Joanna Cassidy is stepping down down as a member of the Screen Actors Guild's national board and will be replaced by Joe Bologna, who lost his seat in last month's election.
Michael Douglas will be presented with AFI's Life Achievement Award at a tribute in Los Angeles on June 11.
James Caan, Gabriel Macht, Peter Stormare and Rachael Taylor have joined the cast of indie drama "Middle Men," a chronicle of the birth of the Internet porn industry.
West Coast Film Partners has set plans to finance, produce and distribute two features, "Sunset Plaza" and "The Devil's Commandments," next year.
AFTRA has agreed to conduct joint negotiations with SAG for the commercials contract -- seven months after AFTRA angrily split off on primetime contract talks.
Foreign sensation "Mamma Mia!" stayed unstoppable at international multiplexes, racking up its fifth consecutive weekend victory with $14.1 million at 4,406 play dates in 47 markets.
With Abu Dhabi coming into focus as a major new source of film financing, the timing couldn't be better for David Marlett's long-gestating film set in the world of polo.
Bill Maher's irreverent docu "Religulous" was off to a strong start as it bowed early in Gotham, grossing $13,237 on Wednesday from two theaters for a per location average of $6,619.
Lucasfilm has tapped Anthony Hemingway to direct "Red Tails," the WWII action adventure about the Tuskegee Airmen based on a story by George Lucas.
Underlining its status as an international sensation, "Mamma Mia!" warbled its way to a fourth straight victory at the foreign box office with $15.3 million at 4,562 playdates in 49 markets.
Plum Pictures is developing an adaptation of Harlan Coben's thriller "The Innocent," first published in 2005.