The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has set Oct. 12 as the start date for negotiations on its network code contract, the union's biggest contract with $400 million in annual…
Underscoring strong interest in the upcoming election, an SRO crowd of about 150 scribes attended the WGA West's "Meet the Candidates" event on Wednesday.
Feistiness and frustration over stalled contract negotiations are the dominant themes among leaders of the 3,000 scribes repped by the WGA East.
Hollywood should remain ready for more rockiness with writers. That's the indication, four months after the film-TV contract expired and three months after negotiations collapsed with the Writers…
Production on Paramount/MTV's "Aeon Flux" will be shut down for several weeks due to Charlize Theron's injuries during shooting in Berlin.
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Jamie Foxx and Keira Knightley for its Hollywood Breakthrough Awards and DreamWorks' "Shrek 2" for its animation award.
Audrey Wilder, widow of Billy Wilder, has donated $500,000 to a $1.9 million capital campaign for a new Writers Guild Foundation Library at WGA West headquarters.
Paramount is taking a trip to "Area 51," acquiring worldwide film rights to Midway Games' upcoming videogame.
Weighing in on a federal lawsuit, WGA West presidential candidate Eric Hughes has strongly disputed Writers Guild claims on the awarding of screenwriter credits.
Dakota Fanning is going to war with Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg in Paramount/DreamWorks' "War of the Worlds."