Hollywood's scribes have been delving into a lively debate over the sticky issue of exactly who deserves writing credits on features and TV.
Screenwriters are freaking at Hollywood's endless tweaking. But if it's any consolation, there's no class distinction here: A-list scribes are being tortured as much as novice scripters.
The Screen Actors Guild has lit the fuse. It's a short one. An emergency meeting has been set for Sept. 5 at which the full SAG board is expected to deliver the ultimatum that the industry has long…
Twentieth Century Fox has signed John Moore to helm the bigscreen version of the life story of Gen. Chuck Yeager.
SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert has defended CEO Bob Pisano's recent move to close many of SAG's branch offices.
The Screen Actors Guild has reached an out-of-court settlement in a wrongful termination-racial discrimination suit by a former contracts administrator, its fourth such deal in less than a year.
The upcoming move of SAG's New York headquarters, long criticized as overly expensive, has emerged as a campaign issue among board candidates.
He's back -- sort of. Rumors about Arnold Schwarzenegger running for California governor in 2006 won't go away.
Key runaway production legislation remained alive Thursday in the face of California's $23.6 billion budget gap.
SAG has chosen to sidestep for now what could be another nasty confrontation with Hollywood agents. Guild leaders have avoided acting on proposals from its key agency committee to set a deadline for…
A UCLA study shows Spanish-language TV broadcasters in Los Angeles receive a median salary that, at $60,000, is 70% less than the median for English-language broadcasters.