Paramount Pictures has signed "Elf" producers Todd Komarnicki and Jon Berg to a first-look production deal through their Guy Walks Into a Bar shingle.
One of the longest, liveliest and stickiest Hollywood battles centers on exactly who deserves writing credits on films.
Douglas Tirola, former head of production and development at Emerging Pictures, has set up Fourth Row Films in Gotham as a film-TV production shingle.
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped eight recipients for its annual honorary awards to be presented during the sixth annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Feb. 21 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
With no fanfare, AFTRA has assumed jurisdiction over half a dozen primetime network series in what has been SAG's traditional turf. AFTRA currently covers CBS's "Joan of Arcadia" and "Still…
Paramount has decided to take a flyer on "The Girl Who Could Fly," purchasing the spec script by Victoria Lakeman for mid-six figures for Michael Aguilar and Dean Georgaris to produce.
The forecast looks rocky for upcoming negotiations between Hollywood scribes and studios.
The American Cinema Editors has tapped Donn Cambern and John A. Martinelli to receive the org's lifetime career achievement award.
Tollin/Robbins always has its game face on. Now the producers behind such sports-centered pics as "Varsity Blues," "Summer Catch," "Hardball" and "Radio" want even supporting actors to bring their…
Minority writers saw employment in primetime TV rise to 13% of all scripting slots last season from 10% in the previous one, according to stats released Thursday by the WGA West.