Acting, dancing, and singing in Missy Elliot’s videos and films such as “Cheaper by the Dozen” and “Camp Rock” since childhood, Alyson Stoner talks her new film, “The A-List,” being a modern-day triple threat, and the importance of dance.
Casting directors are holding an online open call for boys to star as 7-year-old Jesus in a film adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel “Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt,” shooting in Italy in 2013.
When people ask me what it was like working with some of the most famous actors of our generation – Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams – my answer is: It was amazing. It was like winning the lottery.
Demetrius Grosse offers acting advice on building a career in an industry dependent on relationships and taking training to the next level.
Rylance chatted with Backstage about the experience filming on a creepy set, her own fear of horror films, and why doing what you love is the most important thing.
This year is off on the right foot if one’s looking at all the great films being released in January. From the much anticipated Oscar contender “Still Alice” to Bradley Cooper in his most intense role to date, there’s a variety of flicks for the avid film lover ...
Jim Sturgess’ oodles of charm can’t save this sci-fi flick, which starts out promising before inverting into epic ridiculousness.
Casting Directors Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, and Rich Delia knew they had to find dedicated, committed actors for the true story portrayed in "Dallas Buyers Club."
Dogfish Pictures founder James Belfer and COO Michelle Soffen have founded Dogfish Accelerator, a three-month program geared to training would-be film producers in how to get their filmmaking ducks in a row.
With “Jersey Boys” hitting theaters this Friday, we look back at some other recent jumps from Broadway to film!