Uma Thurman will earn a paycheck from Paramount and DreamWorks for starring in "Paycheck."
The war against Iraq shouldn't present an obstacle to pressing forward Hollywood's campaign to put the brakes on piracy. A decidedly optimistic outlook emerged Thursday from the West Coast launch of…
"The Core" got its Hollywood preem Tuesday night, but producer David Foster is still hoping for a bow honoring two of its larger stars -- the U.S.S. Constellation and U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln, which…
Lorenzo di Bonaventura has come on board to produce two projects at Revolution Studios: the live-action talking dog laffer "Carlos and Jeff" and the action thriller "Doomsday."
SAG will survive, at least in name, if its planned merger with AFTRA goes through. Maintaining the SAG name will likely help defuse potential opposition to the merger among the 98,000 SAG members.
WGA West president Victoria Riskin is taking the guild's campaign against media consolidation directly to the FCC.
In a three-fold stunner, Hollywood gave Holocaust drama "The Pianist" Oscars on Sunday for director Roman Polanski, actor Adrien Brody and screenwriter Ronald Harwood.
Pointing to the war in Iraq, the Natl. Assn. of Broadcast Employees and Technicians and ABC have agreed to suspend negotiations for a month and extend the current contract.
With a tight economy and most states facing serious budget deficits, U.S. film commissions have been feeling the pinch of late. Now, with war against Iraq under way and states funneling more funds to…
Amid a scaled-back Oscar weekend, plans have remained in place for Saturday's inaugural "The Night Before" party to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
Paramount has tapped Mark Rosner ("The Rock") to script police drama "Red White Black and Blue."