The Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, has waded in on the actors' unions threatened "Hobbit" boycott in an attempt to keep his country's status as Middle Earth.
New Line, Warner Bros. and MGM are hitting back at actors unions for their boycott of "The Hobbit," disputing allegations that New Zealand actors are being treated unfairly.
Australia's actors have enlisted the support of their sister guilds in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. in an escalating dispute with producers about overseas-commissioned TV commercials shot locally.
An 18-month dispute between Australian actors and producers was settled Thursday at a meeting of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission after thesps dropped a demand for an 8.33% cut of a…
Showing a rare unified front, leaders of the oft-fractious Screen Actors Guild have launched their groundbreaking change in rules for members working overseas.
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