You wouldn’t know that Somali pirate Muse in Paul Greengrass’ “Captain Phillips” was Abdi’s film debut—he’s both terrifying and sympathetic as the one in control. We spoke to Abdi about how thankful he is he didn’t leave the open casting call early.
Although the invite states that no performers are allowed, that couldn’t stop Joan Rivers and William Shatner from coming to honor managers, agents, and casting directors at the 12th Annual Talent Managers Association Heller Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sept. 19.
Emmy winner Aaron Paul, who is nominated again for "Breaking Bad," chatted with Backstage about his Emmy nomination, his acting process, and his future projects.
The SAG Award nominee spoke about his controversial role in the buzzy indie “Whiplash,” working with a first-time director, and what Arnold Schwarzenegger said about his triceps.
The film stars Daniel Radcliffe in a career-redefining performance as the college-age Ginsberg; casting director Laura Rosenthal filled the screen around him with unfamiliar faces and used the faces of familiar actors in unfamiliar ways.
Attendees of the 30th Annual Artios Awards in New York City got a pleasant surprise last night when some special guests appeared to help honor director Rob Marshall.
The British actor and Golden Globe nominee has been wowing audiences and critics for months in the Stephen Hawking biopic “The Theory of Everything.”
Secret Agent Man selects his favorite performances of the television season.
Harry Hamlin talks about his Emmy nomination for playing Jim Cutler on "Mad Men" and why he almost didn't take the role.
The Austin auteur spent a dozen years on the epic tale of one average Texas boy’s coming-of-age—and touts the film culture of the state.