The Screen Actors Guild has completed the launch of its year-old iActor online casting directory, which includes nearly 24,000 member resumes.
Summit Entertainment has tapped veteran exec Patricia Laucella as senior VP of legal affairs.
Producers David Salzberg and Christian Tureaud have launched HighRoad Entertainment and acquired rights to sports film "The Perfect Game."
AFTRA is turning up the pressure on the Screen Actors Guild to get to the negotiating table by the end of this month -- or watch AFTRA start bargaining on its own.
AFTRA is telling the Screen Actors Guild to stop dragging its feet -- and warning that it's willing to start negotiations as early as this month without SAG.
It's looking like the end of the line for most of New Line's 600 employees and uncertainty for New Line's slate.
"Jumper" landed in first place overseas for the third straight weekend with $12.8 million at 4,000 playdates in 44 markets, edging political thriller "Vantage Point."
Post-strike TV production in Hollywood has been getting back on its feet but remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency Film L.A.
Even before it won four Oscars, "No Country for Old Men" had shown decent traction outside the United States, with $38 million in international box office midway through its overseas run.
Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne were always Hollywood mavericks, so when Jeff Bewkes announced Feb. 28 that New Line was going to be folded into Warner Bros., the town wondered: Where do two mavericks go…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees will hold early negotiations with the AMPTP on its West Coast contract, starting on April 7.