With pressure mounting to call off SAG's strike authorization, the guild's top exec, Doug Allen, has asserted he's hoping a strike won't occur but that if it does, it won't shut down the industry.
Auditors delivered a "going concern" qualification to the half-year results of Hong Kong- and L.A.-based animation firm Imagi Intl., which last year delivered "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" for…
Fox and Warner Bros. remain at war over "Watchmen," with Warners proclaiming it's not moving off its March 6 release date.
The Los Angeles Times' Tina Daunt has created a list of ten moments to remember from 2008 when celebrity and politics merged, often in unexpected ways. Included: Paris Hilton's response to McCain's…
A proposed Internet filter dubbed the "Great Aussie Firewall" is promising to make Australia one of the strictest Internet regulators among democratic countries.
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. I'm back from a week in Minneapolis for the Christmas holiday, and there's a few items on the docket as 2008 winds to a close. Shepard…
Hong Kong's Telecommunications Authority has given its consent to privatization plans laid out by local telco giant PCCW.
France's Carrere Group, one of its biggest TV producers, has sought "redressement judiciare," Gaul's version of a Chapter 11 filing.
A $100 million lawsuit by former Simon & Schuster chief exec Dick Snyder over Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s acquisition of Warner Music has been dismissed.
Warner Bros. will have to scramble to settle with 20th Century Fox if it still wants to release "Watchmen" on March 6.
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