We sat down with the Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright (and Tony-winning actor) to discuss how he adapted his masterwork “August: Osage County” for the screen.
Mary Vernieu will cast the cartel thriller "Ten," starring Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington, while Vickie Thomas will cast comedy "Ride Along," starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.
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.
Kasi Lemmons talks about the unconventional path that led her to directing and her latest film the inspirational holiday feature, "Black Nativity."
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.
“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.
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."
Mary Elizabeth Winstead discusses her career and her new film "Smashed," co-starring Aaron Paul, with Backstage.
Hot off her 2015 Artios award win for “Breaking Bad,” casting director Sharon Bialy talked to Backstage about casting “Black or White,” starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer.
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.