Taking the temperature of thesps on the SAG Awards red carpet, actors are definitely fired up about the prospect of a merger of SAG and AFTRA.
Fandango Portobello has kicked off world sales on Italo multihyphenate Gianni Di Gregorio's bittersweet laffer "Gianni e le donne" ("The Salt of Life"), a follow-up to his cult hit "Mid-August…
More than any other president, Barack Obama has exploited late-night TV, as the nation's first commander in chief to pay in-studio visits to "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Late Show with David…
With protests erupting in Egypt, today C-SPAN's series "The Communicators" features an interview with Ambassador Philip Verveer, who serves as the coordinator for international communications and…
This week we saw Egypt erupt, while their government targeted journalists trying to cover the story. George Clooney's eye-in-the-sky over Sudan produced some disconcerting images. More than 400…
The riveting footage coming out of Cairo and other Egyptian cities this morning has been all the more extraordinary given that there has been a coordinated government cutoff of social media…
With Hollywood actors facing wrenching changes, Screen Actors Guild president Ken Howard's asserts that his key goal is to help SAG's 120,000 members react effectively.
Marcia Smith, the longtime exec director of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, has resigned.
A followup to my posts on George Clooney and the Satellite Sentinel Project, which he co-founded and is being funded primarily by Not On Our Watch. The project says that the Sudan army has…
Screen Actors Guild has launched an online search tool for members to track foreign royalties that the guild has collected on their behalf.
Politico's Brooks Boliek, who was the longtime D.C. bureau chief for the Hollywood Reporter, writes that the MPAA's "luster has faded over the years as it finds itself in an identity crisis." He…