Chow Yun-Fat missed a helluva party April 9. The star of MGM's "Bulletproof Monk" stayed home in Hong Kong, heeding travel warnings about SARS, but that didn't stop the Lion from pulling out all the…
Mailboxes and email inboxes of SAG and AFTRA members will fill up next week when the unions launch their pro-merger campaign.
Artisan Pictures and Summit Entertainment have renewed their current international distribution agreement.
"Bulletproof Monk" tells the unbelievable saga of a Tibetan monk passing on the source of all-powerful knowledge to a couple of callow American youth. Not surprisingly based on a comic book series by…
Tobey Maguire, who began shooting "Spider-Man II" for Columbia Pictures on Saturday, will earn $17 million for the role. The Gersh Agency negotiated that deal, but it won't handle the actor's next…
As Warner Bros. prepares to open the Jamie Kennedy pic "Malibu's Most Wanted," the studio has made a deal to turn the Greg Glienna and Pete Schwaba script "Dreamgirl" into another vehicle for the…
Significant opposition to the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger has emerged, portending a potentially bitter fight for the votes of SAG's 98,000 members.
A former Screen Actors Guild exec has sued the Guild, accusing the union of wrongful termination for his opposition to alleged racial discrimination within SAG.
While the Apple intrigue certainly stirs up the Vivendi Universal deal-making stew, it does little to resolve the company's dilemma over what kind of strategy to pursue.
I appreciate Academy president Frank Pierson’s legitimate concerns that that the public might become as “apathetic” to the Oscars as they are to politics (“Nanny Still Needed,” Variety, March…
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have won a partial victory in their case against Hello! magazine.