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Neil Patrick Harris May Host Tonys; "Lombardi" Closing

Noh • Neil Patrick Harris is in talks to host the upcoming Tony Awards. Yesterday, the nominations for this year's ceremony were announced. We'll have to wait until June 12 to see if Harris is "legendary" as a host. Deadline's got the story.

• The Broadway play "Lombardi" will close on May 22 despite Judith Light receiving a Tony nomination for her role in the production. Check it out at The New York Times.

Forbes looks at media analyst Rich Greenfield's proposal that argues HBO should become its own company. The Time Warner-owned premium television channel generates $4 billion in revenue, so it's unlikely Time Warner would let it go easily.

• Warner Bros. bought the parent company of Rotten Tomatoes reported Los Angeles Times.

• Also according to Los Angeles Times, Chris Todd, the chief of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, says Hollywood need to do a better job of promoting itself. It's true. Before the article, I hadn't even heard of this "Hollywood."

Pictured: Neil Patrick Harris (Photo: Getty Images)

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