Fox 2000 is allying with scripter Robert Schenkkan ("The Quiet American") for Civil War love story "Enemy Women."
The Screen Actors Guild has apparently agreed to contract concessions for two major sitcoms for the current season.
The American Cinema Editors have re-elected Tina Hirsch, the org's first female president, for another two years.
It was business as usual Monday at the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. despite last week's raid on its Hollywood offices by local law enforcement.
The Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has insisted it is innocent in the face of allegations that it has misused public funds.
A majority of SAG's Hollywood board members, thwarted from setting a "drop-dead" date for agents to re-sign the franchise agreement, are seeking an emergency meeting this week to move forward on the…
Hollywood retains a powerful pull on former President Bill Clinton, who met with 80 key showbiz union leaders during his recent swing through Southern California in a high-powered get-together…
To no one's surprise, SAG punted last week on the divisive issue of regulating agents. CEO Bob Pisano and prexy Melissa Gilbert delayed a showdown with Hollywood agents for another month.
Los Angeles County investigators have launched a criminal probe into spending by the Entertainment Industry Development Corp., the agency that handles film permitting on public property in much of…
Eight days before its scheduled release, 20th Century Fox has pushed back the opening of its crime-actioner "The Transporter" to Oct. 11.