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.
Los Angeles saw an increase in the production of features and television series last quarter, but it’s too early to say if the growth foreshadows a rebound for the city’s entertainment industry.
With a beefed-up tax-credit program, Maryland looks to lure more productions such as “House of Cards” and “Veep” to film there.
Corbet is earning raves for his performance of the charming Simon, who soon shows a sinister and violent side beneath his pleasant facade. The sought-after actor and filmmker spoke to Backstage about his rapidly rising career.
Executive Director of the Louisiana International Film Festival Chesley Heymsfield on launching the fest, the healthy state of filmmaking in La., and the importance of community.
In his latest film, “It’s a Disaster,” he manages to stand out in a cast that includes Julia Stiles and America Ferrara while doing something new—playing the straight man. Cross spoke to us about how he built a career as a scene stealer.
Over the last few years the Windy City has experienced a renaissance of sorts, thanks in part to its iconic skyline, skilled production workforce, and universal esteem—but mostly thanks to the 30-percent tax credit enacted in early 2009.
Kurylenko stars opposite Tom Cruise in the sci-fi epic “Oblivion.” The rising star gave us some advice that helped lead her to “the biggest year of my life.”
Endlessly quotable and hilariously deadpan, this end-of-the-world movie benefits from its cast—including Julia Stiles, David Cross, and America Ferrera—and its characters’ seemingly endless variations on navel-gazing selfishness.
Terrence Malick delivers a swooning, sad drama about how hard it is to make love last.