Welcome to the seventh installment of ACTING UP, a regular Casting Networks feature designed to call attention to standout roles and performances in television/streaming and film. Each entry spotlights work in projects that have recently been released as well as work... READ
It’s Valentine’s Day, and that means it’s time for all the romance you can handle, and if you like your romance with a side of cinema, then we’ve got you covered with the best Valentine’s Day movies to watch on Netflix. Read... READ
Vanity Fair’s film critics pinpointed 25 film scenes since 1995 that changed the industry, the art form, and even the culture, and our reporters spoke to the performers and filmmakers who made them happen. Read... READ
In a research brief released by Dr. Stacy L. Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, the 100 top-grossing films of 2018 were examined. The study took a look at the leading and co-leading characters across these films and focusing on gender and... READ
King was dead set on not playing anyone’s “Mama.” What changed her mind after meeting Jenkins? He “understands collaboration, and I feel like if I’m going to learn, it’s important to leave a situation better,” said the Oscar nominated supporting... 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.