Call My Agent, which launched in on the public France 2 channel, details the daily shenanigans at one of the two biggest fictional film agencies in Paris: Agence Samuel Kerr, or ASK as it is known. And it is this talent that pushes the series well beyond the standard show-about-showbiz trope. Call My Agent has featured a steady stream of frankly awesome guest stars — from Isabelle Adjani and Monica Bellucci to Isabelle Huppert — each playing a very believable yet fictional version of themselves. Call My Agent does that rare thing that interviews often fail to achieve, and makes these people, who live decidedly abnormal lives, very normal. There are administratively challenged actors who need help answering emails and vetting nannies, and matrimonially challenged stars who want help finding a date. However, instead of ramping up the self-deprecation implicit in these big-screen stereotypes as Extras did, or as you can imagine a W1A-style British remake might, the talent here is treated with tenderness, and not a small amount of poetry.
By Nellie Andreeva. Since Fox started using it a decade ago, the company has been rechecking its security system each year. While Casting Networks had been talking to Fox about a possible collaboration for a while, when POV Partners recently acquired the company and Cast It in short succession, they made a pitch about a secure end-to-end platform. Related Story Fox Corp. The switch has been abrupt and bordering on chaotic, leading to confusion and frustration among actors, talent representatives and casting directors.
With Game of Thrones coming to an end —I'm not crying, you're crying—the cast has been reflecting on their experiences working on the hit show. Two of the show's key cast members— Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington —have developed a close relationship over the course of eight seasons. From dating rumors to adorable compliments, here's everything you need to know about the real-life relationship between the King in the North and the Mother of Dragons. I was sort of bowled over by this absolutely stunning, petite girl with this wicked sense of humor.
A hypoallergenic dog, according to the American Kennel Club AKC , is a dog that has a predictable, non-shedding coat which produces less dander. It is that dander that causes the annoying, itchy eyes and runny nose. But just like some people are more sensitive to dog dander than others, there are some dogs that produce less of it than others. Any Havanese owner will tell you that these dogs are pretty perfect pets.