Veteran SAG activist Kent McCord has been re-elected to a key post at the Guild, defeating Seymour Cassel for national first VP.
Studios and networks blasted back Monday at the WGA's recently announced strike rules, with AMPTP prexy Nick Counter threatening to sue the guild while TV writing staffs scramble to bank as many…
Summit Entertainment has tapped Gail Heaney as senior VP of media as part of its effort to build its marketing operations for its upcoming domestic theatrical release slate.
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"Ratatouille" continued to feast at the foreign box office, winning its second weekend in a row with a solid $21.1 million at 3,416 playdates in 34 markets.
Midnight on Nov. 1 marks the entertainment industry's zero hour, the moment when the Writers Guild contract expires, and scribes, studios and the rest of Hollywood are in limbo.
Remy's time has come -- at least on the international stage. Disney's "Ratatouille" is leading the foreign box office for the first time, during the Oct. 5-7 frame -- its 15th week in release.
Another crowded fall weekend will see four new titles, none of which have major B.O. potential, battling it out for the No. 1 spot.
The Motion Picture & Television Fund has tapped Thomas C. Short, prexy of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees, to receive its Silver Medallion Award.
With the Writers Guild of America talking strike, the WGA's now on a collision course with the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
Here's one of the bigger questions facing attendees at ShowEast this year: How will "Summer of '08 -- the Non-Sequel" play?
Veteran exec Bernd Stephan has been named chief financial officer at The Film Department, Mark Gill and Neil Sacker's newly minted indie banner.