The exodus of Hollywood awards ceremonies from the Century Plaza has continued, thanks to the hotel management's involvement in a labor dispute.
Lionsgate shareholders opted for management's candidates for its 12-member board by a solid margin over five dissident candidates backed by Carl Icahn.
George Clooney's come on board opposite Sandra Bullock for Alfonso Cuaron's 3D space station thriller "Gravity" for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures.
"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.