead Actor in a Comedy Series — Our 6 Dream Nominees!

JIM PARSONS, THE BIG BANG THEORY

WHY HE DESERVES A NOD: He stuck the landing, that’s why. In the CBS sitcom’s 12th and final season, Parsons not only made Sheldon Cooper the insufferable, infuriating, idiosyncratic brainiac that we’d long known and loved, he opened the heart of his emotionally obtuse alter ego wider than ever before. And, as the Nobel Prize winner expressed his affection for his friends with a genuineness that felt at once unprecedented and entirely in character, another victory for his portrayer seemed ever more assured.

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From variety.com

Jim Parsons on Coming Out and Life After ‘The Big Bang Theory’

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Jim Parsons just stepped away from a 12-year commitment — and is preparing to step into a new yet familiar role. After four Emmys and untold numbers of physics-inflected jokes on “The Big Bang Theory,” Parsons is reprising a part he played on Broadway in 2018. A Netflix adaptation of the drama “The Boys in the Band,” to be executive produced by Ryan Murphy, is slated to start filming in July. It’s a role that comes with some complications for an actor who only just moved from the “Big Bang” home base in Los Angeles to New York.

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Jim at Variety's "Power of Pride" cover story party...

 

 

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I feel he is so through with BBT.   There is a slight note of I don’t know disgust in his answer. Is it me. Am I the only one that gets that vibe?

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14 minutes ago, Shamyyes said:

I feel he is so through with BBT.   There is a slight note of I don’t know disgust in his answer. Is it me. Am I the only one that gets that vibe?

It's still so new.  People taking about reunions after just a few months.  He needs a very long break from that character before he ever even considers doing that again.  

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Just now, vonmar said:

It's still so new.  People taking about reunions after just a few months.  He needs a very long break from that character before he ever even considers doing that again.  

I agree. I feel he will miss everyone involved in the show but not the character so much. I don't blame him . That had to be a tough character to play for all those years. 

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i think it is an age issue, and he has a very valid point there. he always said even in early seasons he would hate to be middle age and play sheldon. 

the fact that he suggested Ian, I think shows that he feels affection for the show, but he is over playing that guy. imo.

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Maybe you are all right  because it is because it hasn’t been that long. I would hate to think he “dislikes” Sheldon. I’m sure there is still the fear of typecasting or being “stuck” in that role forever. 

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From last nights event... (Source)

 

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(Jim & Billy Eichner)

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From GLSEN

Jim and Todd will once again be Honorary Co-Chairs for the GLSEN Respect Awards (LA) on Friday, October 25, 2019 at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

 

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