After two days of what the Writers Guild hailed as its first "substantive discussions" with management, the strike talks get a plot twist today as the Directors Guild negotiating committee convenes…
Amid fears that the resumption of talks between scribes and the studios would be openly hostile, Tuesday's session proved surprisingly smooth -- but there are still key differences between the two…
Myriad Pictures has inked a first-look deal with comicbook creator Studio 407 for feature-length live-action pics.
Helmer Steve Carr is on the beat for Columbia Pictures' Kevin James comedy "Mall Cop."
Talks resume today after a four-day respite, and both writers and the AMPTP are anxious -- but few are optimistic.
With both sides back at the barricades, many believe the writers strike won't be resolved until March at the earliest.
Rock Shaink is exiting as senior executive of Tyrese Gibson's HQ Pictures for a post at the newly minted Romark Films, where he will be partnered alongside writer-director Mark Jonathan Stanley.
"Beowulf" remained king of the foreign box office, winning for the third straight weekend with $19.4 million at 6,700 playdates in 60 markets.
Stung by criticism from several of his own staffers, "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno has promised to pay employee salaries through at least this week.
Robert Zemeckis' animated digital 3-D epic "Beowulf" howled its way to a strong soph sesh at the international box office, nabbing an impressive $26 million from 5,400 runs in 43 markets.
With the writers strike in its fourth week, the companies on Thursday put forth what they consider to be a "groundbreaking" proposal -- and the writers have blasted it.• Read AMPTP statement• Read…