Mel Gibson's Icon Prods. has received its first greenlight at 20th Century Fox for "Paparazzi."
The waiting began officially Thursday with "Star Wars" buffs launching their line for the May 16 opening of "Episiode II -- Attack of the Clones" outside the Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
CBS news employees repped by the Writers Guild of America have approved strike authorization with a 98% endorsement.
PR specialist Keith Karpe has been tapped as the DGA's new exec director of communications. Karpe, who has spent nearly two decades working in PR, will fill the slot vacated last fall by the…
Opponents of the deal between SAG and Hollywood agents have vowed they will seek federal government intervention on antitrust grounds if the agreement is approved.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles has stepped out of its rut, posting a 77% increase in March from February's depressed levels.
Opponents of SAG's deal with agents plan to go public with a rally today in front of Screen Actors Guild's national headquarters in Hollywood.
Continuing to promise hardline rules enforcement, SAG has announced that its high-profile foreign members must refuse work on non-union contracts for work aimed at the U.S. market.
Major Hollywood agents have started sending their actor clients individual pitch letters seeking approval of SAG's tentative deal with the tenpercenters.
Stumping for approval of its deal with agents, SAG has warned members that the tenpercenters could charge as much as $419 million in additional film and TV commissions over three years if thesps…