Are those wedding bells we're hearing for the two branches of the WGA?
As fall starts, Hollywood studios will no doubt look longingly back at a season that delivered the best summer on record.
Summit Entertainment has appointed Andi Isaacs as senior VP of production, with overight of physical production of all in-house films for the newly minted studio.
Eric Eisner's getting into the movie business, launching L+E Prods. and starting production on "Hamlet 2," a high school comedy starring Steve Coogan and Catherine Keener with Andy Fleming directing.
James Mangold's Western remake "3:10 to Yuma" rides off to the box office this weekend, where it will vie with "Shoot 'Em Up" for some male love.
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped "Ratatouille," Casey Affleck, writer Christopher Hampton and visual effects supervisor Scott Farrar for kudos.
AFI has selected 15 films to screen at its Los Angeles International Film Festival, including world premieres of documentaries "Public Enemy: Welcome to the Terrordome" and "1,000 Journals."
Hollywood producer Andrew Hauptman has bought the Chicago Fire pro soccer team from Philip Anschutz' AEG sports entertainment empire.
Teamsters Local 399, which reps over 4,000 studio drivers, casting directors and location managers, has re-elected Leo Reed without opposition to a three-year term as secretary-treasurer of the local.
Leaders of the Film & Television Action Committee have predicted they'll prevail within the next two years in their push for eliminating Canadian film production subsidies.
Hyde Park Entertainment and Capcom have signed action specialist Andrzej Bartkowiak to direct "Street Fighter," a live-action feature film based on the popular vidgame.