Media chieftains are walking a tightrope. In the face of spiraling costs, technological shifts and sluggish share prices, they're making the case to shareholders that they're prospering. Yet at the…
A strike over clips? As the companies and actors square off over money, Hollywood is still scratching its collective head over SAG and AFTRA going to the mat with the majors over the previously…
With the world obsessing over the return of Indiana Jones, "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" has quietly demonstrated its viability as a worldwide franchise, launching impressively in a…
AFTRA and the majors have decided to try negotiating over the weekend after completing 13 days of negotiations on the union's primetime contract.
Production of troubled indie comedy "Nailed," starring Jessica Biel and Jake Gyllenhaal, has been shut down for a third time due to financial problems.
Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" opened in France on Wednesday with $2.2 million, then scored an estimated $4.5 million in midnight shows in the U.S.
A new era for the Writers Guild of America East began Thursday with the appointment of veteran labor attorney Lowell Peterson as exec director. Peterson succeeds Mona Mangan, a feisty and often…
Hopes for the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists closing a primetime deal with the majors soon have started to vanish, with a June 30 contract expiration looming.
This weekend Paramount faces the sort of problem any studio would love to have. Its blockbuster hit "Iron Man" has its first real competition … but from another Par release: "Indiana Jones and the…
Walden Media has found its "Inner Child," snapping up Ross Venokur's comedy pitch as part of its move to expand beyond adaptations of kidlit and into broad comedies.
Forget about any quick, easy deal for SAG when bargaining resumes next week.