The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized picture editors and their assistants at "America's Next Top Model." IATSE will rep the employees through its Motion Picture Editors…
The bitter dispute between branches of the Writers Guild of America won't be solved soon, according to candidates in the upcoming WGA East elections.
Following a month of bitter infighting, the Writers Guild of America West board has voted 11-3 to rescind its previous decision bestowing its Valentine Davies Award for service to former president…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Hollywood should expect a combo of feistiness and frustration from the next set of elected leaders of the WGA West. That's the indication as a spirited campaign has emerged between two slates for the…
The Writers Guild of America and CBS have completed a second round of negotiations this month with little progress reported.
Compensating for a disappointing domestic performance, "The Island" won its third straight foreign box office crown with $9.7 million at more than 4,800 screens in 48 markets during a moderate…
Following the success of Paramount and DreamWorks' "War of the Worlds," Par has awarded another sci-fi spectacular to Steven Spielberg: the remake of "When Worlds Collide."
The Producers Guild of America has set Jan. 22 as the date for its awards ceremonies at the Universal Hilton. Nominations will be announced Jan. 4 at the same venue. Org, which has more than 2,000…
Irish transplant Jim Sheridan might not seem like the clear choice to helm rapper 50 Cent's dramatic debut with "Get Rich or Die Tryin'," the story of a drug lord-turned rapper.
The Governator seems to be running out of ammo politically, and it's even hurting his effort to stem runaway production.
I-On Films will begin principal photography next week on the newly formed company's first feature project, coming-of-age drama "Looking for Sunday."