With "Looper" hitting theaters on Friday, let's take a look at some of our favorite time traveling films over the years.
Extras Casting Atlanta is casting background and stand-ins for “Breacher,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington. Production begins in October in Georgia.
Amid awards-season bait such as “Life of Pi” are several smaller films worth your time, including “Frances Ha,” a new Alain Resnais, and Elle Fanning in “Ginger and Rosa.”
The cast of "Butter," a comedy about the rivalry at a butter sculpting competition, advises aspiring actors to take risks, work for free, and be yourself.
Screen Grab columnist Tim Grierson also reviews “Hotel Transylvania,” “Won’t Back Down,” “Pitch Perfect,” and “The Other Dream Team.”
While many great actors have set foot on both stage and screen, we couldn't help but notice the continual trend of the recasting stage stars for film adaptations.
Slated.com, a new online marketplace that matches independent filmmakers with financiers, has alliances with more than two dozen industry partners who can help get feature films made.
The Oscar nominees will be named Jan. 10, five days earlier than previously announced. Online voting will be used for the first time this year.
On Location Casting is casting extras and photo doubles in Albuquerque and Santa Fe for “We’re The Millers,” a comedy starring Aniston and Jason Sudeikis.
The brown-haired, blue-eyed comedian co-wrote, produced, and stars in the R-rated comedy, which tells the story of two girls who, struggling to pay rent, start their own phone sex line.