Raising the stakes in the SAG-AFTRA brawl, Tom Hanks has joined the pro-AFTRA forces in an endorsement of the smaller union's primetime deal.
"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" found enough extra foreign treasure to lead the international box office for a third weekend, edging "The Incredible Hulk" and "Sex and the City."
SAG and the majors have recessed their feature-primetime talks for the weekend, with negotiations set to resume Monday. Meanwhile, Hollywood is increasingly doubtful that negotiators can reach a deal…
Hollywood's dreams of a midsummer resolution of its ongoing labor woes are melting away. The latest reality check: No deal until July 8. At the earliest. That's when voting closes for AFTRA's…
MGM has gotten onboard "Le Car," snapping up the comedy spec from Wayne McClammy and Will Burke, with McClammy attached to direct, and Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen producing through their Temple Hill…
With negligible progress at the Screen Actors Guild negotiations, the majors are moving toward making the guild a last, best and final offer.
Movie attendance at the summer box office is running on par with 2007 levels for the first time, helping to narrow an overall decline in admissions that has plagued the B.O. for most of 2008.
Overture Films has snapped up Karl Gajdusek's home-invasion thriller "Taken" and set it up with producers Irwin Winkler and Jill Cutler through their Winkler Films banner.
Richard Ingber has joined Warner-based Alcon Entertainment as president of worldwide marketing.
With SAG contract talks going nowhere fast, speculation's rising that Peter Chernin and Robert Iger will resume their diplomatic mission with the guild following a two-month hiatus.
With SAG unlikely to make a deal in the next two weeks, both sides will move on to tricky turf as of July 1, the day after the guild's current feature-primetime deal with the Alliance of Motion…