Twentieth Century Fox has promoted marketing execs Pamela Levine and Tony Sella to co-presidents of domestic theatrical marketing, less than a week after Alan Cohen ankled the post.
Showing a rare unified front, leaders of the oft-fractious Screen Actors Guild have launched their groundbreaking change in rules for members working overseas.
As if SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert didn't have enough headaches, she now has to contend with a controversy over her appointment of board member Aki Aleong as chair of the guild's key minority committee.
The Crest Theater in L.A.'s Westwood section has been sold for the second time in under a year, this time to a Netco exec paying $3.2 million to preserve the 60-year-old art deco venue as a first-run…
Hollywood agents have insisted SAG's master franchise agreement no longer applies to them and warned the guild against punishing agents who defy those rules.
Gov. Gray Davis has announced a $250,000 grant to help unemployed and marginally employed showbiz workers to train for other careers.
The Writers Guild of America East has announced it has reached a three-year tentative deal with ABC covering 180 newsroom employees in New York and Washington, D.C.
Despite pressure from studios and nets, SAG has refused to back down from plans for expanding contract enforcement to locations outside the U.S. this week.
Longtime SAG exec Clinta Dayton, who was at the center of the guild's election disputes, has announced she plans to retire next year after 35 years at SAG.
Blame Scrat for Hollywood's current family frenzy.
What now, SAG? That was the question resonating through Hollywood last week as SAG spurned the much-hyped deal to ease agency ownership restrictions.