A batch of fresh faces are already making a splash at the Sundance Film Festival this year. The festival is organized by the Sundance Institute, founded by Robert Redford, and is long regarded as the premier gathering place for new voices and fresh perspectives. So... READ
Over the past 25 years, more than 100 actors — from Michael Keaton to Angela Lansbury — have participated in the ceremony’s iconic first segment, but Kathy Connell says there is a formula on who is included and that Meryl Streep is at the top of their wish list.... READ
Sellers believe they have brought the goods, but with few new buyers on the horizon and questions of whether Netflix and Amazon will be aggressive as they make their own content, will there be enough of an appetite to make this festival exciting? Read... READ
It’s hard to remember a time when there wasn’t a Screen Actors Guild Awards, but in fact, the awards didn’t arrive until 1995. Now, as the SAGs celebrate 25 years with Sunday’s annual ceremony from the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles (simulcast on TBS... READ
The awards’ limited categories mean that deserving castmembers — such as The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel co-stars Alex Borstein and Rachel Brosnahan or Barry’s Henry Winkler and Bill Hader — are vying for the same honor. Read... READ
The latest report from the San Diego University's Center for The Study of Women in Television and Film found female protagonists led 31 percent of the movies in 2018, but women still had only 35 percent of all the speaking parts.
In recent years, films such as Dear White People, Rush Hour, Get Shorty, Taken and more have gotten TV adaptations of some sort — and the trend isn’t stopping anytime soon. To that end, we’ve compiled a handy gallery to help you keep track of the many movies that have TV versions in various stages of development.