In a sign that the SAG stalemate with the majors will persist, an overwhelming number of SAG members responding to a guild survey have endorsed the current strategy of holding out for a better deal.
Former FCC general counsel John Rogovin has joined Warner Bros. as exec VP and general counsel, filling the slot vacated by John Schulman's retirement.
In a rare show of unity, SAG and AFTRA have announced jointly that they'll support ACTRA should the Canadian actors union strike against the ad industry.
Summit Entertainment has tapped veteran exec Nancy Kirkpatrick prexy of worldwide marketing.
John Schulman, Warner Bros. Entertainment general counsel and the reigning dean of studio legal eagles, is retiring after a 25-year career at the studio.
In the latest in a long line of poisonous developments between the blustery Sam Zell and Tribune employees, a group of current and former Los Angeles Times staffers has gone to court seeking to oust…
While SAG's in the third month of a stalemate over its feature-primetime contract, it's quietly moving to settle a lawsuit over how it disburses millions of dollars from foreign tax revenues to…
"Mamma Mia!" remained golden at the international box office, easily winning the weekend with $17.5 million at 4,296 playdates in 44 markets in a frame dominated by summer successes.
Casting directors and associates have reached a tentative deal for a new three-year contract with studios and networks.
Russell Mulcahy ("Resident Evil: Extinction") will direct indie actioner "Give 'Em Hell, Malone," starring Ving Rhames, Thomas Jane and Elsa Pataky.
As the Screen Actors Guild heads into the third month of its contract stalemate with the majors, there's mounting evidence that the uncertainty about SAG's future is helping rival union AFTRA make…