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The biz is breathing a little easier now that SAG is on the verge of finalizing a film and TV contract with the majors.
The actors' feature-primetime contract passed a major hurdle Sunday as it was OK'd by a sharply split SAG national board, 53.4% to 46.6%.
A federal grand jury on Friday indicted helmer John McTiernan, who had withdrawn a guilty plea to a charge of lying to federal agents investigating a celebrity wiretapping case.
Twentieth Century Fox is set to close down Fox Atomic, the production label started by Peter Rice in 2007 to generate comedy and genre films.
On the heels of SAG's toppers reaching a tentative feature-primetime deal, SAG and AFTRA's elected leaders have unanimously endorsed a new three-year commercials pact.
The key events that led to SAG's drawn-out drama over a new feature-primetime contract include: