View Comments Beanie Feldstein Star Files Beanie Feldstein In addition to tending to her Ozark obsession, planning elaborate costumes for themed Zoom trivia nights with friends and dusting off her autographed picture of Barbra Streisand (Babs heard all about Feldstein’s Funny Girl-themed birthday party when she was three), Beanie Feldstein recently delivered a memorable performance while in quarantine. She was among the many stars to perform in Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration. Feldstein performed “It Takes Two” from Into the Woods with her bestie Ben Platt. “Ben and I did Into the Woods in high school together in tenth grade. He was The Baker, and I was Little Red,” she explained. “[Into the Woods is] such a meaningful piece to us. It was really special to see how even when we’re in different places, we can somehow be together. We were in our own homes, but it felt like we were together.” Enjoy the full interview below, and catch Feldstein and Platt’s performance here around 32:54! Ben Platt
Upd. at 14:18 They say Barça and Inter spoke about Pedro after the Catalan side’s recent Champions League match with Manchester City. After Wednesday night’s win against Almeria he admitted there are several clubs interested in him. Pedro has already revealed he’s finding it tough with Luis Suarez, Neymar and Lionel Messi all ahead of him in Luis Enrique’s plans. In concrete, a move to Inter Milan, who have made personal contact with the player according to ‘Corriere dello Sport’. Sport EN Inter boss Roberto Mancini, according to the report in ‘Corriere dello Sport’, is personally taking the attempt to sign Pedro into his own hands. CEST In the talks about the Canary Islander — who Barça would sell for around €17million — the name Mateo Kovacic also popped up, a player the Blaugrana are interested in. On Tuesday he was linked with Liverpool, who are interested in him taking Raheem Sterling’s place, while now a move to Italy is being talked about. 09/04/2015 Pedro’s future looks increasingly like being away from Camp Nou — especially if we take in to account what is being reported in the international press. However, the 27-year-old also said he will wait until the end of the season before taking a decision on what to do with his future.