Hollywood's writers have sealed the deal, placing an official stamp of approval on their three-year agreement with studios and networks with a strongly supportive 92% ratification vote.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles continued at a powerful pace in May, reflecting the spillover of earlier efforts to stockpile for possible writers and actors strikes.
Ferocious internal battles at the Screen Actors Guild have continued, with the national board voting to indemnify members who will hear the contentious case of three guild activists facing discipline…
Film-TV contract negotiations between actors and studios resumed Tuesday with the thus-far sluggish pace of talks expected to accelerate this week.
Hollywood's agents have been put on hold for a while longer in resuming negotiations with the Screen Actors Guild over the tenpercenters' push to loosen financial-interest rules.
Negotiations between actors and studios restart today after a 12-day break, with only 25 days left until the current film-TV contract expires.
Radiofree SAG.org, a Web site virulently opposed to SAG prexy William Daniels, has changed its name to radiofreefacts.org after it was warned that it has been violating SAG's copyright.
Monday's Writers Guild vote on its recently negotiated contract with producers was smooth sailing. But few industryites realize how close the town came to the stormy waters of a full-blown strike…
Screen Actors Guild prexy William Daniels offered a sunny forecast Sunday for SAG's current film-TV contract talks, declaring that the recent writers' deal has paved the way for an acceptable pact…
Opponents of runaway production have received a boost from a nascent campaign that will emphasize the potential profitability of staying within the U.S.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media