Every day great roles are added to the Casting Billboard. Below are highlighted projects from this week! On a Whim Rate: Various – Some 175/day & some 1K Flat | Female/Male, Various Ethnicities | Short Film ROLES Various GENDER/AGE/ETHNICITIES Female... READ
Acting is a fickle business with no job security or guarantees. The desire to pursue it is in your blood; it’s a calling. To stay in it, you have to believe and keep on believing, and at times you need to find ways to get inspired. The first source of inspiration can... READ
Every day great roles are added to the Casting Billboard. Below are highlighted projects from this week! Phenomenal Comes Today Rate: $500 (Flat & includes buyout) | Female/Male, All Ethnicities | Voiceover ROLES Other GENDER/AGE/ETHNICITIES Female &... READ
The commercial casting process shouldn’t be a mystery. While every job is unique, there is an underlying structure to the process that, in theory anyway, we’ve all committed to when casting commercials. Why? Because it works! When talking to actors, there seems to be... READ
As an actor, the casting director is the one obvious person on the front line whose attention you’re striving to get. The casting director is regarded as the gatekeeper, responsible for selecting the right people out of perhaps thousands who auditioned for the role. ... READ
Whether in a student film or on a fringe stage, nonunion work is an essential stepping stone in the American entertainment landscape. However, no matter if you have your union card or not, many actors are influenced by the actions and activism of unions. Read... READ
Every day great roles are added to the Casting Billboard. Below are highlighted projects from this week! Continuous Wave Rate: $1,000 flat rate | Female/Male, All Ethnicities | Music ROLES Co-Star GENDER/AGE/ETHNICITIES Female & Male / 21-35 / All... READ
SAG-AFTRA is keeping up the pressure on the advertising agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty, blasting Brighthouse Financial for utilizing the agency to film a commercial with non-union performers. 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.