Fast Track: ‘Book of Mormon’ wins big at the Tony Awards

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday

The Tony Awards honor “The Book of Mormon” and “War Horse” as the big winners at Sunday’s ceremony, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. (Los Angeles Times)

Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band saxophonist, suffers a stroke at 69. (AP)

Laura Ziskin, producer of the “Spider-Man” films, died of breast cancer Sunday at age 61. (Los Angeles Times)


First Lady Michelle Obama lands in the City of Angels to discuss with SAG members and the AFTRA how Hollywood could tell stories about military families. (LA Now)

J.J. Abrams’ action flick “Super 8" crushes “X-Men” and bums out “Judy Moody” at the weekend box office. (Los Angeles Times)

Men around the world rejoice: Pippa Middleton has split from her English cricketer boyfriend, Alex Loudon. (OK!)

“The Game of Thrones” season finale has Sean Bean dishing about Ned Stark’s self-betrayal. (Show Tracker, Access Hollywood)

Eminem, Lil Wayne, Mumford & Sons, Arcade Fire and Florence and the Machine get nods for stealing the show at the close of Bonnaroo 2011. (MTV)

“Rolling in the Deep” songstress Adele talks about her powerful voice overpowering the glitz of the music biz. (Los Angeles Times)

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