A former Screen Actors Guild exec has sued the Guild, accusing the union of wrongful termination for his opposition to alleged racial discrimination within SAG.
The war in Iraq may still be under way, but Hollywood's battle against runaway production looks to have found a bit of relief thanks, in part, to the conflict.
It hasn't gone away, but the possessory credit is becoming less fashionable. During the 1990s, more than 70% of directors took the "A Film By . . ." credit, according to WGA surveys; unofficial…
Leaders of six unions repping journalists, including AFTRA and the WGA East, have called on Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to investigate the recent deaths of journalists covering the war in…
Breck Eisner is in negotiations to helm "Sahara," the first bigscreen version of the Dirk Pitt bestselling action-adventure by Clive Cussler.
Country superstar Faith Hill will make her bigscreen debut in Paramount's remake of "The Stepford Wives."
AFTRA has won the right to represent on-air staff at Telemundo's WSNS-TV Chicago following an election supervised by the Natl. Labor Relations Board.
Paramount Pictures has tapped Matthew McConaughey to produce and possibly topline the romantic comedy "Dear Delilah" in hopes of duplicating the breakout success of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days."
Serial killer H.H. Holmes, who stalked his prey at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, is in the cross-hairs of an unusually high-profile development contest.
SAG wants earlier negotiations for its ad contract. Talks are tentatively slated to start Sept. 3. "We have issued an open invitation to advertisers to go as soon as the consolidation process is…