Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have rejected the majors' take-it-or-leave-it offer, two days after talks on a feature-primetime deal fell apart over the issue of the length of the new deal.
With Hollywood looking on, SAG's national board is considering the congloms' take-it-or-leave-it offer.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. A few items related to all of the hoopla this weekend… Even if "Slumdog Millionaire" doesn't win best picture — it would be the biggest upset since…
France's TF1, one of Europe's biggest broadcast networks, is to rethink its acquisition policy as part of a move to strip e60 million ($75 million) a year from its budget.
Working Title has shuttered its office in Australia, three years after launching with plans to lense up to five pics a year.
The New Mexico Independent reports that Val Kilmer has hired the P.R. and political strategy firm of McMahon, Squier and Associates to handle communications and media as he considers a run for…
"Project Runway" taped its sixth-season finale Friday, but something was missing: the finalists.
Al Franken gave clues to his approach to the Senate if he prevails in the protracted race in Minnesota — which may go on longer than Roland Burris' term. In his first national media interview since…
Confounding expectations that SAG was nearing a deal, the majors and the Screen Actors Guild broke off three days of talks late Thursday with the congloms issuing a take-it-or-leave-it "last, best…
Below-the-line workers opposed to the IATSE contract ratification will demonstrate outside the Spirit Awards on Saturday.
Dave McNary and Sam Thielman report that Hollywood stands to gain from New York's loss. Incentives have dried up in the Empire State just as California's new program is becoming a reality, and shows…