Season 1

Celebrities

Reenacting one of the most memorable monologues from the 1981 cult classic 'Mommie Dearest," Hugh Grant puts on his best Joan Crawford impression. He manages to get in a few light boasts, as well — "I have a feeling I'm going to be rather good," he says gleefully. See Grant channel Joan Crawford, here.

Celebrities

In a playful PSA, Jennifer Lopez owns "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot, encouraging women all around the world to love their own butts.

Art & Design

W’s 3 leading ladies channel their inner Zach Galifianakis in their audition for the role of Alan in The Hangover. Their deadpan take on the iconic ‘wolfpack’ monologue will make you wish a female-fronted remake were in the works.

Film & TV

Note to self: If Bryan Cranston buys you beautiful dresses, do not put them on wire hangers. The Oscar-nominated actor re-enacts Faye Dunaway’s haunting portrayal of Joan Crawford in this “Mommie Dearest” audition.

Celebrities

“You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve?” Samuel L. Jackson, Benicio del Toro, Michael Caine, and Peter Sarsgaard perform Lauren Bacall’s memorable scene with Humphrey Bogart in “To Have and Have Not."

Film & TV

Anthony Hopkins immortalized him in the Oscar-winning film “Silence of the Lambs,” but in this latest episode of “Casting Call,” Hannibal Lecter gets a female makeover. Watch, as Kristen Wiig, Jane Fonda, Carey Mulligan, Mya Taylor, and Greta Gerwig audition for the role of the cannibalistic doctor.

Celebrities

Oscar winner Eddie Redmyane auditions for the role of Holly Golightly in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” for the latest episode of “Casting Call."

Film & TV

She could’ve been a contender. Margot Robbie performs an iconic scene from “On the Waterfront,” as originated by the late, great Marlon Brando.

Celebrities

Charlize Theron performs Cal Naughton’s hilarious Jesus monologue from “Talladega Nights” with the aplomb of an Oscar-winning actress and the comedic chops of the character’s originator, actor John C. Reilly.

Film & TV

Oscar nominee and two-time W Magazine cover star Alicia Vikander gives Humphrey Bogart a run for his money in this moving audition for “Casablanca."

Celebrities

Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal, Seth Rogen, and Paul Dano channel their inner Cher Horowitz with these incredible “Clueless” impressions.

Celebrities

“Do I feel lucky?” Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and newly minted Golden Globe winner Brie Larson re-enact Clint Eastwood’s iconic line in “Dirty Harry."

Celebrities

Cate Blanchett, Bryan Cranston, Kristen Wiig, Samuel L. Jackson, and more, give us their best impressions of “not giving a damn” when they re-create the iconic scene between Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh from "Gone with the Wind.”