Seeking to avoid a collision with the expiration of the Writers Guild contract, AFTRA leaders have extended the expiration of the union's Network Television Code from Nov. 15 to Jan. 31.
With "Spider-Man 3" and the start of the summer blockbuster season looming, "Wild Hogs" edged "Mr. Bean's Holiday" over the final spring weekend at the international box office, tallying $7.2 million…
Leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have voted unanimously to elect AFTRA national second VP Roberta Reardon to serve as president.
Summit Entertainment, fresh from announcing its transformation into a full-fledged studio, has unveiled its foreign sales lineup for Cannes, led by Roman Polanski's "Pompeii."
Though most studios have cleared far out of the path of "Spider-Man 3," there will be a bit of counterprogramming available for non-Spidey fans.
Feature filmmaking in Los Angeles continued to cool but TV activity has amped up to record-setting levels thanks to reality shows. A 22% decline in off-lot feature activity during the first quarter…
In a move signaling increased emphasis on organizing, SAG leaders have staged a two-hour demonstration urging members not to accept non-union work.
Paramount has tapped Karey Kirkpatrick ("Over the Hedge") to direct Eddie Murphy comedy "NowhereLand" and plans to begin shooting Sept. 10. Murphy came on board earlier this year for the project…
Michael Ohoven ("Capote") and his Infinity Media shingle have signed a three-year production, development and overhead deal with First Look Studios.
Ramping up to move into distribution, Summit Entertainment names AMC veteran Richard Fay to head its domestic distribution operations.
Screen Actors Guild has promoted David Viviano to national director of research and economics as head of the Guild's newly formed Research and Economics department.