The Producers Guild of America has warned the WGA West about its efforts to organize reality shows, asserting that the move represents an improper expansion of the WGA's jurisdiction.
As always, it's the cab drivers who know best. "Del Mar," says Coach Cab's Howie Weiss, "is a town that spends its whole year waiting for seven weeks." That's the length of the annual horse racing…
A federal judge in Colorado has dismissed all claims in a lawsuit filed by the DGA and Hollywood studios against ClearPlay over its software that filters adult language and content from DVDs.
Hollywood's retained its title as the world's entertainment production capital thanks to TV rather than features. That's the key conclusion of a recent study by the Entertainment Industry Development…
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has accused Viacom's Infinity Radio of violating terms of its contract covering severance payments for 33 announcers at WCBS-FM, which switched…
Angelina Jolie has been set to star in "Beowulf," the performance-capture adaptation to be directed by Robert Zemeckis and produced by Steve Bing's Shangri-La Entertainment.
Barry Josephson has tapped Danica Radovanov VP of production to run his film company at his Fox-based production banner. Radovanov most recently worked as VP for Warner-based Jon Shestack, where she…
The American Society of Cinematographers has selected Feb. 26 as the date for its 20th annual awards show at the Century Plaza Hotel.
In a move likely to polarize the upcoming Writers Guild of America elections, the board of the WGA West has given its Valentine Davies Award for service to former president Victoria Riskin.
Amid a top-to-bottom makeover, Paramount ironically has registered its best summer showing since it released Forrest Gump" in 1994. Thanks largely to "War of the Worlds" and "The Longest Yard," Par…