In a strong endorsement for combining Hollywood's performers unions, Ken Howard has easily won a second two-year term as president of the Screen Actors Guild after spending the past two years pushing…
Mike Hodge has defeated challenger Sam Robards convincingly and retained the presidency of the New York division of the Screen Actors Guild for a two-year term.
Atlas Entertainment has come on board to "Langley High" with Benderspink, two months after the project was announced at Comic-Con.
Locomotive Distribution has launched Firebox as a new distribbing arm for the horror and thriller genres.
The Independent Film & Television Alliance has tapped Paul Hertzberg, president and CEO of CineTel Films, as chairman for a two-year term, replacing Troma topper Lloyd Kaufman.
Tyler Perry is in pre-production on a feature version of his play "The Marriage Counselor" through his deal with Lionsgate, marking the 13th feature project between the multihyphenate and studio.
Outfest will honor director, producer and choreographer Adam Shankman and Lifetime Networks at the institution's annual Legacy Awards.
Affirmative Entertainment is getting into "Pornology" with Melanie Greene and Nicholas Bogner of the management-production company picking up feature rights to Ayn Carrillo Gailey's tome.
Monterey Media has acquired North American rights to family comedy "Reuniting the Rubins" in a deal with Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
Publicity vet Zach Rosenfield has joined entertainment PR and marketing firm Prodigy Public Relations as exec VP of television and sports entertainment.
The Weinstein Co. has picked up North American rights to Paolo Sorrentino's Sean Penn starrer "This Must Be the Place" from producers Lucky Red, Indigo Film and Medusa Film.