Twentieth Century Fox has purchased "NYPD Nanny," an original script by tyro writer Gregg Ostrin, for midsix figures.
The already-bitter SAG re-election took an even nastier turn Tuesday with candidate Valerie Harper accusing SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert of being a "pawn" for non-SAG constituents.
The uncertain truce between actors and agents looks likely to hold for a few more weeks. Whether that's a good sign as SAG heads into a rerun of its officers' election is anybody's guess.
The rerun of the Screen Actors Guild's election is already in trouble, thanks to another goof by SAG's staff.
The Screen Actors Guild has reached an out-of-court settlement with a former top guild affirmative action exec after he alleged race discrimination.
Members of the Directors Guild of America have "overwhelmingly" ratified a new three-year contract, a key step toward setting up an industrywide meeting on runaway production.
Eight National Basketball Assn. stars agreed to appear in Fox's basketball pic "Like Mike." Shooting took place during last weekend's NBA All-Star festivities in Philadelphia.
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation has tapped Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis to join its board of directors.
The American Cinema Editors have tapped veteran editors Antony Gibbs and George D. Watters as this year's winners of its Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Balloting in SAG's re-run election officially begins today, amid even more confusion than usual.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M Warner Brothers
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures