When it comes to international box office, Hollywood studios are wishing this summer would be truly endless.
Universal's "The Bourne Ultimatum" cracked the foreign box office code over the Aug. 24-26 frame to emerge as the market leader with a weekend take of $15.2 million.
The first casualty of war is ... the writers lounge? With contentious negotiations between the WGA and producers set to resume Sept. 19, the scribe tribe seems to be stoking fires all over town…
Dimension Film's Rob Zombie-helmed "Halloween" will try this weekend to scare up the last rays of summer B.O. sunshine, with the record-breaking box office expected to cross the $4 billion mark today…
Mona Mangan, exec director of the Writers Guild of America East for the past 29 years, has announced plans to retire from the post.
In a sign of the town's toughening tone, the WGA West is changing its writer's lounge into a war room.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg has received endorsements from Tim Allen, Ed Asner, Powers Boothe, Dana Delaney, Morgan Freeman, Peter Gallagher, Jasmine Guy, Dennis Haysbert, Rob Morrow, Meryl Streep…
First Independent Pictures and Magnolia Home Entertainment have agreed to co-acquire North American rights to "Moving McAllister" with Ben Gourley, Mila Kunis, Rutger Hauer and Jon Heder.
Former Innovative Artists agents Ben Press and Michael McConnell have launched boutique talent agency Fortitude -- two days after suing Innovative over its allegedly illegal employment contracts.
Contract talks between showbiz writers and employers will resume Sept. 19 -- two months after an acrimonious initial round of bargaining.
The Writers Guild of America has blasted the producers of "Kid Nation" over what it alleged were "deplorable" conditions for the crew on the New Mexico production -- even though WGA members weren't…