“Gangster Squad,” whose claim to have been inspired by a true story is based solely on there once being a mobster named Mickey Cohen in Los Angeles, wastes a top-notch cast, including Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, and Emma Stone.
Kasi Lemmons talks about the unconventional path that led her to directing and her latest film the inspirational holiday feature, "Black Nativity."
After casting big budget films for Disney for years, Ross was excited to have more creative freedom—and the chance to bring back actors with whom she'd previously worked, calling casting directors "the number one ally to all actors."
John Cooper, director of the Sundance Film Festival since 2009 and part of the Sundance programming team for more than 20 years, explains how actors and filmmakers can make the most of it.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead makes a stunning turn in “Smashed,” hitting theaters Oct. 12 after acclaimed runs at the Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals.
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.
As part of the SAG Foundation and Backstage Indie Spirit Award nominees series, the stars of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s actorly dark comedy chatted with Annette Insdorff about their philosophies and the challenges of shooting 12-minute scenes.
Stacy Lambe makes the argument that Posey’s comedic turn as shrill actress Jennifer Jolie in “Scream 3” is the best of the indie queen’s attempts to infiltrate the mainstream.
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.
Gabriel Mann, who can be see on ABC's "Revenge," calls Naomi Watts' performance "brilliant" in "Mulholland Drive."