casting

Daniel Dae Kim addressed the circumstances around his casting in "Hellboy."
The actress will no longer star in the film based on the life of Dante “Tex” Gil following backlash.
Mira Sorvino shared another personal story to show the pervasiveness of inappropriate behavior.
The phrase that gives us permission to ignore sexual harassment.
James Spader stopped by BUILD Series NYC to discuss The Blacklist, The Office, his iPhone, living in New York on a theatre
If movies are our collective dreams, they should inspire us to have the greatest American dream of all: the opportunity to be a great many things.
From the first meeting I had with Aline Brosh McKenna, we knew we were going to be creating a musical television show called "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend." This is before we even went out to networks to pitch the show.
On the whole, it seems that actors spend more time looking for their next gig than actually working on one. It's one of the
We must remember that in life and in art, letting new people in, however scary it may be, often brings huge rewards. It inspires us to expand our own potential. And so I'll say it again: onscreen storytelling is only enhanced by diversity, both in front of and behind the camera.
20 year ago, Peyton wasn't who Studios hired to helm their effects-filled franchise films. He was the guy you hired to create the Special Features that then got tacked on to the VHS version of these sorts of movies.
If you are paying close attention, you can spot the next trend. They come in waves of police shows, brides, unusual people, survivalists to psychics. So the question here is: Have we simply become one uber-sized casting department or are we still producing story and television?
Fingers, noses, lips, ears, breasts and even belly buttons are covered with resin and then plaster bandages to create unconventional, quirky jewellery pieces and accessories.
I know many people who don't even own a television anymore and likely so do you. For the first time since TV was invented, one does not need to own one to watch great programming.
I don't mean to suggest that problems of systemic racism can be solved in a movie theater. But I do think that sharing observations about the casting of our movies is a great place to start.
If you've had any up-close-and-personal experience with the subject matter of Eleven, you may not imagine that 'transfixed' would be your reaction. But the story line is so well-conceived and so well-executed I'd say chances are pretty good it will be.
From Shirley Temple to Drew Barrymore, young girls have loved to dress up and entertain. I'm going out on a limb here when I say stage moms are like cosmetic surgery, you only really notice the bad ones...
Another list felt necessary -- a list that not only clearly identified transgender inclusion in the conversation, but shifted the focus to transgender playwrights, with the same intention as The Kilroys: to show we exist.