Casting Director Deborah Aquila talks about finding actors to bring to life the moving story of Maria Altmann in "Woman in Gold," and shares why paying attention to the details of the role can make all the difference in casting.
Hathaway (and President Lincoln himself, Daniel Day-Lewis) will almost certainly win on Oscar night, but some surprises could still be in store Feb. 24.
Keri Russell graces our cover this week, and she chatted with Backstage about her new romantic comedy "Austenland."
Michelle Labelle is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!
In anticipation of the upcoming mini-series, “Rosemary’s Baby,” starring Zoe Saldana and based on the acclaimed 1968 film of the same name, we take a look at some recent television shows and the films they’re adapted from.
A record number of productions have applied for tax credits in New York this year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo tripled the state’s post-production tax incentive program.
“Argo” and "Zero Dark Thirty" editor William Goldenberg discusses potentially competing against himself for the Oscar.
This horror film starring Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers starts off smart and scary before deteriorating into just another slice of schlock.
When his novel “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” was published in 1999, Stephen Chbosky intended to adapt it into a film. Thirteen years later, he is seeing his dream realized with Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller, and Emma Watson in starring roles. Chbosky spoke with Backstage about finding his leads.
So, the world hasn't ended (yet) today like the Mayan calendar said it would. So in honor of the doomsday prediction, we look back at some of our favorite post-apocalyptic films.