SAG's launching a "Get Your Money" campaign, aimed at distributing some of the more than $25 million in "unclaimed residuals" it hasn't given to more than 66,000 people.
Two committees of the Screen Actors Guild have announced their oppostiton to California ballot Proposition 8, which would ban same-sex marriages.
Gary Oldman will co-star with Denzel Washington in "Book of Eli," a post-apocalyptic actioner to be directed by Allen and Albert Hughes.
Colin Firth, Julianne Moore and Matthew Goode will topline indie drama "A Single Man," Tom Ford's directorial debut.
Amy Adams will star in the indie drama "Daughter of the Queen of Sheba" for producers Susan Cartsonis and Matt Williams ("What Women Want").
Adrien Brody will star in indie actioner "The Courier" for Arclight Films, with Russell Mulcahy directing.
FilmL.A. has selected veteran exec Paul Audley as its president, filling the post left vacant when Steve MacDonald ankled last spring.
Disney's "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" graduated with honors at the weekend's foreign box office in a dominant launch with a socko $40 million at 3,090 playdates in 22 markets.
The Screen Actors Guild and the majors are taking baby steps toward resuming their long-stalled formal negotiations over the feature-primetime contract.
Federal mediator Juan Carlos Gonzalez has taken the first step in his attempt to re-start the stalled contract negotiations between the Screen Actors Guild and the congloms.
After four months of sniping at each other, SAG and the congloms will meet with a federal mediator with the goal of resuming contract talks -- the congloms will meet Oct. 30; SAG hasn't yet announced…