Writers Guild of America moves another step closer to possible strike
A strike authorization vote has been approved by WGA leaders as negotiations with the studios look bleak.
Writers Guild of America will ask members to authorize a strike as contract talks falter
Negotiations between the WGA and the studios have taken a turn for the worse.
Netflix will produce four more feature films with Adam Sandler
Happy Madison, the production company of Adam Sandler, will team up with the streaming service on four more films.
'Zootopia' lawsuit claims Disney stole original idea from 'Total Recall' screenwriter
Screenwriter Gary Goldman is accusing Disney of copying his idea for the movie 'Zootopia.'
Looking beyond 'Transformers,' Hasbro wants to create its own Marvel-sized movie universe
Hasbro has numerous movie projects in the works, including a 'G.I. Joe' reboot and 'My Little Pony.'
FX's 'Legion' and Netflix's 'The OA' are relocating production to California
Four TV series will move shooting to California thanks to the state's expanded tax credit program.
Writers Guild of America starts contract talks as streaming pay takes center stage
The atmosphere is tense as the Writers Guild of America sits down with studios and networks to work on a new contract.
In liberal Hollywood, a conservative minority faces backlash in the age of Trump
The entertainment industry is overwhelmingly liberal. Who are the conservatives who comprise its silent minority?
Telemundo actors vote overwhelmingly to join SAG-AFTRA
Performers at the Spanish-language Telemundo have decided to unionize with SAG-AFTRA.
Why L.A. City Hall is such a hot spot for film shoots
Amazon and Netflix have joined the major studios in using L.A. City Hall as a filming location.
Hollywood studios help L.A. with 2024 Olympics bid
Disney, Fox, NBCUniversal and Warner Bros. are helping L.A. with its bid to win the 2024 Summer Games.
Lionsgate wins big at Oscars but A24 conquers with 'Moonlight'
Lionsgate wins big at the Oscars with 'La La Land'
Writers Guild of America prepares for potentially tense contract negotiations with major studios
The WGA will sit down with studios in March to work on a new contract.
Majority of Super Bowl LI commercials were shot in L.A.; 84 Lumber's spot was filmed in Mexico
Buick, Turbo Tax and Tide were among companies that shot Super Bowl spots in L.A. this year
Paramount, Amazon productions qualify for California tax incentive
A major Paramount movie has qualified for the last round of California tax credits.
Emma Watts named vice chairman at 20th Century Fox Film
20th Century Fox promotes Emma Watts to vice chairman
Weinstein Co. sued over release dates for 'The Founder' and 'Gold'
FilmNation sues Weinstein Co. over release dates of 'The Founder' and 'Gold'
SAG-AFTRA will phase out residual checks under new direct deposit system
Actors will say goodbye to paper residual checks under new SAG-AFTRA system
Fox's quarterly earnings lifted by TV, but film revenue declines
Fox missed on revenue for the fiscal second quarter, due to weak film results.
DGA names Russell Hollander as national executive director
Russell Hollander will head the DGA starting May, succeeding Jay Roth
MTV News staff votes to unionize under Writers Guild of America, East
Writers Guild of America, East unionizes staff writers of MTV News
As strike drags on, SAG-AFTRA puts pressure on video game companies
SAG-AFTRA demonstrated in L.A. as part of the union's three-month strike against video-game companies.
MPAA President Chris Dodd joins Hollywood chorus against Trump immigration policy
MPAA Chairman Chris Dodd joins Hollywood chorus of disapproval against President Trump's recent executive order.
Directors Guild of America ratifies new contract boosting streaming residuals
Member of the DGA approved a three-year agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Unionization vote may resolve Telemundo's dispute with SAG-AFTRA
The long-running dispute between Telemundo and SAG-AFTRA over whether actors for the Spanish language broadcaster can unionize could see a conclusion by March.
Former AFTRA Retirement Fund executive charged in $3.4-million fraud case
Netflix sees dramatic subscriber growth in fourth quarter, lifted by overseas expansion
The streaming TV giant Netflix has announced results for its fourth quarter of 2016.
Jay Roth retiring as Directors Guild of America national executive director after 22 years
The DGA will lose Jay Roth, who has served as the union's national executive director for 22 years.
Thomas Tull resigns from Legendary Entertainment as Wanda installs interim CEO
Thomas Tull resigns from Legendary Entertainment
On-location filming in L.A. area rose 6% in 2016, lifted by California tax incentives
L.A. saw a rise in production in 2016, lifted by California tax incentives
Weinstein Co. serves up 'The Founder' amid smaller film slate and shift to TV
The luster of Weinstein Co. has faded in recent years amid a shrinking movie slate and money problems
Former Relativity executive accuses founder of fraud and alleges porn activity in offices
Relativity CEO Ryan Kavanaugh has another problem -- a lawsuit filed by a former Relativity executive
Lionsgate scores with 'La La Land' at the Golden Globes; FX shines in television categories
"La La Land' scores big for Lionsgate at Golden Globes
Directors Guild of America negotiates higher streaming video residuals under new contract
The Directors Guild of America has reached a new three-year contract with film and TV producers.
Hollywood looks to another box office record as movie attendance remains lackluster
Disney once again dominated the box office as Hollywood contends with languishing attendance.
'La La Land' looks beautiful, but gentrification makes it harder for old Hollywood to play itself
'La La Land' looks beautiful but gentrification makes it harder for old Hollywood to play itself
Following a buying spree, movie ticketer Fandango will move to Beverly Hills
Fandango will move its headquarters to Beverly Hills as it deals with an expanded workforce.
Low-wage earners and far-right skeptics united in criticism of Andrew Puzder for Labor secretary
Andrew Puzder isn't a popular choice for labor secretary among labor activists and far-right immigration critics.
Writers Guild of America pickets 'Pawn Stars' production company in Los Angeles in dispute over pay and hours
Reality TV producer Leftfield Entertainment is the target of a growing protest by the Writers Guild of America, East.
Breitbart News prompts more advertisers, including BMW and T-Mobile parent, to yank ads
BMW and Deutsche Telekom are the latest companies to pull their ads from the conservative Breitbart News.
Roman Polanski extradition request rejected by Poland's top court
Poland's top court has rejected the most recent U.S. effort to extradite Roman Polanski in his 1977 statutory rape case.
Netflix spars with 21st Century Fox over allegations it is poaching executives
Fox and Netflix are sparring in court over employment contracts
Breitbart News sees advertisers exit, calls Kellogg's decision 'un-American'
As advertisers like Kellogg's flee, Breitbart News fights back, calling it a war on conservatism
Breitbart News calls Kellogg 'un-American' after cereal maker pulls ads
HBO's 'Ballers' plans to relocate filming to California from Florida
The HBO TV series "Ballers" plans to relocate filming to California from Florida
Breitbart News, fiery conservative outlet buoyed by Trump victory, aims to go global
Founded in Los Angeles, Breitbart News is poised to become one of the most influential conservative media companies in the country.
Inside Breitbart's Westside L.A. headquarters, they've got plans for global expansion
L.A. County saw a 95% drop in porn film permits. With the condom law defeated, the industry looks to make its return
Southern California’s signature and controversial adult entertainment industry may stage a comeback after the defeat of a measure that would have mandated condoms on adult film sets statewide.