Contract talks between showbiz writers and employers will resume Sept. 19 -- two months after an acrimonious initial round of bargaining.
The Writers Guild of America has blasted the producers of "Kid Nation" over what it alleged were "deplorable" conditions for the crew on the New Mexico production -- even though WGA members weren't…
Ziyi Zhang is in talks to star in "Waiting," based on Ha Jin's National Book Award-winning novel.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. In an interview with The Politico, Fred Thompson tries to soften expectations of his fund-raising in the current quarter. "I imagine we will fall…
Bruce Cutler, the often-absent lead defense lawyer in Phil Spector's murder trial, announced at the 11th hour Monday that he is leaving the team. And, the music producer said outside court he decided…
Coming amid contract negotiations with the studios and networks, the upcoming WGA West election might, ironically, be light on controversy -- a sharp contrast vs. two years ago, when current…
Amid escalating worries about a possible actors strike next year, SAG president Alan Rosenberg has kicked his re-election campaign into high gear.
Two agents at Santa Monica-based Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency sued the firm Monday, alleging they were forced to sign "illegal and unconscionable" employment contracts.
With no fanfare, SAG's been taking a few small steps toward re-regulating Hollywood agents.
Matt LeBlanc's former manager is suing the actor for allegedly failing to pay commissions due her for the past seven years.
One of D.C.'s rituals holds that bad political news gets dumped quietly on a Friday afternoon to minimize media coverage and good news is touted on Monday mornings to maximize same.