The top officer at the Directors Guild of America has urged industry execs to take steps to avoid a pair of strikes next year by union writers and actors.
An undercurrent of uncertainty pervaded an otherwise jovial Thursday night reception at Reign in Beverly Hills as the Writers Guild of America West honored its Emmy nominees.
The fall box office season started sleepily, led by Universal's "The Watcher" and USA Films' "Nurse Betty," with respective studio-estimated openings of $9.1 million and $7.3 million. The post-Labor…
The Screen Actors Guild and agents have achieved significant progress during negotiations to work out a new set of regulations governing talent agencies.
The cast of "Frasier," expressing the growing frustration among striking union actors toward advertisers, urged all attendees at the Primetime Emmy Awards to wear gold ribbons as a show of support…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized the workers on "Arrest and Trial," a reality series for broadcast syndication produced by Studios USA's First Run Prods.
The NAACP has endorsed the four-month strike by union actors against advertisers and pledged that it will hit hard the ad industry if it does not reach a deal soon.
Disney edged Fox for the summer box office crown, with the Mouse House finishing with $390.2 million when final figures were tabulated -- a lead of $1.1 million. Fox tallied $389.1 million.
An enhanced E.T. will return in 18 months. Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment plan a major theatrical re-release of "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" in March 2002 to commemorate the 20th…
The ad industry has sounded a confident note a week before a planned return to the bargaining table with striking actors, insisting that current commercial production is in "very strong shape." "The…
The United Artists chain, continuing the blood bath in the exhibition sector, has filed for Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy protection. UA, the nation's sixth largest chain with 225 theaters, declared…