A prolonged U.S. writers' strike will benefit European entertainment production giant Endemol.
Writers Guild Of America
Hollywood remained on the edge of its collective seat Monday amid hopes for a possible end to the writers strike.
The Writers Guild of Great Britain is urging members to join a demonstration in central London on Wednesday in support of the U.S. screenwriters strike.
As the WGA strike begins its fourth week, the outcome of Hollywood's first significant labor crisis in 20 years is anything but certain.To read Variety's strike survey, click here
For the first time since they went on strike three weeks ago, showbiz writers will meet today at the bargaining table with their employers.
Pinewood Shepperton has been dealt a hefty blow from the writers strike, which has led a major film to shutter production at the U.K. studios group.
In 1988 many writers used the 22 weeks of the strike to work on novels and plays. Today the action is in writing for the web, videogames and graphic novels.
A writers strike might seem like a perilous time to tubthump a book on screenwriting. Not so, says John Truby.
Across Europe, tension is beginning to build as the continent's largest studios contemplate a season without big-budget American productions to help fill soundstages.
Will there be a holiday gift for striking writers and studios ... or a lump of coal?