The news recently dropped that Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones will be bringing a comedy event special entitled Death to 2020 to Netflix. The streamer released a teaser for the upcoming project that sums it up with, “even the creators of Black... READ
When productions began to resume after the first wave of COVID-19, Atlanta was a frontrunner amongst the U.S. production hubs for getting back to business with the needed safety protocols in place. For this installment of Filming in Times of COVID-19, we’re featuring... READ
The wait for Wonder Woman fans is almost over. The sequel to the 2017 Gal Gadot-starring film was originally slated to drop in theaters this summer. Due to the effects of COVID-19, its release date was pushed to October and then to Christmas Day of this year. But with... READ
December has been a busy month for Netflix, with it releasing a number of films that house Oscar contenders for various acting categories. We may be gearing up for an Academy Awards like none before it, but thanks to the streamer’s roster of new films, you can view... READ
Casting Networks® caught up with Evan V. Washington, key/PA and producer of “For Evan’s Sake,” on his recent experience working on set during the COVID-19 pandemic. Evan has worked since March on numerous sets, from awards ceremonies to commercials, and has had his... READ
The feature-length debut of Tanzanian-American filmmaker Ekwa Msangi will leave you eager for more from the up-and-coming auteur. Msangi wrote and directed the film about an Angolan immigrant family who reunite after 17 years apart. Farewell Amor actually begins with... READ
When it comes to directly overseeing nudity, simulated sex and other intimate scenes on film and TV sets, Hollywood flew by the seat of its undone pants for more than a century. Rather incredibly, Hollywood had survived since silent films without intimacy... READ
Welcome to ACTING UP, the place where we celebrate standout performances in TV, streaming and film. Other than spotlighting exceptional work from recent projects, this feature also shines a light on how certain actors got where they are today. Have a peek and then... READ
There are a variety of methods and techniques that offer ways to develop a character. But for actors still figuring out what works best for them, as well as for those interested in freshening up their approach, we have one word for you: Enneagram. The personality... READ
Following our wellness and personal growth gift guide, continue the holiday cheer with this list of fun gifts for yourself or your loved ones, or get in the giving spirit by donating to these incredible charitable organizations this holiday season. Charitable... 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.