As he begins rehearsals for "Harvey" on Broadway, actor Rich Sommer opens up about planning his post-"Mad Men" career and being too honest on Twitter.
The upcoming feature starring Madison Davenport has two casting directors attached, Backstage has learned.
Kerry Barden shares how he found actors who could handle the musicality while authentically portraying the real life superstars that populated James Brown's life in "Get On Up."
Dan Fogler (“Kung Fu Panda,” “Hannibal,” “Man Up”) has been on the outskirts of the scene for some time now, but his new film, “Don Peyote” is pushing him into the limelight. Fogler tells the story of an unemployed stoner who becomes obsessed with 2012 doomsday theories with the help ...
The Boston Film Festival, which opens Friday, will feature the premiere of "At Middleton," a romantic comedy starring Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga as parents who fall in love during a college tour with their respective kids.
A passably amusing comedy about the love lives of film editors, starring Alex Karpovsky and Tarik Lowe, is as void of intrigue as it sounds.
Writers Chris Terrio and Mark Boal won top honors at the ceremony Sunday night.
Kathryn Bigelow's highly anticipated follow up to "The Hurt Locker" screened for audience's on Sunday, and critics are already singing its praises.
A teen girl’s grim coming-of-age drama falls apart due to shoddy storytelling and misguided direction.
Ethan Hawke stars on this week's cover just in time for the release of his latest film, "Before Midnight"! Hawke chats about what he loves about doing film and theater and how he stays sharp as an actor.