An administrative law judge has ruled in favor of the WGA East in a jurisdictional dispute over coverage of CBS newswriters and editors in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
A month after its negotiations with producers stalled, the Writers Guild of America has told its 12,000 members they should not expect a resolution any time soon.
Paramount Pictures has scared up "Aleister Arcane," purchasing feature rights to Steve Niles' horror comicbook and setting up the project with Michael Aguilar and Dean Georgaris to produce at their…
James Cromwell will portray the sadistic warden in the Paramount/Sony remake of "The Longest Yard," starring opposite Adam Sandler, Burt Reynolds and Chris Rock.
The exec board of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada has endorsed John Kerry for president, citing his stances on labor and economic issues affecting musicians.
Paramount Pictures has set Jonathan Hensleigh to write and direct a remake of "The Naked Jungle," a 1954 pic that starred Charlton Heston as a South American plantation owner who battles a colony of…
The Film & Television Action Committee, a group of below-the-line Hollywood workers, and the Intl. Cinematographers Guild have asked the Dept. of Commerce to take action against foreign governments'…
The Writers Guild of America West has hammered out an agreement with studios and nets that broadens employer disclosure requirements for hiring animation writers.
Hollywood's top labor leaders are the highest-paid union execs in the U.S., according to data compiled by the nonpartisan Political Money Line service.
Members of the Directors Guild of America have elected John Badham, LeVar Burton, Taylor Hackford, Randa Haines, Arthur Hiller, Michael Mann, Frank Marshall and Haskell Wexler as reps to the…
Hoping to take advantage of the heat from "Fahrenheit 9/11" and the upcoming political season, a trio of producers has announced plans for a DVD release of "Bushisms: The First Term in His Own…