The Teamsters union -- representing more than 4,000 Hollywood drivers, location managers and scouts, casting directors and animal wranglers -- is giving the WGA's strike plans a major boost with a…
Writers Guild Of America
With the town obsessing about a looming writers strike, the WGA's receiving plenty of static about its strike rules -- especially when it comes to showrunners.
With a writers strike looming, the federal government's stepping in to mediate negotiations between the WGA and the companies after three months of unproductive bargaining.
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With time running out to stop a writers strike, studios and networks have tried jumpstarting stalled contract talks with a streamlined proposal -- and gotten slapped back by the WGA, whose toppers…
The Screen Actors Guild has told its members to back the WGA if writers go on strike -- but only on the picket line.
Despite its rhetoric to the contrary, the WGA is quietly pulling the plug on the notion of getting reality shows under its jurisdiction.
With a possible writers strike becoming more likely, neither side is budging.
The WGA clearly wants to send a signal. The guild has formulated strike rules that would impose an exceptionally aggressive stance on its 12,000 members.
Even as the winter holidays loom, Hollywood's facing 2007 with an unmistakably grim directive: Start stockpiling. The town's coming down with a fresh, infectious case of strike-itus.
Hollywood scribes, showing a preference for both populism and offbeat structure, tapped Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" for the WGA award for original screenplay and David Hare's "The Hours"…