The Screen Actors Guild has gotten cold feet over working together with other showbiz unions on organizing and bargaining.
Santa Clara U. School of Law professor Steve Diamond has emerged as the leading candidate to replace fired SAG chief exec Greg Hessinger. Diamond could be approved by SAG's national board as early as…
Sidney Sheldon has donated his literary collection to the UCLA Library. Collection includes manuscripts, scripts, research materials and correspondence relating to his more than 200 TV scripts, 25…
Members of AFTRA Los Angeles have filled 18 slots on its local board and 24 on its national board, according to results announced Tuesday.
Striking while the iron's hot, Sony has signed "The Da Vinci Code" scribe Akiva Goldsman to adapt author Dan Brown's first religious thriller, "Angels & Demons."
Striking while the iron is sizzling, Sony has signed "The Da Vinci Code" scribe Akiva Goldsman to adapt author Dan Brown's first religious thriller, "Angels & Demons."
New Line has tapped Ekta Farrar director of national publicity. Farrar joins the mini-major from Block-Korenbrot Public Relations, where she served as a senior publicist.
"The Da Vinci Code" actually unlocked nearly $8 million more overseas than Sony estimated on Sunday, pushing its record-setting opening gross to $154.7 million at 12,213 playdates. Much of the boost…
Foreign moviegoers blessed "The Da Vinci Code" with a record opening of $147 million at 12,213 playdates in 79 markets -- a stunning overseas launch that nearly doubled the domestic gross.
William Webb has sued the Directors Guild of America over its practice of collecting foreign levies for helmers who aren't DGA members. Webb alleges in the action that the DGA began making foreign…
While Tom Cruise hasn't conquered the world this time, "Mission: Impossible 3" has managed to avoid disaster in its first two weeks in foreign markets.