If you’re a fan of either family or sports dramas, Embattled might be the film for you. Making his English-language film debut, Nick Sarkisov directs from a script penned by American History X writer David McKenna that centers on father and son MMA fighters. Stephen... READ
One of the many ways in which COVID-19 altered our expectations for 2020 is how it drastically affected the release dates of many high-profile films. And while some big-ticket pictures have still been able to come out this year — titles like Tenet and Mulan come to... READ
With this year coming to an end, it’s important to stay productive, entertained and engaged. We’re providing you with a mixture of live performances, exercises, and fun virtual activities to explore throughout the month of November. Arts / Culture 1. The Montclair... READ
Casting director Brian Beegle breaks down the practice of telling the truth on camera, which in turn liberates actors from having to “memorize” lines! Brian Beegle grew up in Atlanta, Ga. where he spent his childhood as an actor and competitive tennis player, and... READ
From Sam Mendes’ Jarhead to the upcoming Tommy Lee Jones and Aaron Eckhart-starring Wander, the casting credits of Faith Hibbs-Clark run deep. She has 20 years of casting experience to her name and is located in New Mexico, an area of the southwest market where... READ
Let’s face it: 2020 has been a rough year. But with a whole slew of classic Disney tales getting the live-action treatment, there are at least some bright things on the horizon. The pandemic may have affected productions and shifted release dates, but the fact remains... READ
If you watched Nicolas Roeg’s The Witches as a child, the news of its remake may send a slight shiver up your spine. In the words of The Guardian, “Roeg’s cruel adaptation of Roald Dahl’s tale of bloodthirsty child-killers remains a remarkably sadistic studio film for... READ
Australian Kodi Smit-McPhee has been acting since he was a little boy, starring opposite many industry heavyweights, including Eric Bana in Romulus My Father and Viggo Mortensen in The Road. Having worked as a youngster with director Matt Reeves on the horror film Let... READ
As we anticipate the 2021 Oscars, there’s the unavoidable fact that it’s going to look a little different than in years past thanks to COVID-19. One big change is the temporary rule that will let VOD and streaming films previously planned for theatrical releases to be... READ
Netflix recently dropped some first looks at its upcoming period drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, the film that houses Chadwick Boseman’s last performance. His turn as Levee opposite Viola Davis’ Ma Rainey is already generating buzz about a posthumous Oscar nomination... READ
It is confirmed that Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Alessandro Nivola have all joined the starry ensemble of David O. Russell's forthcoming feature for New Regency.
It may be daunting for an actor or a casting director to bring to life for a modern audience such a well-known character — or even a specific version of a real-life person. But it is the type of creative challenge that countless television shows have recently embraced.
Actress Michelle Lukiman shares her experience with Actors Pro Expo’s Meals 4 Monologues showcase, and how her performance led to new career opportunities. Read more about her journey and how you can perform for casting directors as a part of Meals 4 Monologues, starting February 11 at Actors Pro Expo.