Paramount has stepped up to the plate on "The Bad News Bears," tapping Richard Linklater to helm its remake starring Billy Bob Thornton.
Hollywood's key guilds offer indie producers an array of inducements to go union, such as lower rates and salary deferrals
Angela Bassett and Keith David have been added to the cast of Regency Enterprise's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" near the end of production shooting. Bassett, who co-stars in "Mr. 3000," is playing the boss…
The Breckenridge Film Festival, which runs Thursday through Sunday, will present Michael York with a lifetime achievement award.
A war of words has erupted between leaders of the Writers Guild of America East and WGA West due to a 2-year-old jurisdictional dispute over coverage of CBS newswriters in Los Angeles.
Alan Heim, who won an Oscar for his editing work on "All That Jazz," has been elected president of the American Cinema Editors for a two-year term. Heim takes over for outgoing president Tina Hirsch…
In a clearly positive signal, negotiators have achieved advances in two weeks of the high-stakes Directors Guild contract talks with studios and nets.
Having a star injured during a shoot always throws a monkeywrench into production, but the degree of the headache for studios and producers varies widely. And for thesps, one star's debilitating turn…
How do you find Los Angeles? If you're Robert Towne, you go 10,000 miles to South Africa.
Though most Americans film workers publicly bemoan runaway production, in private some of them acknowledge that foreign lensing offers benefits like tax breaks, new sources of funding -- and the…