Sissy Spacek has been nommed for Globes only twice in the past 20 years -- for feature films "In the Bedroom" and "Crimes of the Heart" -- and she's won both times.
Talk about a long absence. Ernest Borgnine is back on the Golden Globes list for the first time after winning for the 1955 pic "Marty."
It's hard to make sense of this catch-all category where some thesps are supporting players over a 22- or 13-episode run while others have a vital but small role in a two-hour movie.
Fox 2000 has added Alan Arkin to the cast of "Marley & Me" and has set a spring start date.
British author Danny King's latest novel "School for Scumbags" has been optioned for feature development by producer David Matalon.
Director Paul Greengrass has set Amy Ryan and Greg Kinnear to star alongside Matt Damon in the untitled Iraq war thriller that begins shooting today in Spain for Universal Pictures.
China Film Group's planned stock market listing is unlikely to happen before the Chinese New Year on Feb. 7.
With studios starting to drop the ax on staffers in order to cut costs during the strike, development deals with producers may not be far behind.