SAG Award nominations were announced today, featuring some surprise inclusions--good and bad.
Screen Grab columnist Tim Grierson also reviews “Hotel Transylvania,” “Won’t Back Down,” “Pitch Perfect,” and “The Other Dream Team.”
We select 10 of the films we’re most excited about, including Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder” and Ryan Gosling’s reunion with director Derek Cianfrance.
A fractured fairy tale update turns the title siblings (played by Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton) into revenge-seeking killers. It sinks far below the lowest expectations.
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.
Sally Field, Anne Hathaway, Helen Hunt, Nicole Kidman, and Maggie Smith are this year's SAG Award nominees for Female Actor in a Supporting Role. Learn more about them and their films in the slideshow.
For "Out of the Furnace," Scott Cooper and Casting Director Ronna Kress had many discussions about exactly the type of actors they wanted to cast.
John Ramos makes the case that Holmes is the unsung secret weapon amid the craziness and mania of Timothy Olyphant and Sarah Polley in “Go.”
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."
The crowd-pleasing “Silver Linings Playbook” took the top award at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, closing the 37th edition world-renowned festival after 11 days and more 300 movies.