Though it hasn't been officially announced, Jan. 7 has emerged as a likely start date for negotiations between the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.
Family-friendly films saw a spike the day after Christmas as kids and parents looked for something to do, while Paramount Vantage scored one of the best recent per-location averages with the bow of…
The Writers Guild of America has retained veteran Democratic political consultants Bill Carrick and Kam Kuwata to provide assistance on the strategic and PR fronts of the 8-week-old strike.
Foreign moviegoing's ending a boffo year on solid footing, led by the high-profile trio of "I Am Legend," "The Golden Compass" and "National Treasure: Book of Secrets."
If the WGA strike is a pitched battle over complex issues of new media, the rhetoric is an easy-to-grasp war of wordplay.
The weak dollar may be stressing out overseas travelers, but it helped Hollywood pics hit home runs this year. Also helping were several sturdy tentpoles and a selection of mid-range pics that gained…
Happy holidays from abroad, Hollywood. For the first time in history, the six largest studios have all crossed the $1 billion mark at the international box office in the same calendar year -- with…
With writers strike activity winding down for the holidays, the WGA and AMPTP engaged Thursday in one last round of pre-Christmas verbal volleying and PR spin.
With four bids, including ensemble cast, "Into the Wild" topped the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations in voting that only heightened the sense of uncertainty about the awards season.
In an effort to push the majors back to the bargaining table, the WGA's moving forward on its pledge to seek interim deals with several indie producers.
With the writers strike in its seventh week, there are signs of change on a number of fronts -- and these changes may ratchet up the pressure on the Writers Guild of America to reach a settlement.
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