Sen. Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D-Ark.), giving a shot in the arm to Hollywood, introduced Tuesday a bill for a wage-based tax credit to fight runaway production.
Trustees of the Screen Actors Guild's health plan, faced with fast-rising medical costs, will significantly tighten eligibility requirements next year.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild, reflecting the deep divisions that have hobbled the actors union, were unable to even agree to vote Monday on a proposed plan that would cut the size and alter the…
As if the Screen Actors Guild does not have enough problems, it may soon face a strike by 40 business reps of its Hollywood branch.
Can Washington, which views Hollywood as a rich enclave with enormous cultural influence -- for better and for worse -- now perceive it as worthy of salvation from foreign encroachment? The answer…
Showbiz employment should remain unchanged this year despite the "de facto" strike and the ad industry's slump slowing activity in the second half, an economic forecast due out today asserts.
One of the Screen Actors Guild's top officers has issued a plea to members to stop brawling on the eve of a potentially acrimonious board meeting over revamping SAG's ruling body.
Gov. Gray Davis has agreed to continue the state's anti-runaway production incentive program for another year after the state Legislature cut its 2001-02 funding to $10 million from $15 million.
Screen Actors Guild officials have begun questioning whether to go through with a $56 million leasing deal for new Gotham offices favored by the branch exec director.
The explosive issue of cutting the size, and changing the structure, of the Screen Actors Guild's national board appears likely to reignite ferocious debate within the org.
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Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media