With negotiations between striking writers and majors at an impasse, the WGA leadership isn't backing down.
With the Directors Guild of America expected to announce as early as today a start date for negotiations, the backchannels have started buzzing again to revive the smoldering remains of the WGA talks.
Even with the approach of the holiday season, the WGA strike won't start slowing down until next week.
Golden Globe noms will be announced Thursday, but this year there's double the suspense: not only who will be nominated, but who will attend.
The tone of the WGA strike -- now in its sixth week -- keeps getting nastier, with both sides abandoning any pretense of diplomacy.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
After Friday night's messy collapse of contract talks, showbiz workers spent the weekend wondering where everyone goes next: Will the DGA step in?; how would that affect the resumption of writers…
While "The Golden Compass" may have been off the mark in its domestic debut, the action fantasy film seems to have found its bearings abroad.
Mary Olive Smith's "A Walk to Beautiful" won the top feature documentary prize from the Intl. Documentary Assn.
AMPTP says it won't return to the table unless the WGA backs off on six "unreasonable demands," including jurisdiction over reality TV.
The negotiations spin has gone nuclear. WGA West president Patric Verrone is sticking by his guns, asserting that the AMPTP is stalling at the current round of negotiations. The AMPTP, meanwhile, has…
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