Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have told their 120,000 members that they don't want to strike -- even though they're seeking an authorization from to do so.
Hollywood's labor brawl has turned ugly, with the majors accusing the Writers Guild of America of pushing SAG to strike by "blatantly" sabotaging the guild's last round of negotiations.
Longtime Sony Pictures exec Gareth Wigan will receive the CineAsia Visionary Award Dec. 11 at the Wynn Macau in Macau.
Overture Films and A Bigger Boat are going short, developing an untitled feature produced by Peter Farrelly and Charles Wessler consisting of two dozen short comedy films in the vein of "The Groove…
Benderspink has acquired film rights to "The Straw Men," a crime thriller by Brit author Michael Marshall Smith, along with rights to the comic adaptation by Zenescope Comics head Joe Brusha.
SAG's strike threat has kicked off a heated holiday-season spin battle between the guild and the majors -- with each side blaming the other for being greedy during the nation's financial crisis.
Lakeshore and MGM have tapped Debbie Allen, Charles S. Dutton, Kelsey Grammer, Megan Mullally and Bebe Neuwirth for the roles of instructors and supervisors in the upcoming "Fame" remake.
James Bond stayed strong at the international box office as "Quantum of Solace" racked up its fifth straight weekend victory with $20.1 million at 8,755 playdates in 73 markets.
It was anticipated to be a perfect storm. It turned out to be a lot of hot air.
James Bond, now in his 46th year as a worldwide cinematic franchise, isn't showing any signs of wear and tear.
The Screen Actors Guild will send out its strike authorization vote to members next month, making it possible for actors to strike as early as January -- prompting a bitter response from the majors.