Comicbook guru and sci-fi author Neil Gaiman received the John Newbery Medal for his contribution to children's literature for his tome "The Graveyard Book."
Shareholders of an ill-fated Stan Lee venture are seeking more than $750 million in profits from films and other works based on Marvel comic characters such as "Spider-Man," "X-Men" and "Iron Man."
Kristen Johnston ("3rd Rock From the Sun") is in talks to star in Fox's new take on Britcom "Absolutely Fabulous."
The Writers Guild of America has launched a political action committee, soliciting members for $25 or more in the wake of Barack Obama's inauguration.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Andrew Breitbart reports in his Big Hollywood site that Bill Kristol has agreed to debate Matt Damon "at a mutually agreed upon time, date and…
Doug Allen, the lightning rod at the center of the Screen Actors Guild's bitter polarization, has been fired as national exec director and chief negotiator.
According to a new decision, the Chinese government isn't playing by the World Trade Org's rules.
Open warfare has broken out at the Screen Actors Guild over the thwarted attempt to fire national exec director Doug Allen and dissolve the negotiating committee.
In the midst of a media blitz, Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich told "Good Morning America" that he considered appointing Oprah Winfrey to the Senate seat left vacant by Barack Obama's election. He…
By DAVE McNARY The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have officially renewed their bargaining partnership after several years of bitter battles. In a…
Total spending on Sundance films through Sunday appeared to rep a slight uptick from 2008, though there was a notable lack of a marquee deals to set tongues wagging.