Forget about any quick, easy deal for SAG when bargaining resumes next week.
Summit Entertainment will produce a remake of fantasy thriller "Highlander" with the aim of kick-starting the franchise.
Olympus Pictures and Rob Morrow's Bits & Pieces Picture Co. are producing a feature version of Robert Charles Wilson's sci-fi thriller "Spin."
Mandate Pictures has preemptively bought "Broken City," the first screenplay from Brian Tucker.
Emilio Ferrari has signed on to produce the indie drama "Waco" under his A Plus Prods. banner.
CBS Films has picked up "Legally Blonde" scribe Karen McCullah Lutz's romantic comedy spec "Permission."
In a surprise development, AFTRA has joined the Screen Actors Guild in declaring that actors must still be asked for their consent for clips of their work to be used online.
SAG's leaders are drawing a line in the sand: In the future actors must still be asked for their consent for clips of their film and TV work to be displayed online.
"Iron Man" stayed golden in its third frame at the foreign box office with $25.6 million at more than 5,000 playdates, while "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" debuted powerfully with $20.7…
The American Federation of Television & Radio Arists and the majors have recessed after eight days of talks and will resume negotiations Monday on a primetime deal.
Production of "Nailed," starring Jessica Biel and Jake Gyllenhaal, is expected to resume Monday after being shut down for a second time due to financial problems.