Marcie Wright, owner and principal of the Wright Concept, a boutique literary agency, was released on her own recognizance Monday after pleading not guilty to grand theft and fraud charges.
Paramount Pictures is looking to bring back more of Elvis Presley, whose disc of 30 No. 1 hits debuts today.
ClearPlay, a specialist in parental movie filtering technology, has blasted the Directors Guild's recent legal strike against sanitized versions of Hollywood films.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, which reps more than 100,000 below-the-line showbiz workers in the U.S. and Canada, has opted for early negotiations with studios starting in…
SAG's attempt to beef up contract enforcement beyond the U.S. border may have hit a roadblock in Canada thrown up by another union.
A typically raucous SAG election will come to a close tonight with 157 candidates vying for 46 national board seats in Los Angeles and New York.
The Directors Guild has launched its long-awaited legal strike against the companies and stores that rent and sell sanitized versions of Hollywood films.
Blame Saddam Hussein. Backers of fighting runaway production have pushed for years for federal legislation to retain domestic production, but those efforts look to be headed for the back burner.
Los Angeles County's top prosecutor has warned the troubled Entertainment Industry Development Corp. against using public funds to defend itself in his criminal investigation.
The Screen Actors Guild is launching an online submissions process for its ninth Annual SAG Awards and will begin accepting requests for consideration next week.
Already facing a serious pinch on health costs, Hollywood actors have been told to expect an even bigger squeeze next year.