Ron Livingston, Jim Gaffigan, Kelli Garner, Rob Riggle and Jason Sudeikis round out the cast of New Line's romantic comedy "Going the Distance," starring Drew Barrymore and Justin Long.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced the first 25 film and television productions to qualify for California's production incentive, less than a month after the state started accepting…
Alcon Entertainment has bought Aaron Guzikowski's spec "The Prisoners" and is fast-tracking the kidnap thriller for a fall 2010 release by Warner Bros.
A month before ballots go out, the campaign for WGA West prexy has already turned nasty.
"Castlevania," a live-action adaptation of the vidgame, has gained new life as game publisher Konami is in final negotiations with "Saw" helmer James Wan to direct and Ian Jeffers to script.
Anne -Marie Johnson is the official presidential candidate for the Membership First ticket, hoping to regain control of the Screen Actors Guild national board, as Alan Rosenberg opts to step aside.
Elected leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have opposed the closure of the Motion Picture and Television Fund's nursing home and hospital.
In showbiz, image is everything. So it's no wonder that so many parties are still dickering over what retired cops can wear.
Negotiators for showbiz companies and Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters have reached a tentative three-year deal for about 440 location scouts, managers and assistants.
Taylor Hackford has been named to a two-year term as president of the Directors Guild of America, succeeding Michael Apted.
Warner Bros. opted for a black carpet at the July 21 preem of "Orphan" at the Mann Village, and scribe David Leslie Johnson admitted the event had a particularly surreal feel.