Showing an unsurprising preference for performance-driven dramas, Screen Actors Guild members honored "A Beautiful Mind" and "In the Bedroom" with a trio of feature nominations each Tuesday.
The Screen Actors Guild's national board has made it official, giving the green light to rerun elections for president, secretary and treasurer.
Hollywood's actors and agents have opted to keep their sabers sheathed and maintain their informal extension of the lapsed SAG master franchise agreement.
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped eight features, including blockbuster "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," and eight TV programs as nominees for excellence in costume design awards.
Twentieth Century Fox has promoted Peter Stougaard to VP of advertising and Bruce Szeles to VP of audiovisual advertising.
After nearly a year of trying, the Screen Actors Guild national board finally agreed Monday to cut its size to 62 from 107 and give Hollywood reps a slim majority.
One of the candidates slotted for the rerun of last fall's SAG election has called for firing longtime SAG exec John McGuire because of his supervision of election violations.
The American Cinema Editors tapped box office powerhouses "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring," along with "A Beautiful Mind," "Black Hawk…
Hollywood publicists have tapped Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin and John Wells to share the Television Showmanship Award for their work on "The West Wing."
Version 2.0 of SAG's election campaign has launched with a role reversal: Valerie Harper is challenging Melissa Gilbert to a debate.
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