"Girlfight" writer-director Karyn Kusama is the leading candidate to helm Paramount and MTV Films' "Aeon Flux," the live-action feature version of MTV's futuristic cable series.
Nearly 10,000 thesps have decided to opt out of the SAG-producers health plan this year after the imposition of the plan's first insurance premiums.
Paramount Pictures is taking a swing at "The Club," tapping writer-director David Raynr to script the golfing comedy.
The Screen Actors Guild has allocated $1.6 million to campaign for its merger with the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, CEO Bob Pisano told Sunday's Hollywood membership meeting.
In the largely uncharted world of reality TV, so-called "preditors" -- part producer and part editor -- are an emerging power. But their dual identities are causing multiple headaches for the WGA.
For one week a year, the Oscar ballot counters are stars. The Monday after, it's back to 51 weeks of numbers-crunching anonymity.
Hollywood thesps turned the kudos season spotlight on frontrunning "Chicago," giving the homicidal hoofers a trio of trophies March 9 at the ninth annual SAG Awards ceremonies in Los Angeles.
The city is following the money. Los Angeles City Controller Laura Chick has joined the fray over the embattled Entertainment Industry Development Corp., finding $1.3 million in questionable spending…
High-earning broadcasters and recording artists will have to pay significantly steeper dues if the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger goes through.
A bitter battle between "Bowling for Columbine" helmer Michael Moore and staffers at the Writers Guild of America East has gone public. The dispute centers on unpaid residuals to Moore and five other…