Mail ballots are due by noon Friday from members of the Screen Actors Guild for the seventh annual SAG Awards.
For the Screen Actors Guild, the last year has been perhaps the rockiest during its 68 years of existence.
Negotiators for Hollywood's writers issued a cautiously optimistic outlook Tuesday night, declaring to a supportive audience of Writers Guild members that there is still time to reach an acceptable…
Optimism took a drubbing last week in Hollywood as six weeks of contract talks between writers and studios collapsed, confirming pervasive fears of crippling strikes in the summer.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has reached a tentative contract deal with ABC, CBS and NBC for network TV news anchors, correspondents and news service personnel.
Strike fever persisted in Los Angeles despite a wet February as off-lot production of film and television remained at brisk levels.
Writers Guild of America West prexy John Wells has been shunning inflammatory rhetoric about last week's suspension of early contract talks with studios, choosing instead to assert that back-to-back…
Tess Harper, a high-profile member of the Screen Actors Guild's negotiating team, has implored SAG members to refuse work on non-union contracts, particularly on foreign projects.
And the Writers Guild Award for on-air promotion goes to ... we have no idea. On Sunday night, just as NBC's Lori Sunshine was accepting her award at the East Coast ceremonies in Gotham, a different…
The scribes behind a pair of edgy looks at contemporary life, "You Can Count on Me" and "Traffic," took top honors in motion picture screenwriting Sunday from the Writers Guild of America.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures