SAG's moderate wing plans to replace the guild's negotiating committee in hopes of breaking the contract stalemate with the majors.
With pressure mounting to call off SAG's strike authorization, the guild's top exec, Doug Allen, has asserted he's hoping a strike won't occur but that if it does, it won't shut down the industry.
DGA president Michael Apted has been tapped as jury co-chair for the Democracy Video Challenge, an online competition aimed at promoting global discussion of democracy.
The American Society of Cinematographers has included three CBS shows -- "Eleventh Hour," "CSI" and "Flashpoint" -- in its nominations in two TV categories.
Thanks to a quartet of powerful tentpoles, Paramount is the only studio this year to rack up $2 billion in foreign box office.
Fox and Warner Bros. remain at war over "Watchmen," with Warners proclaiming it's not moving off its March 6 release date.
Warner Bros. will have to scramble to settle with 20th Century Fox if it still wants to release "Watchmen" on March 6.
"Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" remained robust in the top weekend slot at the international box office with $31 million at 6,211 playdates in 58 markets, finishing the year with back-to-back victories.
A Los Angeles federal judge has ruled that 20th Century Fox owns the distribution rights to "Watchmen," representing a setback for Warner Bros.' plans to release the pic in March.
Amid growing internal opposition, Screen Actors Guild leaders aren't budging from their drive for a strike authorization vote.
Warner Bros. has decided to take a pass on releasing "The Dark Knight" in China.