Gov. Gray Davis has proposed slicing $2.1 million from the Film California First incentive program as part of dozens of recommended spending cuts to narrow the state's $21 billion deficit.
Sometimes superstitions really are based on reality. In the offbeat world of "Star Trek" faithful, it's an article of faith that even-numbered films have turned out far better than the odd-numbered…
Paramount Pictures and Lions Gate Films have teamed to co-produce "The Prince and the Freshman," a romantic comedy to star Julia Stiles. Martha Coolidge will direct, with production to begin in March.
SAG has decided to keep its annual Hollywood membership meeting but look for a less expensive venue than its usual location, the Sheraton Universal.
Showbiz is here to stay. Despite the lure of lower-cost production sites from Perth to Prague, UCLA's economic forecasters have asserted that the Hollywood motion picture industry is in relatively…
About 80 on-air employees at Clear Channel radio stations in Gotham will spurn the company Christmas party as part of a long-running dispute over plans to replace announcers with prerecorded…
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies have optioned yet-to-be-published mystery series "Arthur Spiderwick's Guide to the Fantastic World Around You" for Nick and APG to produce.
Local feature production continues to emerge from its long slump as off-lot activity in Los Angeles remained steady during November.
A court settlement has been reached in a long-running suit alleging that AFTRA's health and retirement funds had short-changed a group of 1960s recording artists.
Ralph Woolsey, who won an Emmy in 1968 for the skein "It Takes a Thief," will receive the American Society of Cinematographers Presidents Award.
Just in time for the holidays, hundreds of Hollywood scribes have received a Scrooge-like surprise from the city of Los Angeles. The writers are among 151,000 recipients of a letter sent by the city…