The Writers Guild of America East has unionized about 100 writers, producers and researchers who work on non-fiction programming for Lion Television.
The Writers Guild of America East has selected the Television Academy Foundation's Archive of American Television to receive the guild's Evelyn F. Burkey Award.
At last week's Academy visual effects bakeoff, Acad governor Bill Taylor introduced the evening by noting that the seven films still in the Oscar race earned more than $3.3 billion in box office and…
Off-lot production in the Los Angeles area has stayed active so far this year, increasing by 5% during the week that ended Sunday.
Mark Ivanir has replaced Jeremy Northam in indie drama "A Late Quartet."
Naomi Watts has joined the cast of Warner Bros.' "J. Edgar," opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Ed Westwick, Damon Herriman, Armie Hammer, Ken Howard and Josh Lucas.
With its leading tally of a dozen Academy Award nominations, "The King's Speech" will likely see the biggest Oscar bounce at the box office.
Carl Reiner will return as host for Saturday's Directors Guild of America Awards at the Century Plaza, marking the 23rd time Reiner will have hosted.
Summit Entertainment is in negotations to acquire distribution rights to indie coming-of-age drama "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."
Lionsgate has set a March 23, 2012 release date for futuristic actioner "The Hunger Games."
WGA East activist Marianne Pryor has been tapped to receive the Writers Guild of America East's Richard B. Jablow award for service to the guild.