Tim Grierson reviews "ParaNorman," "Sparkle," "Compliance," "Cosmopolis," "Robot & Frank," and "Chicken With Plums."
As states like New York, North Carolina, and Oregon strengthen their tax incentives for local film and TV production, actors may be tempted to leave L.A. for good.
Clay Pecorin and Justin Zackham run Two Ton Films, jokingly named after their waistlines. Together they produced “The Big Wedding,” which was written and directed by Zackham and stars Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton.
Watch the video , where the trio, who are nominated for best ensemble at the SAG Awards (Arkin is also individually nominated in supporting actor), discuss getting their SAG cards, bad auditions, and playing real-life individuals.
The largest studio for film and TV production outside Hollywood could double in size over the next decade, adding to New York’s growing entertainment industry infrastructure.
For Holland, who is known for his prolific New York stage career (including "Joe Turner's Come and Gone" on Broadway), "42" marks a big moment. We chatted with the actor about how he landed the part, making the film, and what he learned along the way.
Rich King Casting is holding auditions in Palm Springs for background talent for "Behind the Candelabra," an HBO movie starring Michael Douglas as Liberace.
When director Tom Hooper was looking to cast his Jean Valjean in “Les Misérables,” he quickly realized only one man could pull off the physicality, the dramatics, and the singing.
The indie film stalwart chats with backstage during the Sundance Film Festival about his starring role in Lynn Shelton's latest movie and his acting course.
Catrett Locke Casting is casting actors to portray parents, female bartenders, and a male bouncer in the feature film, which shoots in Georgia in July.