With SAG pushed to the sidelines until the end of the month, the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists and the majors have held two days of news-free negotiations.
The Directors Guild of America has promoted veteran exec Jon Larson to the newly created position of associate Western exec director.
Senator Entertainment has greenlit Samuel L. Jackson thriller "Unthinkable" with Gregor Jordan ("The Informers") attached to direct with production starting Sept. 2 in Michigan.
Warner Bros. tentpole "Speed Racer" gets the green light this weekend but may very well finish behind the second week of "Iron Man."
Myriad Pictures will be producing, financing and handling worldwide sales for the horror film "Drive the Night," written and to be directed by Bill Bennett.
Warner Bros. has discovered a way to deal with the specialty film business -- it's staying away from it.
Heather Graham, Jennifer Coolidge, Matthew Settle and Amber Heard will topline the indie black dramedy "Ex-terminators."
In a move underlining the deep divisions between the two performers unions, AFTRA's not letting the Screen Actors Guild get back into the negotiating room with the majors -- at least for a few weeks.
Santa Monica-based Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency has trimmed its actor roster by about 200 clients, noting that it's taking the step in order to provide its remaining clients with…
SAG has run out of time to make a new feature-primetime deal with the majors and has been pushed aside in favor of AFTRA -- probably until late May.
Senator Entertainment has acquired film rights to Brad Kessler's novel "Birds in Fall" and will produce the drama with Julia Roberts' Red Om Films.
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