SAG-AFTRA has kept former SAG president Alan Rosenberg off their first election ballot due to a mistake in his residency classification.
Annette Funicello, who first gained fame as a 12-year-old Mousekeeter on Disney's "The Mickey Mouse Club" in the 1950s and then starred opposite Frankie Avalon in a series of musical beach party…
China's broadcasting watchdog has introduced a raft of new guidelines for pubcasters which ban remakes and adaptations from online games, and cut back on humor and family spats in TV skeins.
Each year a different theme drives discussions at Giffoni, and this year, "Happiness" has been chosen in an attempt to reaffirm to young people that it can exist even in tough times, just as the…
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Documentarian Jarred Alterman emphasizes oddball lyricism in the one-of-a-kind "Convento," in which a 400-year-old Portuguese monastery provides the canvas for a Dutch family's artistic…
With SAG heading back into feature-primetime negotiations next week without Allen, the twice-ousted guild topper has blasted those who fired him as part of an impassioned defense of president Alan…
Doug Allen, the lightning rod at the center of the Screen Actors Guild's bitter polarization, has been fired as national exec director and chief negotiator.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg has announced that not one of the more than 70 actors nominated for a Golden Globe will attend the Jan. 13 ceremonies because of the WGA's plans to picket the event.
As the vanity film reenactment of a vanity legit venture, "Frankie and Johnny Are Married" sets the bar for unnecessary self-absorption in the mistaken cause of Art. Alas, that doesn't make actually…
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