In the latest stunning twist in the SAG saga, the guild and the congloms have delayed the relaunch of their contract talks because guild prexy Alan Rosenberg is going to court today to demand the…
Warner Bros. has promoted Jim Wuthrich to the post of president of international home video and digital distribution.
With the Screen Actors Guild about to relaunch contract talks, guild president Alan Rosenberg and first VP Anne-Marie Johnson have disclosed plans to go to court to demand reinstatement of Doug Allen…
The Screen Actors Guild is headed for another momentous week in the wake of the firing of national exec director Doug Allen and replacing its negotiating committee on Jan. 26.
Tom Cruise's "Valkyrie" scored its second straight victory at the foreign box office, hitting the target with $18.6 million at 3,900 playdates in 26 markets.
Josh Hutcherson in rounding out the cast of "Carmel," opposite Lauren Bacall, Alfred Molina, Dina Eastwood and Hayden Panettiere in a drama centered on art forgery.
"Slumdog Millionaire," the longshot turned awards season favorite, has stayed on its hot streak with director Danny Boyle taking the top honor from the Directors Guild of America.
Danny Boyle admits that directing "Slumdog Millionaire" has not only done wonders for his career, it's altered how he feels about himself and how others perceive him.
DGA Awards host Carl Reiner, who had been set to host the DGA Awards on Saturday night, has been forced to cancel due to food poisoning.
In booting out national exec director Doug Allen last week, SAG's leaders may have resolved one bit of tension, but the guild isn't likely to become any less divided. Some observers, and even…
It's a true Hollywood scenario: Warner Bros. absorbs New Line. Warner Bros. fires most of New Line staff, including its co-founders, Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne. Warner Bros. embraces a new New Line…