Weta Digital, the New Zealand vfx shop working on James Cameron "Avatar" and Steven Spielberg's "Tintin," is launching a working group aimed at bringing advanced computer graphics research together…
Elected leaders of the Screen Actors Guild may take a stand against the closure of the Motion Picture and Television Fund's nursing home and hospital.
The WGA's efforts to settle a 2005 class-action suit over foreign levies appear to be back on track.
President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his…
Richard B. Kendall, Laura W. Brill and Robert N. Klieger, entertainment litigators whose corporate clients include CBS and Viacom, have left Irell & Manella to form Kendall Brill & Klieger.
Dustin Lance Black, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Milk," said he's optimistic about the chances of California declaring May 22 as Harvey Milk Day. After he testified on Wednesday before the…
Broadcaster CanWest Global Communications, teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, was given Wednesday yet another two-week extension on its debt repayment deadline.
News Corp.'s earnings report for the quarter ended March 31 was decidedly mixed, but Rupert Murdoch came out swinging with an upbeat biz forecast for analysts and reporters during Wednesday's…
If you want to get completely depressed, take a look at C-SPAN.com which is streaming Sen. John Kerry's hearing on the future of newspapers. Calling the profession a "brave new world," Kerry is now…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Quick update: There will be no California state Supreme Court ruling on Proposition 8 tomorrow, as had been rumored. The Golden State's…