The SAG-AFTRA election campaign has heated up, with Octavia Spencer and Ron Perlman endorsing co-president Ken Howard’s Unite For Strength slate in the union’s first election. Ballots for the…
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Is it acting, or animation? The awards season brings this question into sharp relief again, with motion-capture films like "Tintin" planting themselves firmly in the animation camp, while Fox runs an…
When actor Andy Serkis approaches the security gate on a studio lot, he probably should have his photo ID ready.
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They both have one word titles, beginning with the letter "c," and they were written by John Kander and Fred Ebb. "Cabaret," however, is not "Chicago."
In a clear endorsement for merger and moderation, Hollywood thesps have given the Unite for Strength faction a landslide victory in Screen Actors Guild board elections.
As election season gears up, Hollywood actors will see a hard-fought battle for control of the Screen Actors Guild.
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