Will writers be force majeured from contract deals if they strike? Not if the Writers Guild of America has anything to say about it.
Writers' contract negotiations entered their eighth week Monday, with both sides continuing to deny rumors of an impending settlement.
Internal battles at the Screen Actors Guild have resulted in its national board taking the extraordinary step of initiating disciplinary proceedings against three prominent members.
Dear Diary, Had a boffo weekend. The soph session of Miramax/U's "Bridget Jones's Diary" edged out three-time victor "Spy Kids" with $10.5 million as the Renee Zellweger romancer added 610 playdates…
They're going down to the wire. With only nine days left before the contract expires at 12:01 a.m. May 2, strong indications are that negotiations between writers and companies will not reach the…
The already bitter infighting at the Screen Actors Guild has increased several notches with a call for members to oust SAG prexy William Daniels and allies in the Performers Alliance.
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan, jumping into Hollywood's labor crisis, proclaimed Thursday that strikes by writers and actors would devastate the local economy, with losses expected of $6.9…
Though leaders of the Writers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild express support for each other and promise continued open communication, the possibility of taking more powerful joint steps…
Michael Ritchie, who made his bigscreen directing debut in 1969 with "Downhill Racer" and who then helmed a string of perceptive, sardonic spoofs, died Monday from complications of prostate cancer…
"Scope" has become the buzz word around the Screen Actors Guild headquarters in Hollywood. Scope is shorthand for the issue of Guild members working outside the United States.
With absolutely no fanfare, negotiators for writers and studios re-launched contract talks Tuesday with the looming threat of a devastating strike hanging over the proceedings.