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The producers of the upcoming – and highly-anticipated – Western film, The Hateful Eight (2015), have released a 7-plus minute featurette in advance of its December 25th premiere. 202 more words


Review: 'The Three Musketeers'

It is always difficult to adapt a novel for the stage, but the task might seem even harder with a book such as Dumas’ The Three Musketeers… 781 more words


Jennifer Lawrence Has Plans to Direct a Comedy

Jennifer Lawrence is pretty much the hottest commodity in Hollywood right now, having bagged three Oscar nominations and one win, and now she’s setting her sights on directing a comedy. 98 more words


Should Actors Send Thank You Cards To Agents, Casting Directors & Directors After an Audition?

A well-known acting teacher is advising actors to ‘bribe.’ A $10 to $15 gift-card as a “Thank You for Seeing Me” must be sent by every actor to each director, casting director, and talent representative after that actor has been granted an audition opportunity by the entertainment industry gate-keepers. 959 more words

How To Become An Actor

Review: 'And Then There Were None'

And Then There Were None is one of those plays that glues the audience to their seats, making them gasp with trepidation. Based on Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery novel, the storyline is among the most intriguing and suspenseful plots ever created. 543 more words


Review: W/ Bob and David Season 1 Episode 4 "Episode 4"

Bob Odenkirk and David Cross continue to be incredible in their diverse range of roles, with each sketch atleast having elements of humour, but its in the opening few, that the comedians truly go for it, being able to put hilarious spins on real issues and topics. 8.5/10


Review: Homeland Season 5 Episode 1 "Seperation Anxiety"

With an entirely new setting, and quite interestingly, a new perspective on the political events, Homeland showcases Carrie in new light, something which is incredibly rewarding and will hopefully develop her beyond the ‘same old’ character we knew her as last season, where really all the writers could do with her had already been acheived, but is balanced with touches of her assertion and erratic behaviour, making for a great character study, and while the show does feel unfocussed between Carrie and the Saul and Quinn plot, with some scenes dragging out, ultimately the new characters in between seem intriguing enough and the ‘real world’ situations are tempting as well as gripping. 8.5/10