MGM is getting acquainted with "Bobism," buying Ben Wexler's comedy spec and setting it up with ContraFilm's Beau Flynn, Tripp Vinson and Lisa Zambri along with Adam F. Goldberg.
Screenwriter and WGA West board member Tom Schulman will receive the guild's Valentine Davies Award, recognizing both his writing legacy and his service.
Peter Chernin and Robert Iger have wrapped their diplomatic mission with SAG.
With SAG waiting in the wings, IATSE and the majors have concluded three days of negotiations without reaching a deal -- though both sides asserted that they've made progress.
Overture Films has purchased teen comedy spec "Freshly Popped," penned by tyro scribe Megan Parsons, and set it up with Steve Tisch, Jason Blumenthal and Todd Black at their Escape Artists banner.
Chloe Sevigny and Zooey Deschanel will star in indie comedy "Divorce Ranch," produced, directed and written by veteran helmer Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
Post-strike TV production in Hollywood is getting back on its feet -- with the exception of pilots, production of which remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency…
Continuing its efforts to organize reality shows, the WGA is holding a news conference today to showcase workers from several high-profile skeins who are filing claims against producers for unpaid…
In a move designed to pressure the Screen Actors Guild into making a deal, the majors have told the performers union to forget about asking for sweeter terms than those secured by the WGA and DGA.
Fox fantasy adventure "Nim's Island" jumped past George Clooney's "Leatherheads" for the second spot at the weekend box office, reversing Sunday's order of finish.
United Artists and MGM have pushed back the release of Bryan Singer's Tom Cruise starrer "Valkyrie" from Oct. 3 to Feb. 13.
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