The Walt Disney Co. has submitted plans to the city of Burbank for a new 10-story building --- with the ABC logo displayed prominently atop.
Directing jobs for minority and women helmers once again showed scant movement at best in 1996, with slight gains for minority helmers and a drop in employment among female directors, according to…
Matt Healy, who penned the recent Scott Free production "In Too Deep," will write the World War II actioner "The Ludendorff Pirates" for Warner Bros.
Writers Guild of America West president Brad Radnitz on Wednesday responded to directors' criticism of writers' efforts to make inroads on creative rights issues, reaffirming his belief that the…
One of the fall season's most promising new entries, NBC's "Veronica's Closet," came together when two ultra-competitive talent agencies agreed to something unusual --- sharing their business.
To promote the mob miniseries "The Last Don," CBS passed out flyers to moviegoers waiting in line at cinemas to see the 25th anniversary rerelease of "The Godfather."
Animation talent continued to enjoy a seller's market in the past year, with rates for union staffers generally rising to record levels, according to an annual survey by the industry's cartoonists…
Candidates are being solidified for the upcoming Writers Guild of America election. Daniel Petrie Jr. and Lynn Roth are expected to run for president to succeed Brad Radnitz, who is not expected to…
Tour drivers and garage mechanics at Universal Studios Hollywood ratified a new contract on Tuesday, approving a new pact that attempts to bring the pay of employees more in parity with each other.
Ivan Sergei, who stars in the upcoming John Woo TV series "Once a Thief," has landed a lead role in the indie feature "The Opposite of Sex."
Jack Shea, a versatile television director who has helmed hundreds of episodes of sitcoms and drama series, was elected president of the Directors Guild of America Saturday.