Start your summer off right! We’ve got your June weekends mapped out with classes, film festivals, movie screenings and more! MAY 31-JUNE 2 CLASSES AND Q&As Small Group Sessions: Headshots – (Los Angeles, CA) Headshots are an actors’ calling... READ
The best in daytime television gathered on Sunday for the 46th annual show. The awards show honors a number of long-running programs, including Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Sesame Street, Family Feud, Jeopardy!, Let’s Make a Deal and so much more. Read... READ
There is always an opportunity to immerse yourself in your acting community. We’ve got your May weekends mapped out with classes, film festivals, movie screenings and more! MAY 3-5 CLASSES AND Q&As The Chi Screening and Q&A – (Los Angeles, CA)... READ
The musical Hadestown topped the Tony Awards nominations list with 14, with the more traditional jukebox musical Ain’t Too Proud coming in at second with 12, a one-two punch as clear a sign as any that Tony voters are in a very expansive mood this year. Read... READ
Instead of nominating the same people again from Family Guy or The Simpsons, it’s time for some new and deserving people to break into the category. Here are five overlooked performers from this past year that would be inspired choices to make it into this year’s... READ
As you read this, the Tribeca Film Festival is already in full swing (through Sunday, May 5), and we have Robert De Niro to thank for it. It was he—in tandem with production partner Jane Rosenthal and real-estate investor Craig Hatkoff—who founded the festival in 2002... READ
The awards-oriented publication, tentatively named Wide, will reportedly promote the streaming giant’s shows and stars ahead of the Emmys. The 100-plus page first issue will include interviews, essays and features about those who work on Netflix series. Read... READ
Clint Eastwood’s forthcoming drama Richard Jewell has added Olivia Wilde and Job Hamm, Deadline has confirmed. The pair join previously announced cast members Paul Walter Hauser, Kathy Bates, and Sam Rockwell.
Ted Danson, Don Cheadle, Henry Winkler and Timothy Simons also open up about why comedy should be dangerous ("I get absolutely terrified — but it becomes addictive"), Hollywood's former drug culture and moving on from indelible roles ("I had no idea how or what to do next").
Many of the biggest stars in movies and television — including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jada Pinkett Smith, Kiernan Shipka, Sandra Bullock, Tessa Thompson and Brie Larson — came together to present and receive honors at the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards. While non-attendees are able to enjoy the show from the comfort of their homes, there are plenty of moments that the cameras didn’t capture.