Leaders of SAG and AFTRA have launched three days of closed-door meetings to hammer out key details of the proposed merger between the performers' unions.
Veteran TV business and legal exec Barbara M. Rubin has recently opened an office in Century City, representing talent in the entertainment industry.
As a U.S. invasion of Iraq moves toward inevitability, Hollywood is quietly tightening security.
Hollywood thesps turned the kudos season spotlight on front-running "Chicago," giving the homicidal hoofers a trio of trophies Sunday at the ninth annual SAG Awards ceremonies.
Having scored a surprise success with "Jackass: The Movie," MTV Films is again pushing the envelope -- this time into arthouse territory -- with "Better Luck Tomorrow."
Perhaps it was a case of pre-invasion jitters as SAG sounded a warning last week against possible blacklisting of thesps.
Hollywood scribes, showing a preference for both populism and offbeat structure, tapped Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" for the WGA award for original screenplay and David Hare's "The Hours"…
AFL-CIO president John Sweeney has ramped up his support for the proposed merger between SAG and AFTRA, winging to Hollywood to offer leaders strategic guidance on pushing through the deal.
Veteran production exec Tom Hoffman has joined Tollin/Robbins Prods. as senior VP of production for the company's Paramount-based film division.
Hollywood's writers always seem to court controversy, even without a strike threat. One might have expected the Writers Guild of America to assume a lower profile during 2002 and 2003, after giving…