Happy Sunday Creative Army!
With the Oscars behind us and inspiration at an all-time high, it is time to get back to work and get creative. I've got my coffee and am ready to bring you some piping-hot content. This week, we are going to dive into some real-talk truths and advice about building an amazing career in entertainment for the long-term. Let's go.
First up, Vanity Fair interviews an amazing line up of A-list, Emmy-nominated actors about how to "make it" in Hollywood. Hear from Edie Falco (The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie), Alexis Bledel (The Handmaids Tale, Gilmore Girls), Ed Harris (Westworld, Apollo 13), Mandy Patinkin (Homeland, The Princess Bride), David Harbour (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad), William H. Macy (Shameless, Fargo), Jeff Daniels (Godless, The Newsroom), Michael Stuhlbarg (Call Me by Your Name, The Shape of Water), and Darren Criss (American Crime Story, Glee). You will learn everything from headshot horror stories to how to memorize lines (and more!).
In the same vein, let's talk about failure folks. In the entertainment industry, rejection is a familiar foe. In reality, you have to learn to make a friend out of failure and use it as fuel in your career. Film Riot talks about how to embrace failure when building a career in entertainment.
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