That's right: Moneygrubbing, mendacious, self-interested agents are just the thing to rescue the vfx industry.
It was five years ago at this time that Hollywood first realized it was heading down the road to self-immolation.
With all three major guilds prepping for negotiations on their master contracts, 2013 may be an anxious year for Hollywood as uncertainty pervades the labor landscape.
While some are turning bearish on 3D, Hollywood pros seem to be bullish as ever.
Stan Brooks has warned that he'll file for bankruptcy if members of four Hollywood unions turn down his $242,000 offer to settle alleged nonpayment of $1.6 million for "Sordid Lives: The Series."
Strike TV is getting closer to its close-up. The website devoted to showcasing original works from Hollywood union-repped folks is planning a private beta launch starting Monday. If you're curious…
It's an unscientific survey of three, but it seems telling about the mood of working thesps regarding the Screen Actors Guild contract stalemate. Dennis Hopper, Don Cheadle and Shirley MacLaine, when…
If you dream of becoming a television writer, buff up the resume and click here because applications are now being accepted for the 2009 Writing Fellowship Program run by the Disney-ABC Television…
It was a surreal when-worlds-collide scene during the SAG solidarity rally today held outside the union's headquarters, which are conveniently located across the street from Variety. The rally was…
The significant progress made in the DGA's tentative contract agreement with the majors stands as a hopeful sign that labor peace may soon be at hand. And it's also provides perfect examples of…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media