The WGA has agreed to sign an interim deal with United Artists that would allow feature film writers to go back to work for the studio.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg has announced that not one of the more than 70 actors nominated for a Golden Globe will attend the Jan. 13 ceremonies because of the WGA's plans to picket the event.
It's nearly official -- the foreign box office has finished 2007 in stellar style, with a 9% increase in revenues to $9.42 billion for the Big Six studios.
With the writers strike about to enter its third month, staffers at the WGA East have gone public with a dispute with guild leaders over their contract ratification.
After all the holiday traffic, horror entry "One Missed Call" will be the only new wide release at the domestic box office this weekend.Warner Bros. is distributing "One Missed Call" in 2,240…
Don't do that again, Jay. That was the official message from the WGA to Jay Leno -- you can't write jokes for yourself without breaking the guild's strike rules because NBC is a struck company.
The town's first day back at work started with reports that the Golden Globes would probably proceed as scheduled Jan. 13, thanks to a hoped-for waiver from the striking Writers Guild.
With the writers strike headed into its third month, there's no signal of a cease-fire any time soon between the WGA and the majors.
International moviegoers played a starring role for Hollywood studios in 2007, driving foreign box office to record levels.
Will Smith's "I Am Legend" closed out the year with a bang, leading a robust foreign box office during the final 2007 weekend with $46.1 million in 25 markets.
The AMPTP announced Friday morning that its calculation of how much the eight-week strike has cost writers -- $151.2 million -- had topped the guild's calculation of the increase it had asked for at…
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