"So to be acknowledged by my colleagues for this means an enormous amount to me." -- Nicole Kidman
"The Fighter" and "The King's Speech" topped nominations for the Screen Actors Guild awards, followed by "Black Swan" and "The Kids Are All Right" with three each.
Warner Bros. exec VP Jessica Goodman is ankling the film studio after 13 years.
Hollywood union publicists will honor John Lasseter and Sylvester Stallone at their Feb. 25 awards lunch at the Beverly Hilton.
Vendome Pictures is joining Raffaella Prods. to produce Max Botkin's futuristic thriller "What Happened to Monday?"
Sarah Jessica Parker's heading to New York and "New Year's Eve," joining New Line's ensemble comedy.
Warner Bros. has tapped 13-year-old Thomas Horn for post 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" opposite Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock with Scott Rudin producing.
Writers from 10 shows airing on Comcast Entertainment's E!, Style, and G4 cablers have voted overwhelmingly to be repped by the Writers Guild of America West in an unofficial secret ballot election…
Golden Globe nominations should provide the biggest boost in box office silver to specialty films "The King's Speech," "The Fighter" and "Black Swan" -- and aid "The Tourist" after a slow start.
Vanguard Films has tapped Mike Johnson, co-director of "Corpse Bride," to helm its CG/stop-motion feature "Oz Wars."
Opposition has started emerging to the tentative deal signed by Hollywood's performers unions, centering on the elimination of first-class air travel and the failure to include motion-capture work in…