Monthly Archives: September 2015
We all hear stories of parents whose child’s agent is the mom’s BFF. You, however, only talk to your child’s rep once or twice a year. Maybe your child’s auditions drop off. Then the Mind Taffy starts. “Does that mean … Continue reading
OSCHA declared The Night Rider tragedy preventable, where Sarah Jones, a camera assistant was killed on a train trestle, and others were injured. Film Allman, the production company, knew they didn’t have permission to film on the tracks, that it … Continue reading
The new season began rolling out last week, and premieres continue to trickle in. The fall shows typically start filming in the summer and wrap sometime in the Winter, so you can expect to see more auditions between now and … Continue reading
We’re watching Scream Queens. If you want to be scared all over again, check your local listings for reruns of the pilot and episode 2. It airs again tonight on Fox.
Jennifer Lawrence is awesome. She knows who she is and doesn’t buy into the Hollywood hype. This interview shows her unique take on the industry. I realized at some point that I can live this life in my own way, … Continue reading
Teens who leave home for college do it gradually, a few semesters at a time. Child actors who continue acting after they turn 18, don’t have that grace period where they have one foot in the home and one foot … Continue reading