Though Hollywood likes sequels, nobody wants 2005 to become a replay of 2001.
There could be plenty of B.O. fireworks next Fourth of July, as a pair of pricey tentpoles look to stake out the same weekend turf in 2005.
Paramount has set up a feature project based on the early days of the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies, the long-running vaudeville review starring showbiz veterans, with producer Nelson Woss through…
After a complaint by AFTRA, the National Labor Relations Board has agreed to charge WFSB-TV in Hartford, Conn., with violations of federal labor law.
The Dept. of Labor has spelled out a series of steps it's taking to ensure the upcoming WGA West presidential election meets federal regulations.
Former football players Brian Bosworth, Michael Irvin and Bill Romanowski have signed on for parts in Paramount/Sony's remake of "The Longest Yard," starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, James Cromwell…
Toymaker Hasbro and Hollywood's guilds are in play together on a new board game that could hand the Motion Picture & Television Fund $4 million if the game is a hit.
Fox has nearly found its "Fantastic Four." Studio has signed Michael Chiklis to play Ben Grimm/the Thing, Ioan Gruffudd as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic and Chris Evans as Johnny Storm/the Human Torch.
The Dept. of Labor held its first public session Wednesday with WGA West members to go over the ground rules for the upcoming presidential election.
The Ruddy Morgan Organization has acquired feature rights to Gerald A. Browne's story about improbable hit men, "Swish Hitters."