NBC's "The West Wing" and HBO's "Sex and the City" drew two nominations each for Writers Guild of America TV scripting awards. The small-screen noms, announced Wednesday, also saw WGA members select…
Fox has decided to become a parent to "The Only Child," preemptively buying the comedy pitch from "King of the Hill" writer-exec producers Sivert Glarum and Michael Jamin for Barry Josephson to…
The Producers Guild of America has switched the site of its Jan. 22 awards show to Culver Studios from the Century Plaza due to a union boycott of the hotel.
Hollywood's actors unions want a deal by Christmas. SAG and AFTRA, which start bargaining Dec. 6 with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, are aiming to conclude negotiations on…
Producer Chuck Gordon has acquired film rights to Tim McGraw's Grammy-nominated song "Live Like You Were Dying" for his Daybreak Prods. shingle.
Adrian Loudermilk's Venture Management has acquired film rights to the story of college writer-for-hire Elena Martinez.
"The Incredibles" remained robust amid otherwise lukewarm returns from rival entries last week such as "The Polar Express," while "Alexander" conquered mid-sized territories as it prepped for…
Paramount and DreamWorks are hoping auds like their "Lemony" lite. After weighing two versions of "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" execs have opted for the more child-friendly…
Trustees of the Health and Retirement Plans of the American Guild of Musical Artists have changed policy to recognize same-sex marriages.
Fox has decided to play with Snoop Dogg, signing the rap star to topline the real-life story of coaching his son's youth league football team and setting up the project at Mandeville Films with David…