Benderspink is adapting "Last Blood," based on Bobby Crosby's comicbook centered on a band of vampires protecting the Earth's last human survivors of a zombie apocalypse.
Twentieth Century Fox has scooped up Alan McElroy's action-thriller spec "Man and Wife" for mid-six figures.
The WGA East has accused ABC and Corday Prods. of violating the strike termination agreement by refusing to rehire nine of the 20 writers who struck ABC's "All My Children" and Corday's "Days of Our…
With Hollywood still recovering from the writers strike, the Screen Actors Guild has announced it will begin negotiations with the majors on April 15.
DreamWorks has snapped up graphic novel "The Return of King Doug" for Ben Stiller to produce as a potential starring vehicle.
New Line's Richard Brener is staying on as Toby Emmerich's right-hand man and has been promoted to prexy of production.
With SAG suddenly in a hurry to get to the bargaining table, the majors are in the driver's seat in upcoming negotiations with the actors unions.
Muddying the town's labor outlook, AFTRA has divorced SAG and carried through on its threat to negotiate a separate deal with the majors on its primetime TV shows.
A group of U.K. directors has launched a formal organization with the goal of securing a standard collective bargaining agreement with British employers.
Harvey Weinstein's efforts to placate fans of "Fanboys" failed to prevent a protest in Los Angeles during the opening night of Dimension's spoof "Superhero Movie."
"Horton Hears a Who" heard the jangling of the most overseas coin over the weekend, topping a moderate frame with $13.2 million at 5,743 playdates in 52 markets and edging "10,000 BC."
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