Despite pressure from studios and nets, SAG has refused to back down from plans for expanding contract enforcement to locations outside the U.S. this week.
Announcing its awards for New York's 2001-02 theater season, the Outer Critics Circle gave its top honors to Edward Albee's "The Goat" and Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann's "Urinetown," naming them best…
Season leaders NBC and CBS are off and running in the May sweeps, but downtrodden ABC has a spring in its step, too, thanks to a potent perf from the finale of Thursday's "The Bachelor."
Longtime SAG exec Clinta Dayton, who was at the center of the guild's election disputes, has announced she plans to retire next year after 35 years at SAG.
In an opinion piece published in the New York Post Sunday, Miramax topper Harvey Weinstein struck back at certain journalists who, he claims, exaggerated the arguments that he and "Gangs of New York"…
High drama at Vivendi Universal was tinged with absurdity Friday as the company announced that the electronic voting system used by shareholders at Wednesday's raucous annual meeting had…
Bill Cosby will make a special Carnegie Hall appearance during the 2002 Toyota Comedy Festival, which runs June 11-15 in Gotham.
Thesp Sydney Tamiia Poitier ("First Years") has been tapped to play the title role in the UPN sitcom pilot "Abby Newton," while Sean O'Bryan ("Big Fat Liar") will star as her love interest.
Docu filmmaker William Gazecki, known for his Oscar-nominated work on "Waco: The Rules of Engagement," has launched the production shingle OpenEdge Media.
Class is back in session next year for David E. Kelley's "Boston Public," which has landed a full-season order from Fox.
Cowboy Pictures and Janus Films will jointly re-release a new print, with new subtitles, of Akira Kurosawa's classic "The Seven Samurai."