The 29th annual Artios Awards celebrated the best casting directors in the business at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Monday night. A joint ceremony was also held in New York.
Jim Sturgess’ oodles of charm can’t save this sci-fi flick, which starts out promising before inverting into epic ridiculousness.
It's been a year since Michael B. Jordan wrapped "Fruitvale Station," which won both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and he chatted with Backstage about the transition from suppoting actor to leading man.
Vinson, who was seen at SXSW as the survivalist hero Erin in "You're Next," talks about trying to overcome her hatred of auditions and the importance of learning how to walk in and just be.
Accomplished scene-stealer Ari Graynor lands her first lead role in “For a Good Time, Call…” and returns to Broadway in “The Performers.”
Actor Haaron Hines on how a casting notice on Backstage.com for the summer blockbuster “The Dark Knight Rises” introduced him to a career as a movie stuntman.
Before the SAG Awards are presented Jan. 27, take another look at the actors and ensembles nominated for their film performances this year.
We spoke to writer-director Jimmy Loweree about casting indie horror film "Absence", and he gave some advice about what similar projects may be looking for in an audition.
In her new documentary “The Standbys,” director-producer Stephanie Riggs reveals three talented Broadway actors who wait for their chance to share the spotlight.
Arias steals scenes as the offbeat, eccentric Biaggio in "Kings of Summer." The young actor spoke to Backstage about his blossoming career, and how he hopes to maintain it into old age.