Tina Fey will host the 59th Writers Guild of America Awards celebration in Gotham, set for Feb. 11 at the Hudson Theater in the Millennium Broadway Hotel.
New Line exec Gillian Brooks has been promoted to senior VP, field publicity and promotions.
Writer-director and Black Entertainment Television prexy Reginald Hudlin has been named to the executive board of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
After thoroughly baffling Hollywood about its screener policy, the DGA on Wednesday banned any screeners being sent to its 13,400 members during the current awards season.
"Letters From Iwo Jima," which opened at five U.S. theaters Wednesday, has already dazzled the Japanese. Clint Eastwood's Japanese-language companion piece to "Flags of Our Fathers" has dominated at…
Fox21 has selected three scripts, all for one-hour dramas, as finalists in the third annual Slamdance Teleplay Competition.
Even as the winter holidays loom, Hollywood's facing 2007 with an unmistakably grim directive: Start stockpiling. The town's coming down with a fresh, infectious case of strike-itus.
News flash: You can send awards-season screeners to the 13,400 members of the DGA, even though no one has before this year.
Principal photography has begun on "Parasomnia," a horror thriller from writer-director William Malone ("House on Haunted Hill") financed by Rising Storm Prods.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Carl Reiner to receive an Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of his service to the Guild.
New Line co-topper Bob Shaye took a decidedly low-key approach when he was presented PEN USA's Award of Honor as part of its 2006 Literary Awards Dec. 12 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.