Sacha Baron Cohen's "Bruno" is going to be fashionably late.
Legendary Pictures has hired production exec Alex Garcia as senior VP of creative affairs.
Total spending on Sundance films through Sunday appeared to rep a slight uptick from 2008, though there was a notable lack of a marquee deals to set tongues wagging.
"Slumdog Millionaire," the awards season's feel-good favorite, picked up serious momentum Sunday night as it won SAG's top award for ensemble cast.
Despite an 8 a.m. start time, this year's PGA nominees and guild members alike showed up for an early morning spread, sponsored by Daily Variety, Saturday at the Westside Pavilion's Landmark Theaters.
In a setback for health campaigners in the country, an Indian court has reversed a federal ban on showing smoking in film and TV.
A local producer is setting up what he claims is the first 3-D erotic movie.
Screen Actors Guild president Alan Rosenberg has side-stepped any mention of the pitched internal battle over the guild's feature-primetime contract in his address during the SAG Awards.
The stunt performers and coordinators from "The Dark Knight" and "Heroes" have won the Screen Actors Guild's stunt awards.
Stop the infighting, get everyone on the same page and let's get a new contract already -- that was the message sent to SAG leaders by actors working the red carpet and backstage at the SAG Awards on…
It turns out many of 2008's top videogames were not submitted for the WGA's consideration.
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